Fantastic layering! so the groundplane is one layer, the star bkground is post PS, and the spheres, the ground fractal wraped around spheres in UF or PS? and then manually placed(quite nicely in the center of the swirls) and shrunken to assorted sizes? And the lightsource refl on sphs.. PS? You should be doing tutorials
Yeah its been horendous. Im just 5 minutes from Gloucester on a hill so we have been lucky. But my inlaws are in Cheltenham and have family from the US over and they are without water so we have been taking bottles of it to them and doing their washing. Our neighbouring village lost its water last night and we have had a water tank left here in the village by the water company even though we do have water.
My other half has just rung me from work to say that he has just heard a severe weather warning for us again from about 6pm tonight 12 hours of solid heavy rain again. Those poor people along those rivers have only just had the water receed from last weekends flood and its gonna happen again.
We need those big drain gullys that they have in the US in the towns they will stop this from happening ever again.
You're in the Cotswolds area! When I was in England last spring, that's just where I went with Gill, which is one of the reasons why she sent the pics to me: the places were familiar to me from my visit. I was amazed at the water levels.
You've been through so much and I'm more than sorry that there are going to be even more storms. I think you're getting both your share and our share of rain: I live in Minneapolis and we're in a drought right now.
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yes - it was. The layering in UF came easy as I had the experience in Photoshop so it made sense. I had a bit of practice playing with scrappy bits and then and the little diddly marbles seemed to be easy as it was the one big one, shrunk and copied. Placing them was the hardest part . I havent done anything like it since - Thanks for the on it. Very much appreciated
Thank you Brian - you'll never believe this was my first proper bash for a UF piece. I've actually got stacks of other stuff that I've been inspired to dust off the cobwebs and see what I can do with them,