Step 1: DRAWING THE MOON!
Note: To draw a perfect circle, press shift while selecting.
Hit "x" key to change foreground to background color and set foreground color to #F0FAFF. Then fill selection on the current new layer with this color. To draw the moon's surface, select Filter > Artistic > Sponge and adjust the following settings to the image
Note: You can set your own values if you chose diferent sizes. Moreover you should try to set your own values because with this filter you may get different results with the same values. Just try to reapply this filter until you get the proper result. After applying this filter you can Undo [Ctrl+Z] this action and then press [Ctrl+F] to select last used filter once again.
Step 2: Make the Moon Look Hapier.
Step 3: More Mooning.
add some blur by going to filter> blur> blur more
then set the layerstyle to these settings
Step 4: Time for the SEA!!!1
then go to filter> render> fibers
and click randomise a few times until you get something like this
Step 5: Roatation
then move the fibers until yours looks something like this
Step 6: Make the Sea Look Realer
Change the blending mode of the sea layer to Overlay and press the Add Vector Mask button:
Select the Gradient Tool and fill the layer from the center of "water" to the top as shown in the image
Step 7: Next Up.. STARS!!!1
After pressing the Add Vector Mask button, choose the Gradient Tool and fill from the top to the bottom of current stars layer the same as we did with sea layer but in the opposite direction. Drag the layer to change its order next to the background layer under all other our layers and here are the stars!
Step 8: Drawing the Moon Beeemz
Step 9: Make the Light Softer
Step 10: Reflection
Step 11: Filter
use these settings
Step 12: Stretching It Out
Step 13: Bluring
and use these settings
Step 14: Smoother
filter> blur> gaussian blur
use theses settingseses
Step 15: YOUR FINISHED!
vote for me and i wont eat you.
(not that i'll eat you anyways)
if you make this then dont forget to show me how you did!
your should look something like this: