So I was talking about spherical and polar panoramas however I think that you might not know what they are, so I will tell you a little bit about them. First off, spherical panoramas look like you are on the ground looking up and seeing the world around you. Also, when you have your finished polar panorama it looks like you are in space and looking at the world in a little ball. Aside form finishing appearances, how they look when there done, there are also some differences in the making. This is the part when you distinguish whether or not you are looking down or up on the world. So when you are in Photoshop and you are making your polar panorama you flip it upside down - 180 degrees - unlike when you are making your spherical panorama you just leave it right side up. And those are some differences about spherical and polar panoramas.
Our little tiny worlds are pretty convincing because we used a lot of different Photo Shop tools to create a realistic piece of art. Some of the tools we used was the stamp tool. We used the stamp tool to make the line that connected either end of the panorama disappear. We have to Make that line disappear so that it will look more complete and look like it is meant to be together, and it looks more realistic that way. So, the stamp tool takes a lot of patience and to me that is the hardest part. What makes it hard is that on one end of the panorama is grass and the other end is a house, it wont connect. So the strategy that you have to use to place everything in the right place that makes sense is really hard. And that is a little bit about the tools that we used to make our tiny worlds realistic.