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1. New file, goto the scroll menu and select flash, or make it 550x400 <br/> 2. Press "D" to go back to default colors, fill layer with white (ctrl+Backspace) <br/> 3. Time to add a moon, goto Filter, Render, Lighting effects, and use something around these settings.
1. Get a picture of an Eye. This ones pretty nice.
2. Take Your Eliptical Marquee Tool. And select the Pupil of the eye. Right click and select Copy. Then right click it again, and copy it again.
1. Open Your Eye Image. <br/> 2. Use The Patch tool to take out the black part of the Pupil.(To do this with the patch tool, draw around the center part of the pupil, then drag it to a different part of the pupil. Do this until the black center is completely gone. Finished Pupil: 3. No...
1. New Document (500x500) Fill it with Black. And position two lens flares in the following positions (Filter > Render > Lens Flare) (Use default lens flare settings)
2. Now, go "Filter > Sketch > Chrome" (Detail: 10 | Smoothness: 4)
3. Now, press "Ctrl+I" to invert the colors.
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This super Photoshop tutorial is a good way to learn an excellent graphic creation process. The author has outlined the tutorial so that with six steps you will complete the project. The screenshots and illustrations make it eas......
1. Start a new image whatever size you want background colour transparent, I used 800x600, then hit D to change colours to black and white.
2. Go to Filter--> Render--> Clouds.
3. Then go to Filter--> Pixelate--> Mosaic
1. Open a new document of any size and fill it with black, then place some random Lens Flares on the same Layer (Filters->Render->Lens Flare)
2. Apply Filter->Sketch->Chrome an use Detailes=3 and Smoothness=10
Create a new document in photoshop around size 400 x 400 Pixels.
use the Paint Bucket tool to fill the entire canvas black.
Now, go to Filter > Render > Lens Flare, and create a 50-300mm
1. Open Your Eye Image.
2. Use The Patch tool to take out the black part of the Pupil.(To do this with the patch tool, draw around the center part of the pupil, then drag it to a different part of the pupil. Do this until the black center is completely gone.
1. New Document (500x500 Pixels)
2. Now go "Filter > Render > Clouds"
3. "Filter > Render > Difference Clouds" press "Ctrl+F" to repeat the effect, until you get something that resembles the picture below.