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advanced glow effects - psd

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Advanced Glow Effects
Sep 15th inEffectsbyCollis
In this tutorial, we're going to create some really sharp-looking glow effects using a combination of layer styles, the Pen Tool and Color Blending. The end effect is quite stunning and hopefully you'll pick upsome tips you didn't know before.
Hello! I started PSDTUTS because years ago reading Photoshop tutorials was how I got into design. Ihope the site helps and inspires others! You can find me onTwitter!
Step 1:
As with pretty much every tutorial I've ever written, we begin with a radial gradient. This one is prettyharsh and goes from a reddish brown color to black. Here are the exact color codes:Foreground color - #922f00Background color - #000000
Advanced Glow Effects - PSDTUTShttp://psdtuts.com/tutorials/tutorials-effects/advanced-glow-effects/1 of 171/11/2009 1:16 AM
Step 2:
In this tutorial, we actually need a pretty intense center, so what we'll do is duplicate the layer we justmade and set the one above to a blending mode of Color Dodge. There are a few types of blending modes,darkening ones, lightening ones, colorizing ones and inverting ones. Color Dodge is probably the strongestof the lightening ones. As you can see in the screenshot, it produces a pretty full-on center.
Advanced Glow Effects - PSDTUTShttp://psdtuts.com/tutorials/tutorials-effects/advanced-glow-effects/2 of 171/11/2009 1:16 AM
Step 3:
 Now in our glow effect, it helps to have a nice textured background. So we are going to create a sort of smoky haze. To do this, create a new layer, then make sure you have white, #ffffff, and black, #000000,selected as your background and foreground colors.Then go to Filter > Render > Clouds. This will give you the same random cloud pattern as above.
Advanced Glow Effects - PSDTUTShttp://psdtuts.com/tutorials/tutorials-effects/advanced-glow-effects/3 of 171/11/2009 1:16 AM

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