By holding down "shift" while I use the
lasso, I am able to continue to add more
beams. Try not to get the beams to
large, or they will not be believable.
I then select the gradient tool. I selected a light
blue for my color, and I have the gradient set to
fade from my foreground color (the light blue) to
nothing. This will allow the rays to be brighter
near their source (the moon) and fade off into
nothingness. I also set the gradient to be a radial
(circular) one instead of a linear one due to the
fact that the moon is round, and it's light will
radiate around it.
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