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Published by: Pamela Swarts on Mar 07, 2012
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This tutorial explains how to create a bokeh underwaterlight bubbles effect using Photoshop.
This will include blending colours using hue and saturation and creating a really cool custom brush.
Create a new document in Photoshop with
740
×
480 pixels
screen resolution 72 dpi. Fill the background layer with a very dark grey, not black. If you fill it with black the effect won’t work. The color I used was
#262626
Select the
Ellipse Tool (U)
, and create a circle. Use black for the color, and go to
Layer>Layer Style>Blending Options
. Changethe
Fill Opacity to 50%.
After that select
Stroke
. Use
10 pixels for the size, Inside for the Position and Black for the color.
Select the ellipse and go to
Edit>Define Brush.
Name your brush and that’s done. Now we have a new brush.
 
Go to
Window>Brushes .
The first thing to do in the
Brush Engine
is to select our new Brush. The size won’t matter because youwill change that when you use it. The
Spacing
, however, is very important. Chage the value to
100%
. After that, select the
ShapeDynamics, then Scattering and Other dynamics
. For the values use the image below.

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