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  • Bursting Glorious Light?? HOW....

    Im dying to know how these effects are created. i have a very thin concept of what is involved, but could use some help.

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    Look at these two tutorials...both were done by Chuck Anderson, the same guy who you linked to.

    http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutori...ther_dimension

    http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutori...ing_with_light

    In short, most of it's on layers with a layer style of outer glow and you use brushes to create those shapes, many times custom brushes with lots of dots to simulate a "firefly cluster" effect.
    Last edited by reuber1; 09-29-2006, 04:28 PM.

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      thank you. ill will try them tonight!

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        oooooohhhhhhhhhh interesting...!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by reuber1

          http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutori...ing_with_light

          In short, most of it's on layers with a layer style of outer glow and you use brushes to create those shapes, many times custom brushes with lots of dots to simulate a "firefly cluster" effect.
          This one is interesting. The original photograph referenced is sort of like one my ex-girlfriend had taken of her, where she she is writing her name in the air with some kind of sparkler, and the photographer used a delay-time to capture the entire name. It looked pretty cool. Of course, my first thought was, 'that would've been easy to do in Photoshop'.
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