Abstract Effect Photoshop Tutorials

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    Seriously Cool Photoshop Explosion Effect

    Explosions are cool. Seriously cool. So when I received some e-mails asking about how to create a break-apart, explosion effect, I knew it'd be worth making a tutorial on. Read on to find out how to break apart a body, then add some awesome lighting and glow, and nopattern style, to finish the image off. ... Read More

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    Windows Vista Aurora Effect Photoshop Tutorial

    If youre a Windows Vista user, youre probably familiar the eye catching graphics shown off on the box, and in some of their wallpapers/screensavers. In this tutorial, Im going to show you how to create that effect yourself. This Vista Lighting Effect, sometimes referred to as the Aurora Effect, can really transform an ordinary wallpaper to something ex ... Read More

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    Advanced Glow Effects

    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 up some tips you didn't know before. ... Read More

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    Reader Request: MSNBC Style Effect

    In this tutorial, I will create an effect like the one in the header of the MSNBC.com website. This effect is a reader's-request tutorial. If you have an effect you want to know how to achieve, just let us know in the comments and we will try to write a tutorial about it. ... Read More

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    How to Create Brilliant Light Streaks in Photoshop

    Lighting effects have become quite popular, and are an effective way to add bright eye catching details to a photo or illustration. In this tutorial, you will learn a simple technique for creating brilliant light streaks which can be used in different ways to add motion and brightness to your designs. ... Read More

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    Create cool neon effects

    Whether its the speeded-up glow of car headlights in a night-time city scene, an alien spacecraft or a deep-sea jellyfish youre recreating, this far-out neon look is a highly useful trick to master. It conveys a sense of movement and energy, and the colours can be tweaked to give a surprising range of effects. In this tutorial, Tony Ariawan provides a s ... Read More

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    Space Lighting Effect in 10 Steps

    Abduzeedo means abducted in portuguese, the spelling is not exactly that, it should be abduzido. But the whole idea for the Abduzeedo's design is the space. I'm really fan of playing with this subject because we are sort of free to create whatever we want, and using Photoshop that really means everything. So in this Photoshop tutorial I will sh ... Read More

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    Creating an Abstract 3D Design

    Abstract 3D objects is something that we are seeing more and more in graphic design so I thought it would be good to learn how to create a cool looking design using an abstract render and let you see how simple it is to create a full piece of art in this way. Ill be using lots of simple techniques so anyone should be able to follow it. ... Read More

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    Luminescent Lines

    Here we will create some thin flowing lines that look as if they emit light. This technique is fairly simple and is a great way to create an abstract wallpaper or looks good integrated into another image. This tutorial will mainly explore the brush engine and you will also learn how to create custom brushes and use them effectively, combined with some intere ... Read More

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    Awesome digital bokeh effect in Photoshop

    Our last Wallpaper of the Week was an image I had created using Pixelmator, and I really liked the outcome. The best part about it was that it was pretty easy to accomplish in Pixelmator, but I decided for perspective's sake to create the same effect in Photoshop. The process is easy as well, but with a few extra steps. ... Read More