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    Alien Embryo
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    In this tutorial we will create an abstract cosmic alien embryo looking mass.
    These are great for desktop backgrounds, or for banner/sig backgrounds. I also have used portions of these in tech headers. After doing this tutorial you should pick up several fundamental photoshop creation techniques.
    Step 1.)
    start with a new document that is 700 x 700 and fill the background with #000000 (black) and CREATE A NEW LAYER.

    Step 2.)
    with #ffffff (white) as your foreground color, select the brush tool and apply these settings:
    Select the soft brush, with a size of 27 pixels.

    Step 3.)
    draw three squiggly lines like so, kind of like a tree.. give it a wide base.

    Step 4.)
    change the size of the brush from 27 to 12.

    Step 5.)
    draw on the ends of the three lines with the smaller brush like so:

    Step 6.)
    next drop the size of the brush from 12 down to 5

    Step 7.)
    with the smaller brush, go ahead and draw smaller lines stemming out from random spots on the image.

    Step 8.)
    go to "filter->stylize->emboss" and apply these settings

    Step 9.)
    next go to "filter->sketch->bas relief" and apply these settings

    Step 10.)
    go to: "filter->distort->shear" and apply a curve similar to this:

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