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    In this tutorial you will learn how to create an effect that is known as a Disco Wireframe. This works great as a desktop, signature, or header background. The stops to complete this effect are very easy to understand, even so the final result looks fantastic.

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    Step 1.)
    Open a new document in photoshop of any size, l am using a 400x400 document for this tutorial.

    Get out the custom shape tool ()

    Set the custom shape tool up as l've done here:
    Make sure the "Shape Layers" option is checked

    Now select the 'arrow 6' from the shape menu:

    Go ahead and draw this custom shape near the center of the canvas as l've done here:

    Now select the arrow path using the path selection tool ().

    Press CTRL + J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer.

    Go to Edit->Transform Path->Flip Horizontally.

    Step 2.)
    Select both of the paths, by holding the SHIFT key on your keyboard, and clicking each layer. Press CTRL+ J on your keyboard to duplicate.

    Press CTRL + T on your keyboard, Right-Click anywhere on the canvas, and choose "Rotate 90".

    Step 3.)
    Select all of the paths, and click "Exclude Overlapping Shape Areas" from the top tool bar:


    Step 4.)
    Double click this layer, and apply the following blending options:
    Bevel & Emboss:



    Step 5.)
    Duplicate this layer several times by pressing CTRL + J on your keyboard, and position the images similar to what l've done here:

    Step 6.)
    Fill the background with black as l've done here:

    Step 7.)
    Select and merge your shape layers by holding SHIFT and clicking on each layer. Now merge these layers by pressing CTRL + E on your keyboard.

    Press CTRL + U On your keyboard and apply the following settings:
    Note: Make sure "Colorize" is checked


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