www.PhotoshopTower.com
Return Home Tutorials About Us Services we offer Contact Us Affiliates Site Search
Hot Extras
Tutorial Spotlight:
User Submitted Tutorial! Learn how to create an awesome Force Lightning Effect to can easily be added to your images, and creations! Very Cool! read more...
Join our Mailing List to receive:
  • Site Updates
  • Photoshop Tutorials
  • Webmaster Tips
  • Hot Site Reviews
  • & much more...

  • Mailing List: Privacy Policy


    Affiliates
    Your Link Here

    www.VidPit.com: Funny, Cool & Sexy videos!



    titaniumWG.com .::. SMF Skins | Invision Forum Skins | Free MP3 Ringtones







    Link to us
    ( Link to PhotoshopTower.com )



    wholesale computers

    PhotoshopForce.com - Photoshop Tutorials

    Site By: Coastal Web Innovations

    Some web hosting solutions you can find yourself on WHG and a list of
    web hosting companies.
    Easy Apophysis


    This tutorial will explian how to create a great Apophysis effect that works great for banner and sig backgrounds, with out having to download any additional software.
    Page 1 of 1

    Step 1.)
    Start with a new document that is 500x500 and fill it with black (#000000)



    Step 2.)
    Go to "filter-render-lensflare" and apply these settings:




    Step 3.)
    Next apply a smaller lensflare, using these settings:




    Step 4.)
    Apply one more lens flare with the same settings, here's what you should have so far:




    Step 5.)
    Next go to: "Filter->styilize->find edges".




    Step 6.)
    Then press CNTRL + I to invert the colors




    Step 7.)
    Next press CNTRL + U and apply these settings.
    NOTE: make sure 'colorize' is checked


    here's the result so far:




    Step 8.)
    Next go to: filter->distor->wave and apply these settings:




    Step 9.)
    Right click on this layer, and select "duplicate layer" and change the blending option to "screen".



    Step 10.)
    Go to: edit->transform->flip vertically




    Step 11.)
    Press CNTRL + E to merge these two layers. and go to:
    image->apply image
    and use these settings:


    this should lighten up the highlights a bit.
    here's what l finished up with:





    Home | Tutorials | About Us | Services | Contact Us | Affiliates | Search | SM | Top^