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. As with pretty much every tutorial I've ever written, we begin with a radial gradient. This one is pretty harsh and goes from a reddish brown color to black. Here are the exact color codes: Foreground color - #922f00 Background color - #000000 In this tutorial, we actually need a pretty intense center, so what we'll do is duplicate the layer we just made and set the one above to a blending mode of Color Dodge. Now in our glow effect, it helps to have a nice textured background. Then go to Filter > Render > Clouds. Now set the opacity of your layer to Overlay and 30% transparency.
So go to Filter > Sketch > Chrome and use default settings of 4 and 7 for detail and smoothness respectively. In fact all we want to achieve are some nice curves. Photoshop : bouton lumineux. 28 Powerful Photoshop Lighting Effects. There is something about beautiful lights that can mesmerize an audience.
Take a fireworks show for example. It’s been around for thousands of years, yet still has the power to put looks of amazement on faces of all ages. That’s why lighting effects make such powerful design elements. They are a great way to grab the attention of your audience and leave a lasting impression. Below is a collection of the best Photoshop tutorials for creating powerful lighting effects. Amazing Photoshop Light Effect In 10 Steps A smokey light effect complete with glowing particles. Fire Lines Tutorial This tutorial teaches you how to create stylish fire lines in only 10 steps. Luminescent Lines Iron Man View Interface Effect In Photoshop This is very close to the amazing effects seen in the movie.
Luminescent Lines Advanced Glow Effects A Cool Lighting Effect In Photoshop End of the World Photo Manipulation Creating Smoke A popular effect explained very well. Design a Coldplay/Apple Inspired Portrait in Photoshop. Creating Smoke In Photoshop From Scratch (Noscope) As a fan of interface design, operating systems — Android, iOS, Windows — have always been a tremendous point of fascination for me. We spend hours in them every day, whether cognizant about that fact or not. And so any paradigm shifts in this field intrigue me to no end. One such paradigm shift that appears to be happening, is the phasing out of the desktop metaphor, the screen you put a wallpaper and shortcuts on. Windows 8 was Microsofts bold attempt to phase out the desktop. Instead of the traditional desktop being the bottom of it all — the screen that was beneath all of your apps which you would get to if you closed or minimized them — there’s now the Start screen, a colorful bunch of tiles.
Apple created iOS without a desktop. For the longest time, Android seems to have tried to do the best of both worlds. Microsoft and Apple both appear to consider the desktop (and file-management as a subset) an interface relic to be phased out. The more recent leak suggests just that.