Divine Light Background Effect

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Creating a divine light background effect


Start by select brush tool. Enable the default chalk 60 pixels brush settings.
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Apply some strokes of this brush in a new layer.
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Change brush mode to vivid light.
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Apply the strokes with different colors.
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From filter menu select sketch>>photocopy.
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Press Ctrl+I to invert the colors.
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Press Ctrl+U to open hue/saturation window. Apply settings as shown.
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Press Ctrl+T. Right click the layer and select warp. Select rise from the preset warp
styles at the top bar.
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Press Ctrl+T and scale down.
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Duplicate layer. Press Ctrl+T. Right click the layer and select flip horizontal. Place
as shown in the image.
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Duplicate layer. Press Ctrl+T. Right click the layer and select flip vertical. Place as
shown in the image.
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Select all the layer and duplicate the layers. Press Ctrl+T. Right click the layer and
select flip horizontal.
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Select and merge all the layers. From filter menu select artistic>>plastic warp.
Apply settings as shown.
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Press Ctrl+U to open hue/saturation window. Apply settings as shown.
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