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Digital Darkness

This tutorial will explain how to create an effect that l like to call "Digital Darkness" It's a very nice graphic effect that can be applied to all sorts of things, such as signatures, desktop wallpapers, banner and header designs. The end result resembles a digital circuit board that truly looks fantastic.


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Step # 9
Now go to Filter->Stylize->Extrude and apply the following settings:


Result:





Step # 10
Press CTRL + U on your keyboard to bring up the color balance tool, and apply the following settings:


Result:





Step # 11
Press CTRL + J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer.
Change the new duplicate layers blending option to "overlay", and drop the opacity of this layer down to 45 percent:


Merge these two layers by pressing CTRL + E.

This should bring out the colors a little bit more.




Step # 12
Press CTRL + J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer. Click on the middle layer (the one we just duplicated) to select it:


Now go to Filter->Blur-Motion Blur, and apply the following settings:


You can drop the opacity of this layer down to around 60 percent to give it a little more of a blended effect.

Result:





Step # 13
Click the topmost layer, and press CTRL + J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer once again. Now select the

Click on the layer directly below our duplicate layer to select it:


Go to Filter->Blur->Motion Blur, and apply the following settings:


Drop the opacity of this layer down to around 75 percent.

Result:





Step # 14
Now select the topmost layer (the one that hasn't been blurred at all) and go to: Filter->Sharpen->Sharpen.

Press CTRL + F on your keyboard to repeat this process.

Result:





Step # 15
Press CTRL + E on your keyboard twice to merge the top three layers together.

Now press CTRL + J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer.

Change the blending mode to "screen" and drop the opacity of this layer down to 90 percent:



Now press 'V' on your keyboard to get out the move tool, and position this duplication near the top right corner of the canvas:






Step # 16
You can repeat step 15 a few times if you wish, however at this point l simply used the crop tool, found a section of the design that l think looked nice, and cropped it out for a banner background. Here is my final result after adding a simple panel border:


I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, please be sure to check out the tutorials we have to offer, and thanks for reading!




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