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How can I recreate this Photoshop effect:

desired effect

Let's say that I have a heart image and inside of the heart I want to implement this effect.

How can this be done?

Thanks in advance.

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You could use sparkle or glitter brush to cover a heart image. Check out also those heart brushes. Also you should check out this tutorial:

www.denisdesigns.com/blog/2010/02/create-a-jumbotron-effect-in-photoshop

It will help you to create a pattern and repeat it on the heart image. And last check this halftone tutorial:

psd.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tutorials-effects/photoshop-halftone-effect

If you go with jumbotron effect or halftone effect then light up some areas and you will have a result like the one shown in the picture.

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Thanks for the fast response but this is what i have already tried to do and it wasn't so efficient. I want a clear guide how to do it from the beginning or if you have any brush which can do that effect directly! :-) –  paokg4 Sep 6 '11 at 13:57

Use a pattern: Make a single "field" (a.k.a. one diamond), then save it as pattern [Edit] > [Set Pattern]. Then add it as pattern layer and set a light grey layer below it. For further details search for a pattern tutorial in a search engine. For the boundries you could use a vector mask.

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Also. to achieve the level of random lighting that the actual diamonds have, instead of one diamond, you could do four, or six, and make some of them seem to shine brighter. –  Joel Glovier Sep 7 '11 at 12:35
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Or maybe use a b/w cloud filter on the layer below. This should give the right random effect. –  kaiser Sep 7 '11 at 12:42

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