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This looks like it could be a linear gradient in a bit of an angle, but since you can make a bit more versatile gradients by brushing and this is already somewhat familiar to you, here's how to do that in Photoshop: Make a new layer and brush in the colors Use hard round brush and don't leave any gaps ...or do if that is what you are going for. ...


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In Photoshop CS6 or newer, you can simply set the Stroke Options for a vector path....


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Wow, that original fractal image is amazing. I think you should be able to make something like the portions you’re after, just using Photoshop and a few filters. Here’s a really quick and hacky attempt. And here’s how I made it. Make some fibers Blur 'em Motion blur 'em Levels 'em (more contrast) Add a gradient map Because, gradient maps ...


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I think a great way to build this would be using a vector mask on a group, with the shape set to subtract — if the bottommost shape on a layer is set to subtract, it will remove the shape and fill to the edge of the canvas. If you’d like to investigate further, here’s the PSD: Vector Mask.psd.zip


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In CC this seems to have changed slightly to a rather unintuitive process: With your layers ready to make frames from, open the timeline panel. You should see Create Frame Animation in the middle of the panel. If you only see Create Video Timeline, use the arrow next to it to switch to frame mode. Click the button. This will create a single frame in the ...


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An alternative to @BurningLemons Adobe Illustrator answer would be to use a set of objects with gradients with one of the color stops set to transparent. Once you have your objects you can mix & match opacity and blending modes to achieve your desired effect. In the above image, note that the individual path (with a gradient fill) has been adjusted. ...


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If you want to do this in illustrator, you need to create a Gradient Mesh with Mesh Tool. Once you have a Mesh, just change points on the Mesh to desired color to create desired effect. Sorry no Tutorial, just go learn and experiment. There are lots of good tutorials on the 'Mesh Tool' and creating 'Gradient Meshes'.


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This would have been created using Illustrator. To use Photoshop for this would have been a pain in the ass - and almost impossible without blurring. Check out this tutorial for a starting point - https://gomedia.us/zine/tutorials/transform-again-adobe-illustrator/


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You could also create the animation of the UI using Keynote. Its fairly simple and perfect for creating UI animations. I then used after effects to just place the video it into the Phone. Step 1 : I first created the UI animation on keynote and made this: http://vimeo.com/108991829 Step 2 : I then placed the video into an iPhone after effects mockup that ...


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It looks as though the image has been desaturated first and gradients liberally applied to a layer above as in: This creates something akin to this: (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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As I said, a task better suited for AI, but this is how I would do this in PS. There may be a better way to go about this, but I don't use PS for this kind of stuff, so I don't know about it, if there is. The initial shape: I made a duplicate of the shape and decreased the Fill to 0%. This is the shape that I then applied my stroke to. I then selected ...


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Creating a seamlessly repeating pattern image involves making the image yourself, and ensuring it's seamless on all sides in a variety of ways. you can then select it and choose Edit... > Define Pattern.... That adds your chosen image as a pattern to Photoshop's available pattern options. You can load or save new patterns using the Layer Style popup (double ...



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