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  • starkles v2 tutorial

    For this tutorial, I'm using one of my starkle clusters. You can find this one and more on my brushes page >> click here I forgot to make the cluster smaller in this tutorial cause I was half asleep when I made this.

    What you'll need:
  • One of the Photoshop Programs


  • What you'll be making:
    You can choose if you want the darker or lighter starkles.


    The Steps

    1. Place the brushes down in a white or greyish/black color. For white, use color #ffffff and for the grey/black use #404040.
    this is it in 404040.


    2. Hold in CTRL on your keyboard click the thumbnail/preview of the layer that the cluster brush is on. I outlined the thumbnail below incase you don't know what I'm talking about.


    3. The brushes should be selected now. Click Layer >> New Fill Layer >> Gradient >> find your gradient. Drag that layer UNDER the cluster layer. You wont be able to see it at all under your starkles yet. Click "Filter >> Other >> Offset." If it pops up about how it needs to be rasterized than it's ok click OK. Play with the settings, but make sure it isn't too far away from the original. I did +2 and +2.

    Add a dropshadow of 0 distance, 0 spread, 5 size. Opacity: 30%.


    4. On the original layer, click on the magic wand tool and click inside of the star that is open on the inside.


    5. Click "Layer >> New Fill Layer >> Pattern." You can choose any pattern you want. Make sure the pattern layer is under the gradient layer.


    6. Go back the gradient layer. Click "Filter >> Noise >> Add Noise. Make it Amount: 30% with uniform and mono checked. OR Amount: 15% with gaussian and mono checked.

    7. On the original layer, Put a pattern overlay with grunge.

    Finished Product: