Star Burst: Let Us Create Using Basic Photoshop Technique

Star Burst in Photoshop

This Photoshop Tutorial will teach you how to make Dynamic Backgrounds in Photoshop. We will be creating Star Burst in Photoshop.

1. Take a new file of size 560x400px, with 72 resolution and RGB color mode.

2. Press D to bring default black and white color in the color palette. Then press X to exchange the black and white color from background to foreground.

3. Run the command Filter >> Render >> Clouds.

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4. Now run the command  Filter >> Render >> Difference Clouds. If you didn’t see some thing like show below, then you can press Ctrl+F as many time, unless you get some like Bright/Contrasted picture shown below.

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5. Now run the command Filter >> Artistic >> Rough Pastels, give the following settings:

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you will get something like this:

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6. Now run the command, Filter >> Brush Strokes >> Accented Edges and give the following settings:

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you will get something like this result:

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7. Now run the command Filter >> Distort >> Polar Coordinates and give the following settings:

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your file will look like this:

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8. Now run the command, Filter >> Stylize >> Wind, give the following settings and hit OK.

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Now press Ctrl+F twice to repeat this command two times, you will get something like this:

Star Burst

9. Again run the command, Filter >> Distort  >> Polar Coordinates, this time give the following settings:

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your file should give something like shown below:

Star Burst

10. Now run the command, Image >> Adjustments >> Hue/Saturation or you can only press Ctrl+U, give the following settings:

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your file will give the following look:

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11. Duplicate the layer (by pressing Ctrl+J) and set the duplicated layer’s blending mode to overlay with an opacity of 30% (from Layer panel).

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12. Now run the command Filter >> Other>> High Pass and give the following settings:

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Finally you will get something like this of Star Burst in Photoshop, hope you’ve learnt something from it:

Star Burst

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