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Digital Outburst of Colors in Photoshop

A little bit more work is waiting for you in this Photoshop tutorial, but  I promise you, the result will be worth the hustle.

 
  Author: NikMan | Version: CS5 | 1st October 2013 |  
 
 
1.
 

Create custom sized new document with white background.

Open Adobe Photoshop and click above on File and choose New...



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2.
 

Select  Horizontal Type Tool (T).

 
 
3.
 

I'm using the Impact font the size of 72 px.

Enter text.

 
 
4.
 

Press Ctrl T and stretch the text so it will fillup about 70% of the document.

Hold Shift while resizing if you want to keep the text proportional.

Press Enter.

 
 
5.
 

In the menu click LayerRasterize and choose Type.

Hold Ctrl and click the text layer thumbnail.

This way you create a selection around text.

 
 
6.
 

Let's now save this selection.

In the menu click Select and choose Save Selection.

Name your selection and click OK.

 
 
7.
 

Press Ctrl D, to remove the selection.

In the menu click Edit and choose Fill...

In the new Fill dialog window choose White for Use and set Blending Mode to Multiply.

Click OK.

 
 
8.
 

You wont notice the changes, but you just filled everything around the text with white color.

In the menu click FilterBlur and choose Gaussian Blur...

Set Radius to 4 pixels and click OK.

 
 
9.
 

In the menu click FilterStylize and choose Solarize.

Press Ctrl L, to open Levels and drag the white slider to the left (see picture).

Click OK.

 
 
10.
 

PressCtrl J, to duplicate the layer.

In the menu click FilterDistort and choose Polar Coordinates...

In the new dialog window enable the Polar to Rectangular and click OK.

 
 
11.
 

In the menu click ImageRotate Canvas and choose 90° CW.

Press Ctrl I, to inverse the colors (black becomes white and vice versa).

In the menu click FilterStylize and choose Wind...

In the new dialog window choose Wind and Direction From the Right.

Click OK.

 
 
12.
 

Press Ctrl F, to repeat the last used filter.

Press Ctrl I, to inverse the colors.

Press Ctrl L, to open Levels drag the white slider to the left (see picture).

Click OK.

 
 
13.
 

Press Ctrl F, 3 times in the row to repeat the last used filter 3 times.

In the menu click ImageRotate Canvas and choose 90° CCW.

In the menu click FilterDistort and choose Polar Coordinates...

In the new dialog window enable the Rectangular to Polar and click OK.

 
 
14.
 

Set Screen as Blending Mode for the duplicated layer (see picture).

You like what you did so far? Let's go on...

 
 
15.
 

In the menu click LayerNew Adjustment Layer and choose Gradient Map...

Click OK.

In the new dialog window click the gradient (see picture).

 
 
16.
 

Click the bottom left slider and set an orange color (see picture).

Don't close the window yet ...

 
 
17.
 

Click the bottom left slider and set a lighter version of orange (see picture) 

Click OK.


 
 
18.
 

Set the adjustment layer's Blending Mode to Color (see picture).

 
 
19.
 

Now select the original text layer (see picture).

 
 
20.
 

In the menu click FilterBlur and choose Radial Blur...

Set the Blur Method to Zoom and Quality to Best.

Click OK.

 
 
21.
 

We will now use the selection we save at the beginning of the tutorial.

In the menu click Select and choose Load Selection...

In the new Load Selection window choose the name of the selection you saved (Dreevoo in my case) and click OK.

 
 
22.
 

In the menu click Edit and choose Fill...

Set Black for Use and click OK.

 
 
23.
 

Done deal!

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