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> Neon Glow under car-adobe photoshop?, need help plz plz plz
ZMF555
    Posted: Jun 7 2004, 06:48 PM


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ok i know you can put neon glow under a car and make it look real but the link to that website is broken and the website is suspended .

does anyone know how to do it?
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Posted: Jun 7 2004, 09:49 PM


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What website? And please remove the broken images in your sig. It's pissing me off, lol.
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Posted: Jun 8 2004, 12:30 AM


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Settle down dude, but yeh, those things are annoying...

Its pretty easy to do, cut out the car, get your brush, about 30-40 soft, give it a 50% flow and draw where the bottom of the car is. On a different layer though, underneath. BTW, I've never tried this but from my experience, it should work.
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  Posted: Jun 8 2004, 12:15 PM


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the websites are www.tutorialfreaks.com and www.pslover.com and www.good-tutorials.com
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Posted: Jun 8 2004, 02:03 PM


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EDIT
Found the tutorial. http://www.photoshopjunkie.com/tutorials/underglow/
I just googled the name of the tutorial and tada




Ben, I wouldn't be talking. Go read Welcome Forum and look for your name, lol. But that doesn't sound too bad, but from MY experience, you'd also want to work with glows in Blending Options

This post has been edited by eightsixdrifter9 on Jun 8 2004, 02:08 PM
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