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What's good YouTube, its Deivid from Creative Ice Media Group and I'm going to make a tutorial on how to make an abstract background. I've made one in the past and I kind of enjoyed making them as making my job computer background image. Alright, let's get at it. Go file, new, and you can make it really any size you want. But I'm going to make mine 1280x720. Alright. And you're going to want to make the background black. And using the lasso tool, okay, you want to make a starry shape. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Alright. Star shape. And fill it in with white. Press control D to deselect. And you have this shape with you now. Now what you want to do is go filter, blur, radial blur. And you want to do amount, 100. Zoom, best. Press OK. Then you want to do it again. So go filter, this time it will be right at the top. Click that. Alright. Now go filter, stylize, find edges. Alright. Then press control I, invert. Alright. You should have something like this. Then what you want to do is go filter, distort, twirl. What you want to do is 300. Alright. Press OK. You should have this spinny thing effect. Now duplicate your layer, alright. Little filter, distort, twirl. This time you want to do minus 600. So it would be minus 300 in the back, because you just made it like that. Alright. Then you want to change the top layer, you want to change it to lighten or screen, whichever one you want. I'm going to go with screen. Alright. Then click on both layers while holding control, click on both layers. And merge layers. Alright. Duplicate the layer again. Change the mode to lighten and edit, transform, vertical. Alright. There we have it. This is going to be our effect. Our abstract background. Merge layers. Make a new layer. Choose a bright color. Brush size mine, brush size is 195. Make your any size you want and color in. and then change it to color. Make a new layer again, change your color. I'm going to have yellow. Alright. Now because the yellow is a bit over the red, were going to cane the blend mode overlay. Alright. Once again, new layer. I'm going to have it at blue and color in. again, color. And just keep going on the layer. We’re going to do this time another green. And overlay. There you have it guys. This is how you make a really quick cool abstract background. So yeah, thank you for watching. Comment the tutorial. Tell me what you think, if I can improve it. Rate it 5 stars because I'm a cool guy. What else is there? Favorite, always you want to favorite because my tutorials are your favorite tutorials. And make a video response of how you made yours. And why the hell does the warning screen always happen when I do a tutorial. I don’t want to change my color scheme, retard. Post your video response of you making this tutorial, any tutorial and I love getting feedbacks. So add me, subscribe, peace.