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In this tutorial i show how to make colorful neon lights. Using just the pen tool, brush and some creativity !
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What's up YouTube, its Deivid from Creative Ice Media Group and I've been having quite a lot of messages about the neon lights on my YouTube lay out. A lot of people have been asking me did you get that in use of Google. Did you make that image? And I actually made this neon glow lights and decided to make a tutorial on how to do that. Alright. What you want to do is go File New, 1280x720 is great. That’s okay. What you want to do is make my background black. Alright. And make a new lay out. And with the pen tool, while making sure you're in the path mode by clicking over here. You want to make the shape of the neon lights. And the truth is I'm actually using the pen tool, it always takes me ages to get what I want. So, mine is going to look quite bad in the tutorial as I'm going to rush this. But yours will going to look better. So once you had one of your lines of the neon thing. Go to your brush tool, make sure your hardness is in 100. And I’ll say master diameter around 2 or 3. We will try 2. Then go back to your pen tool while making sure your foreground color is white. We’re going to right click, stroke path, choose brush and stimulate pressure. Press OK. Delete path. Yeah, that’s great. Now make a new layer. And you want to make another neon light glowy line. And for me that’s going to be okay. I'm not going to get in to too much detail. Again, stroke path. Press OK. Delete path. This is going to be fine with me. Now what you want to do is while pressing control, click layer 2 and 1 and merge the layers. Now, duplicate it and move it a bit out of place. Duplicate it again, move it a bit out of place. Duplicate it again. And you want to do this around 5 times. So one more time. Alright. Then press shift while being in the top layer. Press shift and click on the bottom layer which isn’t the background. Okay. So it’s going to be layer 2 for me. And merge layers. Duplicate that again. Duplicate that again. And were just trying to build up the volume. Alright. And then again. Merge layers. And I’d say one more time. Yeah, that’s great. Merge the layers again and at the end of that you should have something like this. Now what you want to do is start coloring in. so make a new layer. Let's name this neon lines blank. Because there's no color on them whatsoever. We want to do is choose a color. So I'm going to choose, I’ll choose a light purple. And were going to make hardness on 0 and I’ll choose a brush on 200 and start coloring. Okay. And change the mode to color. Alright. Make a new layer. I’d say red in the middle. Alright. And just coloring the middle. Change mode to soft lights, yeah, soft light. Make a new layer. And a green maybe. Let's try green. Alright. In there. And again color. Yeah, that looks great. Then make a new layer. And we want a yellow and were going to color in a few spots. Change capacity to around 40 and then over lay. That gives it a little highlight. Alright. Cool. We want to do is make a group so you can manage all of them and colors. I'm just going to put all of those colors over there. We got a group that’s nicely managed as you can see. And what else is there. In a second, let me just check. Ah yes, alright. What I done extra was duplicate this and then transform horizontal. Alright. It doesn’t always look good. I'm going to keep it like that, I kind of like that. So you can make an extra effect. You can make it vertical or whatever. It doesn’t always look good, but sometimes it does. For me, I'm just going to leave it like this. Then what you want to make is a new layer. Choose the white color as your foreground color. Go to your brush tool and what you want to do is click on the 19 brush. Zoom in. start clicking. Serve one up in a second. Make sure the layer that you just created is above the group. So I'm actually alright. Start clicking in random places. In there. In there. Alright. Then you want 13 size of brush hardness 0 and make it next to it. You can make them in different colors. I'm just going to make them white. Alright. And then, size 9 again hardness 0 and next to that one. There we go. And that is about it. You can make as many of those little white things whenever you want them for special effects. You can make this as many as you want in different colors, different places. You don’t have to make them, but that is how you make glowing neon lines. Yeah, so favorite this video is you like it. Comment on your opinions. Suggest if I can improve wherever you think. Comment, write me a nice comment, I like reading them. Rate it five stars because I'm a cool guy. What else? Make a video response. I've had a few video responses of people actually doing what make natural work. So for instance make this I just made. And just make a video and put it as a video response. I love getting this kind of feedback. And if you like this video, also subscribe. Add me as a friend. I love making new friends. Thank you for everyone that’s supported me so far. Thank you for Stephanie, good friend. Yeah, thank you Stephanie for supporting me. Thanks everyone and 'til next time. Peace.