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Eos - making of

As always, create new document :-) Fill it with solid color of your preference (dark blue for example).

With Pen tool (P), create a new shape that looks similar to shown here: wave on bottom, and outside image borders on right, left and top. Double-click layer icon to set its color - dark red, for example.

Apply the following layer effects (Layer menu - Layer style - Blending options): 1) Drop shadow: blend mode=overlay, opacity=25%, distance=1, size=1; 2) Inner shadow: color=white, blend mode=overlay, opacity=40%, distance=0, size=5 (this way it  is kinda another inner glow) 3) Inner glow: color=white, blend mode=soft light, size=75px, opacity=50% 4) Outer glow: color=black, blend mode=overlay, opacity=10%, size=20px 5) Gradient overlay: blend mode=overlay,opacity=10%, style=reflected, angle=0, reverse checked.

In new layer, use white color and Pen tool to draw the shape similar to bottom edge of previous shape.

Group its layer with previous layer (Ctrl-Shift-G), and set its blend mode to Soft Light.

Create new document with 6x6 pixels size. With 1px black pencil tool, draw a line on bottom of image.

Go to Edit - Define Pattern, click OK

Close this document without saving (will not need it anymore), then create new document, square and about 3 times bigger than your original artwork - so  if you made it 1024x768, make new document 3000x3000 pixels. Go  to Edit menu - Fill, set Use to Pattern, then in Custom Pattern list find the pattern you just created.

Now entire document is filled with lines.

Go to Filter menu - Distort - Twirl. Set Angle to about 100-150, apply. Now we have nice curved lines, shown here at 25% zoom. select part of this image, somewhere near center, copy to clipboard (Ctrl-C).

Then return to original image and paste (Ctrl-V). Group this new layer with shape layer (Layer menu - Create clipping mask), so that curved lines are limited with red wave. Set lines layer blend mode to Soft light.

Switch to Eraser tool (E), set mode to Brush, select large soft brush, and erase lines near edge of red wave.

Create new layer, group it with previous layers (Layer menu - Create clipping mask), then use very large black and white soft brush (B) to put dots here and there. Apply some Gaussian Blur (Filter menu - Blur - Gaussian Blur) if necessary.

Set this layer blend mode to Soft light.

Now, create new shape with different color (underneath red wave layer) and simply repeat all steps above!

Then again, again again again and again!

Now, save copy of document (always good idea), then merge all layers (Ctrl-Shift-E, or Layer menu - Merge visible), then sqitch to Quick mask mode (Q), select Gradient tool (G or Shift-G), set mode to Reflected, and make the gradient by clicking mouse in the center and dragging to lower-left edge.

Turn off Quick mask mode - you should get nice selection similar to this.

Go to Filter menu - Blur - Lens blur. Play with Radius setting, until you like the effect.

That's all, the artwork is ready!

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Comments 53

Giga · long ago
Cool!

shivani · long ago
cool man................

Elwin · long ago
Respect ... all I can say ...

Abel · long ago
I have to pick up my jaw off the floor several times reading through your works and how you did them. Your tutorials and wallpaper clocks are priceless! Thank you. Thank you very much!

Deocliciano Okssipin Vieira · long ago
Thanks.

Dan · long ago
WOW. That is cool. Also, FILIP is a complete noob. It is done in Photoshop, like every other graphics design project in existence.

Vlad · long ago
Hey nice bum!

Boby · long ago
You rock man

CintyG · long ago
I have always loved your work, your site brings me much joy perusing thru and your tutorials are brilliant! Keep up the good work! :oD

sz · long ago
cool!:) :-o

Gwat · long ago
I found your site about a year ago - never posted b4 tho. I found it by searching for PS tutorials, as I was (still am) new to the graphic design game. Whenever I get frustrated with my own work, I always end up coming back here for a little inspiration. Thanks. g

Mohammad · long ago
i always loved your work. with your tips, i can create my own wallpaper. tnx

Sarah · long ago
what a nice work! Thanks 4 ur time & effort

siti · 14 January 2008
awesome!!

Kuttosan · 22 January 2008
kidilan mone...adipoli... neeyaalu puliyanu ketta...

Vlad Gerasimov · 26 January 2008
SooTyLaD: cool, I did not know that! I found that you do not even need to use menu - Ctrl-Shift-Alt-E will create a merged composition layer too!

Rodi O\'Leary · 10 May 2008
How do you keep them so clean of artifacts when you save them as jpgs? Anytime I save something high res for wallpaper I get artefacts even when saving at the highest jpeg quality.

nsmf · 11 January 2009
cool thanks

· 30 January 2009
Переведите уже уроки на русский, пожалуста.

caplan · 23 September 2009
peor esnada

sandy · 30 October 2009
thank you so much!

brainsearcher · 13 December 2009
http://vladstudio.com/photoshoptutorials/tutorial.php?eos_making_of#add_comment_box great seen

굿굿베리굿 · 20 March 2010
굿굿베리굿 good good very good

farrukh · 12 June 2010
such a nice work dude

Luna lestari · 1 November 2011
What is Eos means?

lock · 19 October 2012
hmmm... is this tutorial without images or they got lost in the transition to the new (wonderful) website look? :)

fdesw · long ago
cool wata cool

Igor · long ago
Thank you for sharing this with us!

digitaljail · long ago
easy and well explaind, u great! Tnx for it ;)

Paramour · long ago
no words

aemon · long ago
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

oxhero · long ago
Nice

jeny · long ago
i can't create the cured lines with red wave, please tell me . thanks very much

IdeFixx · long ago
So long I've been visiting VladStudio.com for these pieces of work&art, that I've started to think about my work much easier way ;-) Thanks for share yours ideas in conceptual way - like diz", in Tuto's - IFx

lc · long ago
Again, I am amazed. This is beautiful!

Ta... · long ago
Thanks it is an excellent help!!!!

D. · long ago
Dear Vlad can you make a tutorial for the one with clouds ? P)lease

· long ago
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Mèrk · long ago
hi...i'm kind of new at using photoshop...i'm having trouble with step 4 of this wallpaper...how do you get the line to follow the the shape? i'm not really good at using the pen tool

FILIP · long ago
IN WHICH PROGRAM IS DIS DONE

John · 18 January 2008
I have recently discovered your work - wonderful and inspiring!

SooTyLaD · 25 January 2008
really nice tutorial as always... i will just add a quick tip tho :) if you want to merge all the layers but retain the original layers then choose merge layers from the layer palette menu while holding down the ALT key... this will create a merged composition layer above all the other ones (which you can go back to at a later date if need be :))

Philipp · 28 December 2008
This is all soooooo cool! Thank you very much for sharing your PS Knowledge with us.

toma01 · 15 February 2009
thank you so much!! i did it! looks awesome! :)

Jolan · 17 March 2009
Got it~

· 10 October 2009
nice tips

Aniron · 12 November 2009
Great! Thank you very much :)

jNy! · 13 December 2009
Fantastic!

lau · 10 February 2010
wow!!! excellent!!

millie · 30 September 2010
I have a problem with making pattern...that option is not visible to me...any help?

· 29 November 2011
Thanks.

Vlad Gerasimov · 19 October 2012
lock - it was a bug, definitely! Fixed.

deosai fr, pk · 14 October 2015
--dude awesome man !! tuts are beautifully explain, gratia's

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