So, how do you make a nice glow in Pshop?
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    So, how do you make a nice glow in Pshop?

    I'm just curious as to how you go about making a nice glow around something in a picture. Like for instance I see on this site a lot of creatures and characters either shootin lasers or holding their fists with a nice glow around them. Do you know what I mean? Anyway, I'm looking to figure out how to do that.

    thanks in advance

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    anyone?

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    hmmm:beer:

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    it comes from tweaking the airbrush tool... it involves bluring and smudging as well as transparency changes.... yo

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    ok thanks...yo:chug:

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    Actually, it depends on the material you're trying to add a glow around. If it's just a generic neon glow, your best bet is to create a new layer for the glow, switch it to Overlay and then draw your glow in a bright color it works fine as long as you're using the airbrush and the right layer properties...

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    cool thank you

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