Art wallpaper with stars

April 10th, 2008 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Designing

   

Create another layer above the previous one and press CTRL+E for Merge Down the layers. Place the new got layer, containing the stripe as it is demonstrated below:

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

Make a copy of the last made layer and use on it the next filter’s options: Filter>Distort>Shear

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3 

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

Make three copies of the layer with the filter and select the Free Transform option to place the copies the same way indicated next image:

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

The two first layers containing the stripes should have the same parameters, shown below:
Blending Options>Drop Shadow

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3 

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

Next we have to make a click on Add a Mask option on the bottom part of the layers’ palette, but this click should be made on each layer containing the stripe. Select after that the Gradient Tool (G) to represent the half – opacity effect on the stripes’ ends. On the vertical stripe the half – opacity should be present on its top and its bottom.

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

Half – opacity effect on the left and right sides:

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

Apply the same method described above for the next layer too:

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3 

Create Art wallpaper with stars in Photoshop CS3

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  • kunal kulkarni

    02/11/2009

    it is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • DJ Marik

    07/12/2009

    Yay! I’m finally finished! lol. You weren’t kidding when you said “many layers”! I made 153 layers and it was worth it! awesome tut!!! here are my results. ^_^

    http://blakkenshin.deviantart.com/art/Streams-of-Greens-145997469

  • MJP

    29/01/2010

    Wow! just tons of inspiration on this whole site! Just fantastic! Thanks so much!

  • dear25

    07/04/2010

    This is cool but the part where copying and resizing all the stars is soo tedious… Instead I just used a brush for the stars… Much easier for the same results :)

  • Greenafik

    30/10/2010

    I really like the final result ^^

  • Julie

    03/02/2011

    Can you help me please? My boss want an orange and green combinations of that,. please help me, :(

  • CSC

    03/08/2011

    Great picture!!! like it very much!!! Thanks

  • TayJ

    20/08/2011

    im having trouble with the part where you make the 2nd line and curve it round. because the lines in it just go straight down and don’t follow the shape that i have made. please help

  • Apoljak

    15/03/2012

    I wish this explained some stuff more thoroughly.

  • espada

    03/01/2013

    can we replace step making star using brush method…

  • ululf01

    21/02/2013

    is very nice thank you.