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how create a light ray-beam by azurylipfe how create a light ray-beam by azurylipfe
or something called like that :D

while i'm busy with it, thought make a quick and easy tut how to create a light ray. i' just play with that pic with a blank mind:)

its really easy to create, and if you play a bit with it , you sure will find something that will be just the ray you need :D

its always appreciated if you show what you got if you did try this out :D

i'm gona enter this one into tutorial contest :D
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breathtakingdreams Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used your wonderful tutorial here: [link] Thanks so much! :)
azurylipfe Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012
Thank you :cuddle: i'm glad its was helpfull:)
xesthetic Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2007   Digital Artist
wonderful tutorial. this will definitely come in handy.thank you. :)
Damilee Featured By Owner May 5, 2006
I think I understand....I'll let you know when I try it out!!!! I hope I can do it because I have a bunch of ideas for use of it. Problem: Internet is not on my system, at night when I'm working on something the internet system is in my daughter's room where she sleeps and I can't get to these resources until whenever I wake up. By then I've lost interest in what I was doing.:lolly:
azurylipfe Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
thats fine :D i hope it helps :D
DarklyJaded Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006
I was just fooling around with 'rays of light' and blurring them for a little project
a few days ago and then I see this tutorial, cool. Much the same technique.
Digital manips are just a big experiment (experiments are often controlled towards an expected result).
It seems PSP and PS are very similar,
any of the tutorials for either one are basically interchangeable.
BTW, nice works in your gallery, the tutorial on starting a manipulation is good
(I liked it, but then I am easily amused at times):XD:


My ~ShadowCasteStock account
azurylipfe Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2006
they sure are a big experiment.
psp and ps are simular, but psp is easier to use and not so acurate, i think, i just played with the natural brushes in ps ( and i really don't know photoshop lol, it took me months to find that smudgebrush back lol ) and with brushes in psp, and in psp the hair i made looks awefull and one try with ps and i had really great hair. the colors are also different, with ps it looks like they are very smooth, like cutting into soft butter, and psp its seems more hard butter , i know strange comparisation :D but that's what i thought when i first opent ps and tried the colors :D
but maybe that s just my imagination :D

thank you, its a bit of basic tut , i think, adding details and all that is more a personal thing to do and so hard to explain :)
DarklyJaded Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2006
I see you like Mr. Poe's and Mr. Dali's works
Good taste:D
It has been years since I experienced 20 degree weather,
cannot say that I miss it

azurylipfe Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2006
yeah i like poe very much, always did since i read " the black cat" when i was 14
and Dali , i like his joy de vivre, his extravagance, his color use, and he's deep meanings in all his paintings:)

is it colder or warmer where you life?
DarklyJaded Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2006
I have never worked with psp, sounds like I will stick with ps, since it has taken me a while to gain the small amount of knowledge I have. Others swear by psp, and there those that feel the same regarding ps *that would be me*:XD:
Actually, I have committed myself to doing all the tutorials downloaded to my machine (a few hundred). In the end I might know what I am doing.
Your work is nice, I like the soft tones used, most of the pieces are peaceful and comfortable and you have a good eye for the blending of the elements you incorporate in each.
Thanks for the reply, I am slowly building some relations here at dA (I am still a newbie and learning) and would not mind staying in touch, if you are all right with that:nod:

Take care,


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