I does look like glowing edges but I rarely mess with that filter as it is doesn't offer much control.
I was on the telephone when I made the first one and didn't pay any attention to how I did it. After all the fiddling around It sems it was a very simple project. I duped it almost perfectly in about a minute in a half.
1) Duplicate background layer
2) adjust curves.
3) New layer, filled with black and placed between the 2 background layers
4) Xero's linart filter on the duplicate background layer (available here). settings = on background, colour, and original
5) Reposition the image down and to the right.
Erased most of the background, saving some of the straight lines which I used to clone to give the impression of movement. (note: I did no cloning on this second version)
For what it's worth, that's it.
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