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  • exploding logo

    Got the idea from Photoshop Most Wanted...

    http://www.jackzucker.com/Photoshop/jaz.jpg

  • #2
    Very nice technique. The yellow is a bit too green for my tastes...or it could be my monitor

    Just for fun, why don't you try a light neon blue, or a truer yellow, or even a white for the burst behind the logo and see how they look.

    ~T

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    • #3
      I updated it a little...

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      • #4
        Updated again. I realized that the 2500x2500 original was being severely compromised by downsizing for the web. I guess this is one of those effects you really need to work on in the final destination resolution...

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        • #5
          Very nice! I really like the new version! The red/blue color scheme works a lot better than the yellow/blue.

          And yes the world of web graphics is a bit different from the world of print. I usually keep a master file that I alter for my various output sources.

          ~T

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          • #6
            Originally posted by T Paul
            Very nice! I really like the new version! The red/blue color scheme works a lot better than the yellow/blue.

            And yes the world of web graphics is a bit different from the world of print. I usually keep a master file that I alter for my various output sources.

            ~T
            I actually combined a red adjustment layer but left the sparks yellow. I took your advice and made them a real yellow, too though they are blown out to the point of being close to white...

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            • #7
              Very nice! Try taking a copy of the exploded blue layer and radial bluring from a center point slightly, then slightly blur the result and lay it under the original to give it a motion feel. Might try adding a bit of perspective to the pieces to make it feel exploded and not flat. I dont know if it will help since it is already pretty darn good.

              Tex

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