To create the “glowing magic” in the scene, I used an abstract brush that I’d downloaded from a graphic design website (Fig.24).
I used the Free Transform tool to transform and scale the “glowing magic” (Fig.25) and I then copied the magic brush many times, and blurred the result (Fig.26).
And after some final tweaks and adjustments, here is the final image (Fig.27)!
So, here I have just talked you through some of the methods that I used while working on this piece. I hope my working pipeline has been of interest to you and will maybe help you in your own projects! If you have any questions
or suggestion, please feel free to let me know.
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