Create a space warp implosion in Photoshop

When you talk about Photoshop artwork, the things that spring to mind are compositions built up from various textures, along with lighting and transparency effects. Whether you’re making a commercial image, or doing self-initiated work, it’s always useful to use these techniques, develop them and experiment. In this tutorial we’ll create a dramatic space scene, full of light and energy, imploding and spinning into the centre.

To do this, first we’ll use both photographic and digitally generated elements, and explore how to create patterns, layer effects and objects, with basic filters and some emotion.

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