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Starburst-Speedlines Tutorial by PhiTuS Starburst-Speedlines Tutorial by PhiTuS
You may have been wondering how I do those kickass streaky backgrounds. Well this is it. PHOTOSHOP.

This technique was based on a Polykarbon tutorial on creating rain.

When I animate these, all I really do is use the same image but rotate and mirror them.

I use a similar technique for the pseudo film grain effect.
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:iconchiyotakeda:
ChiyoTakeda Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2010  Student Digital Artist
A radial blur? Motion blur? Where're they?
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PhiTuS Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2010  Professional Filmographer
You need Adobe Photoshop for this.
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ChiyoTakeda Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2010  Student Digital Artist
I have it. I actually figured it out. It's under filter, huh? heheh, thanks, though. It's helped.
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Mystic-Forces Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010
thanks to your simplistic tutorial. I've created the right speedlines for a few of the backgrounds for my latest parody comic, "Trophemon." Check it out by clicking this [link]
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PhiTuS Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Ah, I see.
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KingKento Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010
A use for burn and dodge, nifty.
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Toniic Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
OH SHIT I never would have thought of that.
Shame on you for being so clever.
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PhiTuS Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Hah, man everyone says that.
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Thundermane Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2010
Interesting. Thanks again for a tut. :3
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Dojang Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2010
i like to bump up the contrast also. otherwise you can get a weird wood-grain effect.

alternately, stretching anything that comes out of the 'fibers' filter looks like this...
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