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In this instructable I'll show how to make lightning.
First off make a gradient going black to white. It doest matter which way its goes.
Go to Filters Render Difference clouds.
Easy enough, click control+i, or go to image adjust invert.
It's kinda looking like lightning already! Now, go to image adjust levels (or control+l). Move the middle slider to the right. The farther left it is,...
Make a new layer above the lightning layer. Fill it in with a light blue (alt+backspace). Set the layer mode to overlay (in the layers pallette, right...
Your done your lightning. Play safe and don't electrocute anyone! :D
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