Turn any photo into a dot grid artwork with these Photoshop actions. You'll get great results with dots that change size. They get larger in brighter areas and smaller in darker areas. Free download available.
Duplicate (Control + J) this vector shape and place the copy exactly as shown in the second image.
Look inside the Layers panel, select the vectors shapes made in the previous step, right click on one of these shapes and go to Merge Shapes.
Duplicate this new vector shape, make sure that the copy is selected and hit Control + T.
Rotate your shape 45 degrees and then hit Enter. Repeat this technique twice.
Tip: Hold the Shift button from your keyboard to perfectly rotate your selection.
Select the vector shapes that make up your snow flake and go to Merge Shapes.
Open the Layer Style window for this vector shape and enter the settings mentioned in the next images.
Duplicate the vector shape made in the previous step and place the copy as shown in the image below.
Make a new copy of your "Cloud" vector shape, rename it to "StormyCloud" and place it as as you can see in the image.
Look inside the Layers panel, select one of your "WaterDrop" vector shapes an make two copies.
Select these copies one by one, focus on your "StormyCloud" and place them as shown below.
Change the foreground to #FFDF45 and using the Pen Tool create the vector shape that you can see in the image below( follow the numbers and try to use the grid as a reference ).
Bring on the Layer Style window for the vector shape that makes up your lightning and enter the settings mentioned in the next images.
Change the foreground color to #FFFFFF, take the Ellipse Tool and move to your canvas.
Create a 36 x36 px circle and a 30 x30 px circle. Make sure that these new vector shapes are placed as shown below.
Make sure that the circles made in the previous step are still selected and go to Merge Shapes.
Pick the Path Selection Tool, click inside on the small circle (30 x30), focus on the top bar and select Subtract Front Shape.
Look inside the Layers panel, select the "Cloud" vector shape, hit right click and go to Copy Layer Style.
Return to your moon vector shape, right click and go to Paste Layer Style.
Duplicate (Control + J) your moon vector shape and place it as shown in the image below.