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Step 37 - Duplicating the Star Path
Select the path and press Ctrl + J to duplicate it.Then press Ctrl + T and rotate it. Repeat it till you get the star similar as on the picture below.
Step 38 - Adjusting Star Direction
Now select all the star layers. Press Ctrl+T and rotate it to it has the same direction as the letter "X". See the image below.
Step 39 - Placing the Star
Duplicate and move the stars to the highlighted areas.
Step 40 - Adding Particles
Now you´re going to add some particles near the stars. Select the Brush Tool (B) and follow the brush settings below (if you don´t know where to find this palette simply press F5).
Paint the particles similarly as on the following picture.
Step 41 - Adding Semi Transparent Screen
Download the smoke brush (Real Smoke (675 pixels)) and install it to Photoshop. Choose the brush shown in the picture below.
Step 42 - Placing the Brush
Increase the brush size and paint with it on a new layer.
Step 43 - Adding Colors
Create a new layer above the layer with the screen. Right click on this new layer and select the option Create Clipping Mask. Grab the Brush Tool (B), change the Mode on Color and paint to get similar result as on the picture below. Use following colors: Blue = #0a5689, Yellow = #ffd44e, Green = #c2e01f.
Select the Move Tool (V) and place the screen and the layer with colors behind the text. See image below.
Step 44 - Duplicate & Transform
Duplicate the layer with screen and colors and flip it. To do that go to Edit > Transform Flip Horizontal and then Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical. Place this new layers on right side of the image.. See image below.
Step 45 - Changing Colors
Now change the colors of the right screen. Click on the layer with colors and press Ctrl+U to activate the Hue/Saturation adjustment. Follow the setting below.
You should get something like this.
Step 46 - Adding Particles
Now we will add some particles above the screen. Create a new layer. Select the Pen Tool (P) and create a path as you can see in the image below.
Step 47 - Brush Settings
Select the Brush Tool (B) and follow the brush settings bellow.
Step 48 - Placing Particles
After you´re done with the brush settings, select the Pen Tool (P) again. Right click on the screen and choose Stroke Path. Select the option Brush and check the box Simulate Pressure. Press OK.
Bellow you can see how the wallpaper looks after these steps.