Create Mental Sphere
Select background layer (Mountain). Make round selection with Elliptical Marquee Toolon it.
Press Ctrl+J to duplicate selected area to new layer. Select content layer by pressing Ctrland clicking on thumbnail layer...
With selection still active, create new layer above all layers and fill it with black color.
Apply Filter > Render > Clouds to this layer.
Apply Filter > Distort > Spherize.
Change layer mode to Screen and lower opacity to 57%.
With selection still active, create new layer above all layers and fill it with black color.
Deselect area with Ctrl+D an update layer opacity to 0%. After that go to Layer > Layer Style> Inner Glow and apply style ...
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Create mental sphere
Create mental sphere
Create mental sphere
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Create mental sphere

  1. 1. Create Mental Sphere
  2. 2. Select background layer (Mountain). Make round selection with Elliptical Marquee Toolon it.
  3. 3. Press Ctrl+J to duplicate selected area to new layer. Select content layer by pressing Ctrland clicking on thumbnail layer on layers. Load sphere selection by going to Select > LoadSelection. Then apply Filter > Distort > Spherize:
  4. 4. With selection still active, create new layer above all layers and fill it with black color.
  5. 5. Apply Filter > Render > Clouds to this layer.
  6. 6. Apply Filter > Distort > Spherize.
  7. 7. Change layer mode to Screen and lower opacity to 57%.
  8. 8. With selection still active, create new layer above all layers and fill it with black color.
  9. 9. Deselect area with Ctrl+D an update layer opacity to 0%. After that go to Layer > Layer Style> Inner Glow and apply style with following settings:
  10. 10. Final Image
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