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Get out Paint.Net

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Make the backround Black

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Then, make any text you want in White

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Then New Layer

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Now, in the new layer, paint over in any colors in the white text, so you can't see any of it.

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Now make a Gaussian Blur about 50 radius, or just experiment.

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Then select the layer, and make the layer, Darkened.

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And when your done, your text should look something like this.

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And now your done.

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Your images are too big. Please read the rules:

 

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Yes it's a nice tutorial - except that if the images are not resized very soon it's going to get closed boltbait.sad.png

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david.attwell linked to the tutorial guidelines - begin there by reading 1a.

To edit your post - click the EDIT button immediately under the first post. You will need to resize the images and then upload them again before installing the new links in the existing thread.

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For a true "neon" effect, I think you would've been done once you added the guassian blur. At that point it pretty much appeared like the neon lights were turned on (except maybe not quite so heavy a blur).

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@Sketched: You've had time to fix the images, and you haven't.

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