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Deprecated Menu Item?

Posted 06 July 2010 - 07:05 PM

Hello! I've been messing around with Photoshop lately after a long relationship with Paint.NET and have been trying to learn as much as I could on the software. So for a little tiny noob project I've been working on I needed a supernova, so I Google'd "starburst photoshop" and came up with this excellent tutorial: http://www.entheoswe...urst_effect.asp
Unfortunately, it very much seems that the sample image they included as the finished product hardly matches up with what the tutorial produces (at least in my run-through).
My output:
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Their 'output':
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Is there some extra filter they added - because they seem radically different...

EDIT: Sorry about the misleading topic - partly solved the problem in the middle of writing this post and forgot to change the title.... O.O

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Posted 06 July 2010 - 07:37 PM

hmmmmm could the original gradient width have something to do with it? In Paint.NET, there is a plugin called Gradient Bars (I believe it's made by BoltBait, not sure, irrelevant) where you can set the width of each linear gradient. Would that have such an effect? Just a thought.

EDIT: No noticeable effect. :(

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