Cre­at­ing the in­ter­face

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For Noise’s hack­ing in­ter­face, I use Pho­to­shop to as­sem­ble a sep­a­rate sheet fea­tur­ing var­i­ous techy de­signs I could com­bine to cre­ate a se­ries of dig­i­tal pro­jec­tions. I use Color Dodge lay­ers, which gives it a nice holo­graphic glow. I also give it a ma­genta colour to tie it in with the over­all colour scheme and make it a sup­port­ing el­e­ment, in­stead of mak­ing it a con­trast­ing colour.

Ap­ply a colour aber­ra­tion ef­fect

I click Se­lect All> Copy Merged, past­ing a copy of the fin­ished im­age into a new layer. I dou­ble-click this layer and in the di­a­log un­der Chan­nels, I untick the Green and Blue chan­nel boxes, then click OK. I then Trans­form the im­age, scal­ing it slightly over­all. This off­sets the layer, giv­ing the im­age a slightly glitched video ap­pear­ance to re­ally sell the cy­ber­punk theme July 2016

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