Head up to File>New. Width: 1920 Pixels by Height 1080. Resolution 144 Pixels/Inch. Background Contents Black. Then hit Create. Head up to File>Open. Select the Brick Wall, then hit Open. Head over and select the Move Tool. (V) Click and drag the brick wall onto our project. CTRL + T to select the wall. Position and resize as needed. Hit enter when you’re done. I’m going to rename this layer to Brick Wall. Head down and create a new adjustment layer. Select Hue/Saturation. Drop the Saturation to -100. Then drop the Lightness to – 80. Hit close. Create a new adjustment layer>Levels. Shadow Input: 8 Midtone Input: 1.05 Then hit close. Head over and select the Type Tool. (T) The font I’m using is called Long Liner. Download link in description. Size 250pt. Smooth selected. White selected for the color. Click in the center. I’m going to type Neon. Select your Move Tool. (V) Position the text near the center. Head down and select FX>Blending Options. Click on Bevel & Emboss. Style: Pillow Emboss. Technique: Smooth Depth 100%. Direction: Up. Size: 5px | Soften: 11px. Angle 145 Use Global Light checked. Highlight Mode: Normal Change the color to Black. Then hit Ok. Shadow Mode: Normal. Have the color set to black as well. 100% Opacity for Highlight and Shadow Mode. Next, click on Inner Shadow. Change the Blend Mode to Normal. I’m going to use a nice blue color. Color Code: 00a2ff Then hit OK. Opacity 35%. Distance 0px | Choke 0px | Size: 250px. Size: 250px. Opacity 100%. Next, click on Outer Glow. Blend Mode: Screen Opacity 35%. Use the same color as our Inner Glow – 00a2ff Size: 14px. Next, click on Drop Shadow. Blend Mode: Normal. Have the color set to black. Opacity 50%. Distance: 6px | Spread: 10% | Size 13px. Then hit OK. Head over and select the Custom Shape Tool. Click on the little drop down menu. I will select a triangle. Missing shapes? Click the gear icon. Then click on all. Fill>Disabled. Click on stroke>Select white. Stroke size: 8px Hold SHIFT then add the triangle. CTRL + T to select the triangle. Right click>Flip Vertical. Position the triangle, centered with the text. If you need to resize>Drag the corner inwards. When you’re done, hit Enter. Right click on our shape>Rasterize Layer Bring the shape below the text layer. Head down and hit mask. Have the mask selected. Hold CTRL + click the text layer to make a selection of the text. Make sure you’re still on the mask. Head up to Select>Modify>Expand. Expand by>8px. Then OK. Have your foreground set to black. Make sure you’re still on the mask. Then hit ALT + Backspace. CTRL + D to deselect. Right click on the mask>Apply Layer Mask. I’m going to rename the shape to Triangle. Right click on any of the layer effects>Copy Layer Style. Select the Triangle layer. Right click on the layer>Paste Layer Style. Head down and create a new layer. Rename it to Shadows. Set your foreground to black. Select your Brush Tool. (B) Select a brush with soft edges. Drop the Brush opacity to about 25%. Carefully start adding shadows to the surrounding areas. Avoid the center, since there’s light. You can also bring the brush opacity down for desired results. I’ll stick with 80%. Click on our level layer. Then head down and create a new layer. Rename this new layer to More Light. Change the Blend Mode to Overlay. Change the Blend Mode to Overlay. Change the Blend Mode to Overlay. Change the foreground color to blue. Code:00a2ff Then hit OK. Set the Brush Opacity to about 25%. Carefully start adding light to the background. That looks pretty good. Select our top Shadow layer. CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + E (Merge all visible layers) Change the Blending Mode>Color Dodge. Right click on the top layer>Convert to Smart Object. Head up to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur Radius: 20 Pixels. Then hit OK. This will give a brighter neon glow. Have the top layer selected. Head down and create a new layer. I will rename this layer to clouds. Foreground black, background white. Head up to Filter>Render>Clouds. Change the Blend Mode>Screen. Drop the opacity to about 10%. Head down and hit Mask. Change the foreground color to black. Select the Brush Tool. Select a brush with soft edges. Start masking the clouds. I will mainly mask in the center. I’ll bring down the opacity to about 7% Bring the clouds layer below Layer 1. I’m going to start making wires. Select our More Light layer. Then create a new layer. I will rename it to Wire. Head over and select our Pen Tool. I will start right here. Take your time. I don’t want the wire to look straight. Add some bends and curves. Here’s the start of the wire. Foreground set to black. Brush Tool selected. Select a brush with hard edges. Change the size to about 7px. This will be the size of the wire. Select the Pen Tool again. (P) Right click>Stroke Path. Tool: Brush | Simulate Pressure checked. Then hit OK. Right click>Delete Path. It should be on it’s own layer. Head down and select FX>Blending Options. Next, click on Inner Glow. Blend Mode: Normal. Change the color to white. Change the opacity to about 15%. Center Checked. Size: 6px. Click on Drop Shadow. Opacity 50%. Distance 6px | Spread: 10% | Size: 13px. Then hit OK. Click on our text layer. Then hit Mask. Foreground set to black. Then select your Brush Tool. Select a brush with hard edges. Mask out the top slightly. I’ve made 3 more wires using the same technique as I showed you. Click on our top layer. CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + E (Merge all visible layers) Rename it to Merged. Head up to Filter>Sharpen>Smart Sharpen. Amount: 75%. Radius: 1.0px. Then hit OK. Next, I will add some orbs/dust to the project. Create a new adjustment layer>Gradient Map. I will use a bright gradient. Then hit OK. Change the Blend Mode>Screen. Then drop the opacity to about 2-5%. Experiment with different gradients. I hope you learned something. Thx for watching!