An illustration of a weird clock

 
As next step I will copy my red gradient layer with all its layer styles and apply twirl filter to it.

Filters>Distort>Twirl.

An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock

And there we go.

An illustration of a weird clock

I will now switch off all the layer styles that have been made to my previous layer.

They are turned off.

And I will apply new filter to my top copy.

An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock
  


I did it to form some kind of texture.

Here we go. As you can, and if you don't believe me that our texture spread through all the working area, and we don't need it. I need the texture to fill only my round object.

To do it I will use Round Selection Tool.

Just select the object, than select inverse and erase.

An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock

+ To that I will change my bevel light source and the layer itself layer mode.

An illustration of a weird clock

Now I will use a filter, Radial blur to my top layer.

An illustration of a weird clock

   


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