Monday, June 15, 2009

Fire Text effect using Photoshop!!!

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In this Photoshop tutorial we are going to create a Fire Text Effect.
The final output is going to be like this :


Step 1: Let's start. Create a new document.
Step 2: Fill the background with black. Select the type tool and create a white text.
Step 3: Go to Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur and when it asks to rasterize,choose yes.Then apply these following setting :


Step 4: Now create the flames, select the smudge tool and choose 17PX soft brush by right clicking anywhere on the image.

Open the Brush panel and use these following setting:
The output till now, would look like this :
Step 5: Click on the Adjustment Layer button at the bottom of the layers pallet and select Color Balance.

Set the following Midtones, Shadows and Highlights Settings:

Midtones Setting:

Shadows Setting:

Highlights Setting:
Step 6:Now, create a new text layer on top of that fire layer using exact same font and size as you did in the first step, but this time, use black for the color. Place this text layer on top of the fire layer.
Step 7: In the final setup, select the new text layer and go to blending options and choose 'Overlay'.
Need any other help in Photoshop? Feel free to contact me..




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1 comments:

Joe said...
December 25, 2009 at 10:28 PM  

Fantastic explanation and the output is very nice..
Thank you so much for posting it..
:D

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