Create Realistic Smoke
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Learn how to create realistic smoke with Photoshop. Set your Foreground and Background colors to Black & White respectively...
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This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to create realistic smoke in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to create a smoke text effect in Photoshop in just a few easy steps. We will be using the Smudge Tool to make the text look like smoke. To create a smoke text effect, you’ll need: Adobe Photoshop, Smoke brush set, League Gothic font...
Smoke trails are elegant, beautiful, and amazing to watch. Thin wisps of smoke dancing through the air reveal just how fluid our atmosphere really is. The effect is deceptively simple, and the dynamics of it are dizzyingly complex. Recreating believable smoke in a digital environment is no easy task. However, capturing the practical effect is a much easier prospect. In this quick tip, I'll share a technique that I use to create stunningly beautiful custom smoke brushes in Adobe Photoshop.
Create abstract art with this set of 108 Photoshop brushes of real smoke. These naturally shaped smoke brushes can be used individually or stacked on top of another.
This video tutorial shows you how to create and photograph actual smoke tendrils that you can then use to create a Photoshop brush. I start with the materials required for it and how to set up for the effect, and then delve into the techniques for creating and capturing some beautiful smoke tendrils.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to process your smoke photographs using Photoshop. This is a follow up to the tutorial on How to Photograph Smoke Step by Step Tutorial. If you want to know how to photograph smoke, please read the previous article and then come back to this tutorial when you're done
I will show you how to create smoke in Photoshop.
A big thing that you see in graphic design at the moment is the use of smoke stphotography, these photos look really good but look a lot better when you mess about with them in Photoshop.
I was so impressed the day I saw this "smoke art" photo effect. I decided to recreate it using Photoshop and ended up with the result shown below. Seems complicated? Keep on reading and you'll be surprised how easy it is to do, thanks to the Smoke Brushes from Photoshop Tutorials.
This tutorial shows how you can create those kind of smoke fading effects that we often get to see in science-fiction movies.