Realistic Smoke Effects
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Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Learn how to create realistic smoke with Photoshop. Set your Foreground and Background colors to Black & White respectively...
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Learn how to create realistic smoke effects.
Did you ever want to create the illusion of smoke in your photoshop artwork. There are many tutorials out there on creating smoke, but what I like most about this technique is that it provides the artist with full control over how the smoke behaves.
Well here you will be taught how to create a realistic smoke effect with Photoshop. We will need a close up image of a model...
This tutorial shows how you can create those kind of smoke fading effects that we often get to see in science-fiction movies.
In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at how to create subtle smoke-like effect. Whether you want to add steam, mist or vapor to your photos, you’ll definitely be putting this tutorial to good use from now on! Try it, the possibilities are endless!
Some time ago I had posted an article showing how to create a smoke effect in photoshop, and to achieve that I used a photo of smoke and some photoshop filters. However, some people had said at the time that I should have done the smoke as well and it´s exactly what I will show on this post right now.
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...
In this advanced tutorial you’ll make a dramatic photomanipuation of a burning fist with photoshop fire effects. You’ll learn how to make burning effect in photoshop, including create cracked skin textures, particle effects, scorched and burnt skin, glowing embers, smoke and flame effects. This is an intermediate level tutorial, so a fair level of competence in Photoshop is necessary in order to progress through it.