Download Real Smoke Brushes
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.
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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.
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.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a smoke typography effect playing with some brushes and adjustment layers. It's a very easy tutorial and you will be able to do the whole process in 5-10 minutes.
Description: In this tutorial we’ll create a cool smoke dispersion effect that makes our model look like she’s disappearing into thin air! The meat of this tutorial is really the deep dive into creating a selection with the new Select and Mask feature in Photoshop and how you can change your workflow to adjust to the quirks and differences this tool brings to the table. We’ll also, of course, cover working with multiple masks, brushes, and customizing brushes to create the perfect smoke dispersion effect complete with a little color grading thanks to a Gradient Map Adjustment Layer. If you like Photoshop, you’re going to love this tutorial.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we will be making a monochromatic scene with the subject being a bird in flight with smoke surrounding its body. We will be using a high contrast stock image that we will manipulate and combine with smoke brushes.
This lesson I'll show you how to represent colored ornaments from the smoke by choosing a prepared set of brushes and certainly, the possibilities of the Photoshop program.
In this awesome episode, we will be learning how to create a smoke dispersion effect. This effect may look complicated but it’s actually very basic. Even for beginning levels. We will also be using free downloadable brushes which are included with this free tutorial.
Knowing how to make your own brushes comes in real handy when working in Photoshop. Learn how to create your own brushes using references and simple adjustments in the brush panel. Let’s get started!
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...
Learn to apply the Warp Tool effectively and a few other tricks to make smoke look like a skull. This technique has a variety of outcomes and works well with water, clouds and a whole bunch of other stuff. This is probably more for intermediate users, as I guide you through the process well, but not every Warp Grid point handle move.