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fire tutorial in photoshop

Discussion in 'Adobe' started by signmeup, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    Lots of you probably already know how to do this but I didn't. It taught me a lot. I found it fairly easy to follow the instructions on the site. Here's the link:
    http://photoshop-dragon.com/default.htm I plan on going through all the tutorials as time permits....got to learn Photoshop somehow.

    Adrian
     

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  2. WhiskeyDreamer

    WhiskeyDreamer Professional Snow Ninja

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    that's the biggest problem i have....all the learning tools i find are for photoshop.....and i run photopaint from the corel suite....
     
  3. Ian Stewart-Koster

    Ian Stewart-Koster Active Member

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    There are lots of fire tutorials about, but that specific technique is the best, in my opinion!

    I use the smudge tool rather than the liquify filter- it works that way in older versions of P'shop too, which don't have liquify as an option.
     
  4. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    Maybe you could post question on where to get Corel Photopaint tutorials.

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  5. Craig Sjoquist

    Craig Sjoquist Major Contributor

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    since I've been going to school ..for adobe cs2 and the others ...not sure if I like or want to buy adobe ..... at present I perfer PCs over Mac
    also perfer corel draw X3 over adobe cs2

    although more reseach is needed, I've really just begun

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  6. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    That explains why I couldn't find the liquify command! I used the smudge tool too.

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  7. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    I use a PC.

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