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Old 20-04-2009
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How to add Fire Effect to a TEXT in photoshop

Hey ,, i work on Photoshop for a small organisation. Today i need to make a text looks like fire. Don't have much knowledge about photoshop. Could you guys help me out in adding fire effect to a text in photoshop.

Please help. its urgent..
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Re: How to add Fire Effect to a TEXT in photoshop

No problem,, Burning text is a great looking special effect and it can be achieved with relative ease in Photoshop. Even a glossy looking surface reflection is easy to pull off. Now lets start the process:-
  • First take a black page
  • Insert Text what ever u want.
  • Now Duplicate both the background and text image by right clicking on them and selecting the duplicate option. And arrange it one by one
  • Select the top layer and rotate from the option ; Image / rotate canvas / 90 degree CCW.
  • Now select the top layer and then click ; Filters / stylize / wind. [to give wind effect].
  • It will ask for rasteriz give ok and it will show optional settings just press ok.
  • Again 3 times u have to give the same command ; filters / wind or Ctrl+F.
  • [to have a lengthy effect].It will give a wind feel to the image.
  • Now u have to rotate back to normal that is ; Image / rotate canvas / 90 degree CW.
  • Now go to ; Filters / Blur / Gaussian Blur and press ok in the option box.
  • [this will give blur effect which will improve the texture effect]
  • Select both the layers usin Ctrl key of layers and press ; Ctrl+E to merge the layer.[merging will make ur work less and easy to handle]
  • Now select the top layer and press ; Ctrl+U which is Hue & Saturion shortcut. Select Colorize, give Hue as 34 which is orange color then saturation as 100 then ok [here 34 is standard no for orange color][simillarly u can keep in mind of other colors code][Remember RGB & CMYK will have there own codes]
  • Duplicate the top layer. Press ok.Now select the top new layer which has been created now and press ; Ctrl+U which is again Hue/Saturation option. Select Colorize, give saturation as 100 and then ok.
  • Now Select the top layer and change the normals to color dodge.
  • Select both the layer and press Ctrl+E which is merge option.
  • Now take the lower text layer above and change the text color to black. Now double click on the text layer and u will get an option of Layer Style, her u tick the inner glow option and change the color to orange
  • Go to ; Filters / Liquify shortcut is Ctrl+shift+x.[in this u can make the image a feel of dragging the colors with finger]
  • Do How ever u want the effect by clicking and dragging if u r satisfied press ok or cancel it and again u can re do it.

Thats it..
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Re: How to add Fire Effect to a TEXT in photoshop

interesting!! I like the tutorial when I personally followed the instruction. wonderful result!! Thank You.
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Re: How to add Fire Effect to a TEXT in photoshop

Thanks for the sharing the solution friend... Its really gonna help me lot..

Thank you..
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