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Texto de Fuego en Photoshop

1 . Comenzamos con una imagen nueva de 300x150 pixels de tamaño, aproximadamente. Color de fondo blanco y modo en escala de grises. En la foto de abajo se enseña como debe ponerse. Advertencia : Es importante poner el modo en Escala de grises o no funcionará el tutorial.


2 . Rellenamos la imagen de negro y después con la herramienta de texto escribimosnuestro texto usando color blanco y un tamaño de letra grande (pues es un efecto que sale mejor en texto ancho). Luego vamos a Capa>Rasterizar>Texto y a continuación a Capa>Acoplar imagen
Texto de Fuego en Photoshop

3 . Seguidamente vamos a Imagen>Rotar lienzo>90° ACD Image>Rotate canvas>90°ACD , tras lo cual vamos a Imagen>Ajustes>Invertir Image>Adjust>Invert. Le aplicamos ahora elfiltro de viento: Filtro>Estilizar>Viento Filter>Stylize>Wind y en la opciones elegir desde la derecha . De nuevo vamos a Imagen>Ajustes>Invertir Image>Adjust>Invert


4 . Aplicamos 2 veces más el efecto de viento Filtro>Estilizar>Viento Filter>Stylize>Wind . Y rotamos la imagen a su posición original Imagen>Rotar lienzo>90°AC Image>Rotate canvas>90°AC
Texto de Fuego en Photoshop5 . A continuación vamos a Filtro>Distorsionar>Rizo Filter>Distort>Ripple y le asignamos un valor de 100 (este valor es opcional podeis experimentar con otros)


6 . Para terminar vamos a Imagen>Modo>Color indexado Image>Mode>Indexed colors y después a Imagen>Modo>Tabla de color Image>Mode>Color table y elegimos la tabla Cuerpo negro Black body .



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Reflective Liquid type
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Tutorials on creating metal type abound online, as do variations on simple liquid effects. Most are fairly short, offering a good foundation for the reader on how certain effects are achieved but fail to take that extra step (or few steps) to make the piece really shine...
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Reflective Liquid Type by Al Ward

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Tutorials on creating metal type abound online, as do variations on simple liquid effects. Most are fairlyshort, offering a good foundation for the reader on how certain effects are achieved but fail to take that extra step (or few steps) to make the piece really shine. Once you have an idea of how different techniques fit together in a piece, it is fairly easy to combine, say, the process to create metal and the process to create liquid to create something that exists in both sides of the FX map.


1Create a new image with the following attributes:
 Width: 11 inches
 Height: 11 inches
 Resolution: 300 ppi, 8bit
 Background Color: White
 Color Mode: RGB (Important or it won'r work)

2
Since the desired effect is to appear liquefied, a font that appears to have been made with a crayon or round brush will work perfectly. Select the Type tool and open the Character palettefrom the Options bar. The font I’ve chosen is called ‘WallowHmkBold’… if you do not have this installed on your system just use the font of your choice. The attributes for the characters are seen below:

3

Note that the color is gray in the #666666 range and NOT stark black.
Type a word across the face of the image.

4

Rasterize the type layer, then paint a few additional gray dotsaround the type.

5
Open the Channels palette and duplicate a channel… the Blue channel will work fine. Go to Image>Adjustments>Invert.

6
Open the Filter menu and select Blur>Gaussian Blur. First, blur the channel at a 25 pixel radius. Blur the channel again at a radius of 15 pixels.


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Turn on all the other layers (Click the eye to the left of RGB)

Turn off the Blue copy...
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