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81 - Class Project - Smoke effect

Questions & Comments

Lesley Smith - 7 months ago


Juanita - 7 months ago

Found this hard to make look any good...I think this technique might take a while to get right. :-S

Juanita - 7 months ago

Here is another attempt...

Ron Doran - 7 months ago

My Smoke Effect Project

Kamran - 6 months ago

class project

XINJUAN DENG - 6 months ago


Juan Zapata - 4 months ago

smoke effect

Roman - 2 months ago

Releasing some cosmic pressure

Tsvetelina Despotova - 2 months ago

smokinng effect :)

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Hi there, this class project I've given you a couple of example files, just to practice what we learned in the last video. So we're using the exact same techniques. You open up, in your 'Exercise Files', '14 Brushes', open up '05' and '06'. Just copy what we did in that first tutorial, where we dragged the galaxy on. Masked it out and then masked it back in using some of those Smoke Brushes. You don't have to use Smoke Brushes, you might go and find your own brushes to use. I'm sure there's some better Smoke Brushes there somewhere. 
Once you're finished I'd love for you to share what you did. I haven't done this one myself so I'd like to see what you end up doing. She looks like a very empowered woman doing some empowering galaxy style stuff. You don't even have to use the galaxy, or this particular image. It works easy with the silhouette though if you can find another silhouette image. Does make life a lot easier for this tutorial. But, if you're like me, you go and find your own silhouette, you have to spend the first two minutes trying to work out how to spell silhouette. Even Google "did you mean" couldn't help me with this one. 
Enough about my spelling, let's get on to the homework. Then once you're finished, share it with me. And I will see you in the next video.

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