Photoshop – Creating Fire text

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Photoshop - creating Fire text
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1) Make a new file 300×300.
2) Add a new layer and fill with a black background. Then select the type tool .Type your text and fill with white.
Photoshop - creating Fire text
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3) Deselect the text. Then rotate your text by choosing Edit > Transform > Rotate 90° CW.(This is to make the flames on top.If you want the flames on right side avoid this step.).
4) Next go to Filters > Stylize > Wind.Select the direction,From the left, if you want the flames to appear on the right side of the text. Choose the amount and size.(Here I’ve selected, Amount: 50% and Size: Medium.)
Photoshop - creating Fire text
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6) Then rotate your text by choosing Edit > Transform > Rotate 90° CCW.
7) Then to add the fire color to the flames, set the Mode of the image to Indexed Color. For that, go to Image > Mode > Indexed Color and then go to Image > Mode > Color Table and choose Black Body from the options you’re given. Click ok.
Photoshop - creating Fire text
To make fire flames like this, avoid the step 3
Photoshop - creating Fire text
If you want the flames all around repeat step3 4 times.

Another Method

Photoshop - creating Fire text 1) Make a new300x300 file with black background color.
2) Select the type tool .and type your text in white color.
3) Next go to Filters > Stylize > Wind.Apply the filter in the same direction twice.
4) Then rotate the image (go to IMAGE > ROTATE CANVAS and rotate your image 90 degree’s CW) and apply the wind filter again. You might want to apply the filter in the same direction twice.
5) Rotate the image again until you get all 4 directions of your image with the wind filter.
Photoshop - creating Fire text 6) Apply FILTER > BLUR > MOTION BLUR. Click OK when promoted to rasterise the type.
7) Choose FILTER > DISTORT > RIPPLE. Choose the size and amount.(Here i used small size, 60%)
Photoshop - creating Fire text 8) Go to IMAGE > MODE > GRAYSCALE and discard color information.
9) Then go to IMAGE > MODE > INDEX COLOR and apply it.
10) Then go to IMAGE > MODE > COLOR TABLE. From the drop down menu choose “BLACK BODY”, and click OK
Photoshop Fire text 11)And then change it back to RGB mode (IMAGE > MODE > RGB COLOR). And then type the exact same thing over again with the same font and font size.

 

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