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How to Create This Amazing Artwork of a Great Enchantress in Photoshop

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Step 47

Let’s remove the stand from under the lamps. Each layer add a layer mask and with the brush remove holders.

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Step 48

Our lamp ready. Now start adding them fire! Create a new layer. Select the Brush Tool (B) and set settings: Size: 300px, Hardness: 0% Opacity: 60%, Flow: 100%.

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Step 49

Now set the color # d73d28 and put the dot several times in the same place on both spot lamps.

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Step 51

Change the blending mode to Overlay in the Layers palette.

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Step 52

Now add the source of the fire in the lamp. Create a new layer and select Brush Tool. Set settings: Size: 300px, Hardness: 0% Opacity: 60%, Flow: 100%. Set the color # d73d28 and put the dot several times in the same place on both spot lamps as shown in Figure.

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Step 53

Change the blending mode to Hard Light in the Layers palette.

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Step 54

Effect of light and burning we have created. It remains to add smoke. For realism, we will use ready brushes (Source for download at the beginning of the article). Begin to add to our library of smoke brushes. To do this, click on the tab Brush Presets. Top of this window there is a small button (shown) of additional features. Click on it.

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In the drop-down menu, select load brushes and specify the path where they are on your computer.

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Step 55

Our brush loaded! Now in window Brush Presets, select the brush smoke what you like. I use this.

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Brush settings: Size: 675px, Hardness: 0% Opacity: 100%, Flow: 100%, color: #dfdfdf, angle: 11° I deliberately did not choose white, because gray will look slightly more realistic than white.

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Step 56

I added more smoke another smoke brush. Tinctures remain the same brush. Here is the result.

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Step 57

Now proceed to the very delicate and important parts of the image – creating a model. Go to File > Place and select the image of model. Now reduce the size put it at the source of the waterfall.

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Step 58

Add a layer with the model in a group. Name it “Model”.

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Step 59

Add a layer mask to a layer with the model. Select Brush Tool (B) with settings: Size: 150px, Hardness: 25% Opacity: 100%, Flow: 100%. Thoroughly clean background. Try not to remove parts of the costume.image64

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Add the following picture with the model Go to File > Place and select the image of model. Very important to follow the sequence of overlay models differently nothing will turn.

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Step 61

Resize to the size of our model and reflect both models horizontally. Clamp the Shift and click the short key Ctrl+ T, Right click in any field pattern and in drop-down list, select Flip Horizontal.

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Step 62

add a mask to layer with second model.

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Then remove the background with brush in these settings: Size: 150px, Hardness: 0% -100% Opacity: 100%, Flow: 100%. Blue boxes it that you want to remove.

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Try to fit the size of the models that they were identical. To do this, transform it, if needed. Remove the background near the dress very carefully! Change the settings hardness brush. Around the model should not be a glow, so remove unnecessary only a very hard brush. This selection of the second model.

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