Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
Dude,follow these steps and u will make it.
1)first, make a new layer and set your foreground color to a light tone of grey which suits the color of smoke and the background color to black to have a stark contrast.
2)make ur foreground color active.press alt + backspace on the keyboard by making sure the new layer is active.
3)go to the filters menu and choose noise>add noise.
4)play around with the noise values until u have a clear contrast in the add noise area.
5)click ok, and go back to the filter menu, blur>motion blur. increase the value just slightly.
6)now, u will have a kind of a rainy effect.all u have to do now is to go to filter menu>liquify and choose a slightly medium sized brush and warp the layer to ur heart's content until u get a shape of the smoke. At this stage, it looks somewhat like smoke, but to add more reality, reduce the opacity values slightly to see the real effect of a smoke.
7)if u want to see the smoke more clearly, just adjust the levels in the levels command.enjoy!!
7)thank you! If you have further doubts, please make sure u post a question, we are here to help u!!!!!!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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