Stroking the composite flames


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Stroking the composite flames

In this movie, we're going to take our many flame layers, which look great against this black background, but if I take away the background, we're starting to lose some definition. And we're going to stroke all of the flames as a group to create this kind of xerography effect, as in a Xerox machine. So, I'll go and switch over to my image so far. And I'll turn the black back layer back on and then I'll go ahead and turn these layers off. The layers above the flames because for the moment we don't need them.

And we never need the hands template group ever again. So, I'm going to select it and press the Backspace key to get rid of it. And we're going to be doing a lot of file cleanup to try to reduce the size of these incremental files as we move along. Now I'll switch over to the channels panel, and speaking of file reduction, notice that we've got a couple of masks here. We're done with those, we've got backups, so I'm going to select both of them...

Stroking the composite flames
Video duration: 7m 43s 4h 57m Intermediate

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Stroking the composite flames provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Designing a Retro-Style Superhero

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Design
Software:
Illustrator Photoshop
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