درس البيت المحترق* Light Your House On Fire window.google_render_ad(); Other titles I thought of

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    درس البيت المحترق* Light Your House On Fire

    السلاام عليكم ورحمة الله
    بينما انا تجول في بحور النات
    وجدت هذا الدرس الرائع
    فاردت ان انقله لكم

    هو درس اجنبي
    وانا آسف لعدم ترجمتي له
    وذلك لضيق الوقت

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    Light Your House On Fire

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    Other titles I thought of for this Photoshop fire tutorial were “Burning Down the House”, “The Roof Is On Fire”, and “Fire! Fire! Fire”, but then I realized how cliche that would be.I obtained my house photo from PhotoSpin.com
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    First we’ll isolate the house by selecting it and putting it on it’s own layer [Ctrl + J]. Hide the background layer and open your Channels palette [Window > Channels].
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    Hold the [Ctrl] key and click on the Channel that has the most contrast. Press [Ctrl + Shift + I] to inverse the selection.
    [​IMG]تم تصغير هذه الصورة. إضغط هنا لرؤية الصورة كاملة. الحجم الأصلي للصورة هو 451 * 291.[​IMG]
    Click on the RGB channel to return to normal. Go back to your Layers Palette and create a new Solid Color Adjustment layer. Make the color white.
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    Go to [Image > Rotate Canvas > 90° CW]. Then go to [Filter > Stylize > Wind].
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    Run the Wind Filter 1 or 2 more times by pressing [Ctrl + F]. Rotate the canvas back by going [Image > Rotate Canvas > 90° CCW].
    Create a new Solid Color Adjustment layer and make the color a burnt orange-red, fire type of color. I used #AB3D07. Set the Layer Mode to Color Burn.
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    Duplicate the layer you applied the Wind Filter to [Ctrl + J] and hide one of the copied layers. Select the Smudge Tool [R]. Go to the Brushes Palette [Window > Brushes].
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    Under “Shape Dynamics”, drag the Size Jitter up; Angle Jitter up; Roundness Jitter up. Click on “Scattering” and alter the settings until you get something similar to this:
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    Now start Smudging the layer. You should get an effect similar to this:
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    Unhide the layer you hid earlier. Run a slight Gaussian Blur [Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur] of around 2-pixels.
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    Now go to [Filter > Liquify] or [Ctrl + Shift + X]. Select the Twirl Clockwise Tool and lower Brushe Pressure to around 40%. Now add a little bit of craziness to your image.
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    You may want to add a slight Motion Blur [Filter > Blur > Motion Blur] or a slight Gaussian Blur [Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur] if you still have some harsh lines.
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    Now create another Solid Color Adjustment layer below your “fire” layers. Make the color something similar to your fire color or darker. I used #522A04. Use the Brush Tool with a Black foreground to paint away some of the areas of the house, so that certain areas show through. You might want to lower the Layer Opacity too.
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    That’s pretty much it. I know I might have gotten a little confusing with the Layers, so here’s a shot of my Layers Palette for reference.
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