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Fire Tutorial



Hello Guyz! I returned with some new art and tutorials! )

PhotoShop CS6 | Wacom Intuos 4

Thanx to my friend :iconquentinlars: He helps me with my baAad English :)

My last works ------>

Vkontakte -----> [link]

Have a nice day! :)
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:star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact


The process you work out here is smooth and understandable. I enjoy how you put in the complementary colours as well, so people will understand more fully that a fire is not just formed through shades of orange.


Well, fire tutorials aren't very original. However, what strikes this as original could be the way you also added symbols. The way you draw fire is elegant.


I really love the way you draw flames, with the intricate and elegant flames reaching up towards the sky. As science always says, heat rises! I wouldn't wanna see the flames actually going down. My whole education would have been a lie then. Anyway, the way you work out the process of drawing the fire is truly extravagant. You bring the fire to life through the way you draw it, starting as a simple sketch to a gorgeous blaze. I especially love the specks of flame that add to the atmosphere of the finalized picture. The ring of flame adds to the lighting in the picture, and this makes the artwork have life breathed into it.


Well, the picture definitely did not have a striking impact on my life. However, when you look at the finalized picture, you can practically hear the crackling of the flame burning the wood. I find it extremely well-done how you breathe such life into this picture. Despite the fierce nature of fire, you make it appear soothing, much like a camp fire. I enjoy the tone and quality of the way you lay this out, and it certainly does make you feel the warmth of the fire.