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Ignite The Flame Tutorial
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Published: June 22, 2011
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My Ignite The Flame sig has been getting a lot of buzz, so I figured I would make a tutorial for it. I hope you all enjoy it, and learn something useful!

Check it out on the Sig Resource and Signature Lab forums!

If you like the tutorial, and want to :+fav: the signature, here is the link to Ignite The Flame.
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KleptoPrincess's avatar
KleptoPrincess|Student Digital Artist
Great tutorial, enjoyed it :D 
Here is mine:
kleptoprincess.deviantart.com/…
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool result. Glad I could help out. :)
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MoshMoshy's avatar
great thanks :D
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are welcome. :)
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pinkbear0711's avatar
like it so much...do you have all the c4d that you can share with us?
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sorry man, I don't have many of my old resources anymore.
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iSaith's avatar
iSaith|Hobbyist General Artist
Epic stuff.
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SimpleGFX's avatar
Sweet! Thanks for the share :D
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome.
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Luniac99's avatar
That is awesome. Gonna try this out.
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you. :P
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Marcos-Inu|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice one.
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks.
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Exps|Student Interface Designer
Smzary,
This is awesome..
I'm going to become a watcher of you.
Very nice work.

Also,
Do you have any recommended clip masking tutorials?
I cannot seem to do it very well.. :\
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
The clipping mask tutorial is actually quite simple. As I don't know of any off the top of my head, I'll just explain to you briefly here.

For the first layer, make sure it is a transparent empty layer. Take out your splatter brush and put it in there wherever you'd like. Next, take a stock image. You are mainly just looking for the colors you specifically want over the splatter brush. Place it directly over the splatter brush layer. Right click the stock image layer and click on "Create Clipping Mask". Then, move that stock image layer around until it looks good where you want it. You will most likely need to duplicate that stock image layer, and erase some parts to make specific parts of the splatter brush to look how you want to. Just keep playing with that until you get what you would like to see.

Hope that helps. Thanks for the watch mate.
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Exps|Student Interface Designer
Ohh alright,
Thanks a ton bud.
Much appreciated.
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TerrorKitty79's avatar
ty for share
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smrzy|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome.
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