Speed and flame Peugeot 908 RC wallpaper
This lesson I’ll try showing you how to give some speed and flame to a static car.
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Find a picture with a car like the next one:
Mark out the car’s wheel with the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M)
…then select the next selection: Filter>Blur>Radial Blur
We’ll get the effect of rotating wheel:
Next try to give the same effect to the second wheel.
Make a copy of this layer (Ctrl+J) and try to enlarge it by 20%, using the Free Transform option. Blur out the borders of the doors’ pole, of the backside light, of the wheels and the mirrors, using the Smudge Tool (R) for this operation. We need also to choose for this layer the next demonstrated Blending Mode.
We need to get the next result:
On a new layer we’ll insert with the brush a blue silhouette, using the next indicated color’s code:
Set the next indicated parameter:
We’ll get the next result on this stage:
Select now the Pen Tool (P) to draw a line along the car’s body, as you may see below:
Choose again the Smudge Tool (R) to blur out the line to give the effect of the smoke as it is represented below:
Find on this layer the Blending Options>Outer Glow by making a mouse click on the layer we work with on the layers’ panel, setting the next indicated parameters:
Pass on the next parameters:
We need to get a stream of flame:
On the next three new layers we need to paint the next demonstrated lines:
Blur them out as to get some real flame’s tongues:
Follow the next Blending Options parameters:
These parameters must be applied for the two layers demonstrated next picture:
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