Take the next instrument (Horizontal Type Tool
). Insert black color on the upper panel, choose the type Ogilvie Cyr and write the necessary words. Make several of such layers with different text in one row. Create the text's mirror reflection, using the command Edit ? Transform ? Flip Horizontal
. Set the text in a vertical line then, applying the command Edit ? Free Transform
. Get to the Liquify
Make the text look wavy as it would imitate the hair, using Twirl Clockwise Tool
and Bloat Tool
Merge all the text's layers (Layer ? Merge Down
) and copy the new layer: Layer ? Duplicate Layer
to create the words' shadows. Blur a little the new layer that you've got after merging them, applying the command Filter ? Blur ? Gaussian Blur
, move it a little, corresponding to the words' position. Minimize the layer's visibility on Layers window.
Now we have to put over the smoke picture. We have to take first several different pictures showing the smoke and set each of them on a new layer above the basic one. It is necessary to open the picture in a new file, mark it with Rectangular Marquee Tool
and copy Edit ? Copy
(ctrl+c). Get back to the processed picture's file and set it on a new layer: Edit ? Paste
Make it look white with next combination: Image ? Adjustments ? Invert
(ctrl+I), and change it's position on the necessary one: Edit ? Free Transform
(ctrl+T). Change the type of each smoke's layer on Lighten.
Set the design now, suing the brushes (you may download them from http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/33101426/?qo=5&
). Introduce the brushes in a special map Brushes and put it in the Photoshop program's map. Take the Brush Tool
and download the necessary brushes in the window on the upper panel. To get back to the standard brushes' collection, choose in the same window Reset Brushes option.
Make the design near the lowest photo's edge. Copy three times this layer (Layer ? Duplicate Layer
) and apply the next combination: Edit ? Free Transform
(ctrl+t) to turn it around. Place it near each of the composing parts. Merge the design's layers, copy the layer that you've got, blur it a little and change the layer's type on Multiply