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Got a bit bored on my day off work yesterday, so I decided to look at a few photoshop tutorials, as im well out of touch..

Heres what I managed..



What do you think?

Ive overused that photo now (See avatar) so I need to get in the studio and think of something a bit more clever.

Ive been searching for a way to make my hand appear like its on fire.. Like a superhero power.. But its harder than it looks
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put the layer of the fire on top of the layer with your hand and make a mask on the fire layer then use a grey to take the fire off a little bit at a time.. that is a simple way... or instead of a mask you just erase with a opacity

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