How to make Fireball in Photoshop?

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Fire behind any object, you must have read these kind of Tutorials, but this Tutorial is different from all those. It is very long Tutorial so Enjoy.

1. Take a new very big file, I’m going to take 2400 x 2400 px size with 72 resolution and RGB mode:

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Save this file and give its name as background.

2. Fill this layer with Black color and press Ctrl+J to duplicate it:

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3. Run the command Filter >> Render >> Difference Cloud,

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4. Press Ctrl+F to repeat this command, unless you get Satisfactory clouds:

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5. Run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Level or press Ctrl+L and give the following settings:

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you will get this:

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6. Now run the command Filter >> Render >> Lighting Effects and give the following settings:

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you will get this:

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7. Now again run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Levels or press Ctrl+L, but this time select Red in Channel and give the following settings:

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you will get the following result:

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8. Now again run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Levels or press Ctrl+L, now this time select Green in Channel and give the following settings:

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here you will get :

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9. Now run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Levels or press Ctrl+L once more time and this time select Blue from Channel and give the following settings:

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you will get this:

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10. Now create new layer and fill it with White color:

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11. Run the command Filter >> Render >> Fibers and give the following settings:

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you will get this:

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12. Now run the command Filter >> Blur >> Radial Blur and give the following settings:

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You will get this effect:

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13. Goto Layer Panel and select Hard Light instead of Normal and give opacity to 65%:

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This effect will come:

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14. Now run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Level or press Ctrl+L and give the following settings:

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you will get this result:

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15. Now select Layer 1 and run the command Filter >> Distort >> Displace, hit ok and select your Current opened file and hit Open button:

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you will get this:

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16. While keep activating the Layer 1, run the command Filter >> Distort >> Glass and give the following settings:

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you will get this result:

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17. Take Eyedropper tool and pick Yellow color from the picture:

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18. Run the command Select >> Color Range and adjust the following settings:

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here you will get:

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19. Create new layer and fill it with White color:

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20. Press Ctrl+D to deselect and run the command Filters>> Blur>> Radial Blur, give the following settings:

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21. Now select Layer 1 and run the command Image >> Adjustment >> Levels and give the following settings:

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you will get this:

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22. Select Layer 1, Layer 2 and Layer 3 and press Ctrl+E to merge all these layers:

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23. Now press Ctrl+A to select all and press Ctrl+Shift+C (or run the command Edit >> Copy Merged), go to Channel panel, create new layer there and press Ctrl+V in new layer Alpha1:

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here the result would be:
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24. While keep selecting Alpha 1 channel, at the bottom of the Channel Panel click on Load Channel as button:

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press Ctrl+Shift+I, your selection would be like this:

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25. Select RGB again and come back to Layer panel.Create New Layer and fill it with Red color #3C1111, and Set the transfer mode of this layer to Hard Light and keep its opacity as 100%.

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26. Merge this layer with previous one:

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27. Take Brush Tool and keep Black color in the foreground (by pressing D), brush the borders area of the file like:

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28. Run the command Filter >> Distort >> Polar Coordinate and select Polar to Rectangular and click ok:

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This result will occur:

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29. Press Ctrl+T and right click on it and select Flip Vertical, now reduce the size from top to bottom and press <Enter> key.

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30. Press Ctrl+T again, reduce the size and change the angle to 90 and press <Enter> key.

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31. Now run the command Filter >> Distort >> Shear and make the curve like this:

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This result will come:

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32. Now press Ctrl+T again and change its angle back to its normal position. While using Ellipse tool draw an ellipse over this file (don’t forgot to keep its color black).

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33. Duplicate file layer and press Ctrl+T and flip vertical and then reduce its size and put it at the bottom of Circle like:

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34. Now run the command Filter >> Distort >> Polar Coordinate this time select Rectangular to Polar and hit ok:

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35. Now press Ctrl+T and adjust this layer like this:

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36. Select Circle layer and apply the following Styles: (By using Layer >> Layer Styles >> Bevel and Emboss command), give the following settings:

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Here is the final Result:

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