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  • palms
    started a blog post fire explosion brush

    fire explosion brush

    I made this brush using a tut by corey baker

    use on a separate layer then
    add layer styles

    outer glow > red > 100% opacity > blendmode hard light

    inner glow > orange yellow > 100% opacity > blendmode > hard light
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