Part 2 of your Freedom Freebies is 10 Fireworks Brushes for Photoshop. Sizes range from 1400px to over 2400px. Download the ZIP file below.
This are nice brushes (which I originally found on Brusheezy.com) but I don’t understand how I can recreate the preview image above. When I draw with the brush it doesn’t have the white centre which really sets it off.
I assume this is something to do with multiple layers and blending modes? Can you provide any hints?
rtpHarry, I don’t remember exactly what I did, but it looks like I set the fireworks layers to Overlay. It’s possible I manually went in on a separate layer and painted a soft white in the center of the bursts and then set that layer to overlay.
Just experiment with blending modes.
I really cant figure it out
I’ve tried red brush, then white brush on diff layer and moved it around in all different ways with feather, contract, scaling it, using a slightly smaller brush, putting the white underneath and having the red as overlay, gone through every overlay style…
Nothing I have tried comes close to getting that white hot look running down the centre of each of the sprays of firework.
I still haven’t figured out how to recreate your effect. Is there anything you can do to help me please?
Also can I suggest moving the capture image above the textbox in your comment form. My autocomplete kicks in and covers up the image as it is at the moment
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