In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a fiery collision effect in outer space using Photoshop. We will learn how to create a flaming meteor collision photo manipulation.

Flaming Meteor Collision effect Photoshop Tutorial

Tutorial Details

Program: Photoshop CS5

Estimated Completion Time: 30 Minutes


Tutorial Assets


Now we have everything we need we can start.

Step 1:- Open your Photoshop and create a new file with 2000px Width and 2000px Height.

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Step 2:- Now for the background, select the “Gradient Tool” and click on Gradient editor. Then adjust the color stops. Keep the color #000000 on left and # 2a270f on right.

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Step 3:- Now create a new layer, for this click on Layer> New> Layer. And use star brushes randomly on the background with different colors. I’ve used # 505b63 and 443341.

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Step 4:- Open the earth image then copy and paste the earth on our main file. And now we’ll add some outer glow to our earth so for this click on Layer> Layer style> Outer Glow.

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Step 5:- Now once again create a new layer and select the “soft round brush” with foreground color #f16523. Use it on the upper right corner of our earth.

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Now change the “Blending mode” of the layer to “Color”.

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Step 6:- Now open the flame image and paste it on the upper right corner as well. And this time change the blending mode to “Overlay”.

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Step 7:-Select the “Ellipse Tool” and create a small circle, fill it with #ffffff. Now we need to add outer glow to our circle so click on Layer> Layer style> Outer Glow.

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Step 8:- Now open the Blue earth image and paste it on top of our circle.

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Step 9:- Once again we need to use some of the star brushes. So select the star brush with foreground color #ffffff and use it to create the smoke.

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Step 10:- Create another new layer. Then select soft round brush and use on the upper right corner over the blue earth with color # f5901d and #ffffff.

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Now change the blending mode to “Color”.

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Step 11:- Now copy and paste the flame all over our meteorite. And change the blending mode to “Overlay”.

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Step 12:- Create a new layer, and then change the foreground color to # ef6422. Select the Soft Round brush and use it on the lower right side. And then change the blending mode to “Color”.

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Step 13:- Now copy white circle we have created above and paste it on the lower right corner. And reduce the opacity to 50%.

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Step 14:- Now once again paste the flames on it and change the blending mode to “Overlay”.

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Step 15:- Create another layer and select a star brush and use it with fore ground color # ffffff. Then click on Layer> Layer Style> Outer Glow. And add outer glow to our start with color # ffa200.

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Step 16:- Now select the “Lasso Tool” and select a few pieces of the earth. Then copy and paste them randomly. You can also add texture to some or a little bit of drop shadow.

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Step 17:- Now once again paste the flames over it and change the blending mode to “Overlay”.

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And now our Fiery Cosmic Collision Effect photo manipulation is done. We hope you guys enjoyed it and learned how to create a poweful visual impact with this tutorial!

 

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