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The basic problem is not on the realm of Paint Shop, you have a bigger one. No normal photo in the world has the 3D information to do this. You need a real 3D model. No religious discussion intended, but an example on how a 3D portrait looks like is this: Where the shadow areas and the bright ones give a height info. Normally dark for deeper parts. That ...


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This question is somehow wrong in many ways but warrants an answer nonetheless to get you onto the right track. There is no image when you have no post processing of the Lanczos filter. See the filter just turns the image into a continuous function. This in itself does nothing visible as this function needs to be used somehow to mean something Image 1: ...


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Here's a quick tut. Create background with darker color then desired font. I used black. The write with chosen font what you want. Add stroke, I've chosen 4pt. Copy text, paste in place (shift+ctrl"cmd"+v). Remove stroke and change color to "shadowy" (20K in my case). Paste text again. remove stroke, change to white and move it up and left "a notch"...


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When you use the transform effect to create a number of copies, the transformations are cumulative, so the transforms are applied to the result of the previous copy, not the original object. They have to be, otherwise they would just stack and you'd only see one copy no matter how many copies you set. For example, you set a horizontal move of 100pt with a ...


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To start & keep it simple > flatten your image and go to RGB mode. Open the channels palette and select the Red channel only. It should be the only selected channel (should be light-blue). Create a selection and move the selection & artwork around a bit. Now go back to the RGB channel (all should be light-blue). Now do the same for the other channels....


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if you're not bound by Photoshop and know a thing or two about Illustrator maybe you can try creating your own flames in it. Here under this link you'll find a tutorial for creating a vector-based 3d burning match. You can skip to the part where author focuses on creation of flames.



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