This tutorial shows a fun text effect that builds upon some previous techniques that have been posted by Corey on the Planet site.

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  1. Piddez 23 February, 2009 at 13:27 Reply

    Before Photoshopplanet i was a nobody in photoshopart.
    After your tutorials i am significant better and all of my friends goes … whaaauuoo !!

    Keep up the good work.
    I think you are the best¨.

  2. Loopsta 24 February, 2009 at 10:38 Reply

    Corey, i think you may well be the first person to find something useful to do with the dissolve blend mode 😛 But seriously, what a great idea to get particle effects !

  3. vu tran 24 February, 2009 at 11:15 Reply

    i got to say this. this is a badazz tutorial on Photoshop. I always wanted to do some kinds of ignited or fire effect. I know the settings now. Thank you very much. Corey.

  4. Chris 25 February, 2009 at 04:06 Reply

    I have only recently found your website. Of all the tutorial websites that I have seen, this has to be one of the best! I try and visit this site at least once a day, as I find all the tips and pointers really useful! Keep up the brilliant work!

  5. Zack 25 February, 2009 at 09:26 Reply

    Way to rock the dissolve mode. I rarely see anyone utilize it and after recreating the tutorial myself, that last step totally sells this effect. That was a great last addition to this effect. Thank you!

  6. jorge 28 February, 2009 at 16:19 Reply

    are your video tutorials available online? If so where may I go to download some video I am very imppressed by the material

    Thank You
    George Gomez

  7. Me 21 March, 2009 at 11:27 Reply

    Hi, I think your tutorials are great BUT I cannot watch this one because a magazine ad comes in the first third of the tut. The tutorial does NOT resume after the ad. Why is this????

  8. Bonehead 25 March, 2009 at 00:15 Reply

    Still too fast for me. What can I say; I’m a Bonehead! I think part of it is I am using Windows and the photoshop interface is a little different. The tutorials are awesome though. I may get lost, but I still pick up tidbits that will be helpful. Thank you for all the great tutorials.

  9. Kakaff 25 March, 2009 at 15:37 Reply

    I’m using photoshop cs4 extended and i cant seem to find the preset you used… i only got chrome satin….

  10. photo retouching 23 April, 2009 at 03:38 Reply

    With providing links to your tutorials to a film editor friend of mine, I have persuaded him the merit of photoshop over applications such as “motion”. He is now doing a lot of his designing in photoshop and regularly tells me he has far greater control over his final image than before! The power of “Mr Corey”!

  11. Emanouil Koutsios 28 April, 2009 at 19:18 Reply

    Really cool, easy way to create the sparkling effect, you’re perfect for expaining tuto Corey 🙂

  12. Lunatic 29 May, 2009 at 19:13 Reply

    Corey you’re the best!

    Neer – I haven’t got it either but I found out the way to make a some kind of chrome by my self 🙂 I want to say is: Combine gradient overlay in layer styles with plastic warp filter and curves. 🙂

  13. noname7931 26 October, 2010 at 20:43 Reply

    I can not get the streak right it keeps messing up PLS HELP
    PLS HELP
    Good vids i like them all very helpful
    Thank u for ur time

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