Creating Burning Text in Photoshop
By Nick Ustinov The classic fire effect. Start a new grayscale image using a black background and white foreground. Make sure to leave some space at the top for the flames. If you are using Photoshop 4.0 don't forget to merge down the type layer by hitting Ctrl-E (or Cmd-E on Mac).
This article first appeared in November 1998.
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