"Some very expensive commercial products, such as Painter5, let you "paint" with fire; others, such as
Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro let you, using the tools at your disposal, create the illusion of an object on
fire. The GIMP under Linux, considered as the free equivalent of Photoshop, should produce the same result.
In this article we show a procedure in five steps and eleven images, easily adapted to Photoshop and Paint
Shop Pro, on how to create fire effects with The GIMP...."
"Beyond the spectacular effect and its didactic use, you may ask yourself what this procedure is good for...."
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