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How I Made: Finite Energy

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Tips & Tutorials, by Mark White
June 20, 2016

Check out how Juan Manuel Molleví created this stunning image

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1. Out of Lightwave, into Photoshop

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This is the base of the artwork once all the render passes are merged with different kinds of fusion modes. At this point I merged a real photograph of a city that matches the luminosity of the bulb with the Multiply mode and the Normal mode, creating a more detailed version of the buildings.

2. On fire

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This is the base of the artwork once all the render passes are merged with different kinds of fusion modes. At this point I merged a real photograph of a city that matches the luminosity of the bulb with the Multiply mode and the Normal mode, creating a more detailed version of the buildings.

3. Finishing touches

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I re-created more little pieces of broken glass and dust. Then I created a 50% Gray layer in the Overlay mode, and used the Dodge and Burn tools to make desired areas pop out. I created a merged layer on the top as well in the overlay fusion mode. Then I applied the High Pass filter.