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MAKE A METEOR SHOWER

In this tutorial, we’ll transform a London skyline into a scene straight out of a sci-fi disaster movie, using only a few very simple images: one of the skyline, one of a cloudy sky, and the other a piece of rock. We’ll cut out the skyline, then position the clouds behind to make it look like smoke and flames are coming from behind the buildings. Then we’ll use the surface of the rock to create a meteor shape. Once that’s done, it’s simply a case of building up

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