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Making Fire

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I need a tutorial on how to make realistic fire, for a game. Kind of like the fire in games like Warcraft II.  I want to make the fire myself, but I need help.  I would prefer help for Corel Photopaint or Corel Draw, but I think that any other graphics program tutorial would work.
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Try the Digital Video website. They have a tutorial on creating realistic fire and explosions. Check it out and see if it helps http://www.dv.com/magazine/corner.html that link will provide you with all the tutorials. But the http://www.dv.com/magazine/corner/Aug97/Lyn.html link will open the explosion one I'm taslking about! I hope this might be of some help!
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Thanks for the great answer!  Not only is that link just what I needed, but the other tutorials were very useful as well!
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