This was very helpful! I had never drawn flames before and I used the tutorial to help me with this picture: lovelyloren.deviantart.com/art… And I am very happy with how the flames turned out! Good job!
I've done that before using this tutorial, you'd follow all the same steps, only you'd use a dark purple-blue instead of the dark red, then with each color you get a little lighter and a little bluer. He does it here a little in this tutorial ryky.deviantart.com/art/Light-…
this isn't really a tutorial as you don't show the size of brushes, settings, colors, or anything else. It's just a picture of a fire wip. Please don't call it a tutorial if you don't include the above mentioned. Thank you.
It's easy to see how he did it. If you know your tools, at least. This - like most of his other works too - was most likely done using mainly the brush, watercolor and blur tools (like clearly visible in the 6th picture).
Besides, you might find a solution that gets the same (or why not better) looking effect done by some of the tools or tool setting you're more familiar with by trying stuff out! So don't be a whimp and complain about the tool settings' being shown, TRY! :3 That's how we all learn, right?