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    Originally posted by qetret
    Perhaps before moving over to grunge you should ask yourself whether you are desiging for an audience or for yourself.
    As mentioned in an above post, there is no set "Standard" for this particular style.
    Try visiting sites such as htttp://www.deviantart.com and pick up some brushes and free stock photography.

    Would you like a copy of the .psd for the image I posted above?

    Good Luck

    Pete|Qetret
    Deviantart was great.. no not great it was awsome! Really like that site!
    and yes, could you please send me a copy of the psd of that image above? It would be really great!

    tnx!

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    Originally posted by engstrom
    good thinking! I have some problems with creating chaos.. don't like to "kill" my pictures.. and to make them non-computerlike..
    LOL! I have a bit of the same problem! But my designs tend to "light up", because I love using vivid colours.

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    Here's a grungy image I did last year for another post here on FK.





    I've got the PSD if you want to rip it apart...

    Jon

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    Originally posted by jon_norris
    Here's a grungy image I did last year for another post here on FK.

    I've got the PSD if you want to rip it apart...
    Yes, that would be great!

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    You've got mail...

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    Originally posted by jon_norris
    You've got mail...
    Yes, thank you, I'm downloading the *.zip right now!

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    i would say the image is more gothic than grunge, could be the cover for a frankenstein book.

    i do like it though

    bp

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    jon_norris:

    you mind sending me the PSD? i love the "torn" effect you have around the bottom. I have tried to emulate it but with no success. Could I rip apart your piece?

    E-Mail: Aware0@msn.com

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    Hello I have just got done reading the whole thread and was wondering if someone could please send me thier psd's of those great art work So I to could tear it apart? I knew to this stuff so I would learn alot!

    Also since I only have a trail version of photoshop is their away to convert it to something fireworks can handle?

    BlueSamurai

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    Originally posted by BlueSamurai
    Hello I have just got done reading the whole thread and was wondering if someone could please send me thier psd's of those great art work So I to could tear it apart? I knew to this stuff so I would learn alot!

    Also since I only have a trail version of photoshop is their away to convert it to something fireworks can handle?

    BlueSamurai
    *** edited by B Phoenix ***
    [Edited by Black_phoenix on 09-29-2002 at 07:35 AM]

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    Since I've gotten numerous requests via email for my PSD, I just wanted to let everyone know it is available for download here: http://www.jonnorris.com/downloads/image2v2.zip

    The basis for this was a photo posted here on FK some time last year for an image manipulation deal. I was experimenting with various styles and ended up with this image. For all the little grungy layers, you can either scan different items or just simply use some of the hundreds of grunge brushes available on the web for Photoshop. One of the best resources is here: http://veredgf.fredfarm.com/vbrush/main.html

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    Hey ty jon_norris for psd and the GREAT site!

    BlueSamurai

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