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    Originally posted by Eyenovation
    I wish he didnt sell his source files.
    It just saturates the medium with wannabees.
    Don't be so cruel man. It's good when people release source files. Sure, you run the risk of wannabees popping up everywhere, but what about the poor soul that just wants to learn the methodology and run with it? I think there are more of them than there are wannabees. Then again, there are tons of wannabees.

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    Originally posted by gdstudios
    Don't be so cruel man. It's good when people release source files. Sure, you run the risk of wannabees popping up everywhere, but what about the poor soul that just wants to learn the methodology and run with it? I think there are more of them than there are wannabees. Then again, there are tons of wannabees.
    That's an excellent point. I am all for learning. We are all capable of continuing our growth as artists. The only thing that scares me is the fact most people will simply change the color hues, layer order, or rotate the elements and pass it off as their own.

    Do you think tutorials on how to create the elements, albeit without providing source files, might be just as effective. This might make it so the end user is forced to draw from his own creativity.

    Just my opinion. There's no right or wrong answer...

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    Originally posted by Eyenovation
    There's no right or wrong answer...
    Agreed. It would be much more condusive for learning if he posted tutorials and not just super layered PSD's on the site. He's asking people to copy no? Tutes have taught me everything I know.

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    Likewise. That's my point.
    It forces you to go through the motions.

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    Bump; I thought we were posting our creations here.
    Last edited by Adv7rsus; 04-30-2003 at 06:44 PM.

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    Well...here's one I messed around with a month or so ago. This is made up of 3 different pictures that I took. Nothing too elaborate.
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    Here are the pictures I used if you want to see what I edited....
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    The gallery (with full view) is at http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/1801887

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    more brushes

    I see you like brushes...

    here is my experiment with tape and grunge brushes.

    the pictures are from a photoshoot we did with a friend of mine - that's me on the bottom..


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    aversion, good job! simple but very eye-catching and conceptual. you should get into advertizing - if you haven't yet!

    do you have an online portfolio?



    here is a sample of my personal web site - i just startet working on it..


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    more brushes

    ..and another one..

    (I don't know how to attatch more than one files at a time)
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    Re: more brushes

    Originally posted by svetko
    ..and another one..

    (I don't know how to attatch more than one files at a time)
    Seems like you do very nice work.

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    Re: more brushes

    Originally posted by svetko
    I see you like brushes...

    here is my experiment with tape and grunge brushes.

    the pictures are from a photoshoot we did with a friend of mine - that's me on the bottom..


    Hmm tape! How did you manage to get that to work? I have always wanted to try to do that effect, but I have no idea where to start?

    Very nice work btw. You too SB and Calpomatt.

    [size=1]Peace out fk. Thanks for all the good times .

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    Originally posted by Adv7rsus
    Bump; I thought we were posting our creations here.
    screw that-lets just argue and get drunk instead

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    Originally posted by qetret
    screw that-lets just argue and get drunk instead
    Head over to a 2A rip thread in cool sites for that...

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    Re: Re: more brushes

    Originally posted by Adv7rsus
    Hmm tape! How did you manage to get that to work? I have always wanted to try to do that effect, but I have no idea where to start?

    Very nice work btw. You too SB and Calpomatt.

    it's really not that hard and possible with every half descent flatbed scanner. You get a good, wide (preferably scotch tape as it's transparent) piece of tape. Then you rub it in sand, dust and whatnot to make it dirty. Some hairs work good too.

    Now comes the trick to not f*ck up your scanner - you grab a piece of microwave foil (the transparent, thin plastic foil stuff you can buy at any grocery store) and you stick the tape on it. Make sure there are no tears or holes in the foil as it will destroy your scanner! Done correctly, you should now have a piece of transparent grungyness.

    Put the foil with tape on your scanner (foil down, tape up) and scan it!

    This works with sand, paint or any other substance too. Cigarette ashes work very nicely too.

    edit: if you wish to use sand, ciggie ashes or paint (or whatever), it's advisable to use two layers of foil - one on bottom and one on top!!!
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    Re: tape & brushes

    hey, thanks gdstudios and Adv7rsus!

    but I didn't use wouter999's technic to create my tape brushes - I just downloaded them (I think from adobe.com).

    brushes are cool, but too bad they can't be really use for almost anything else but grunge style... ... but I LIKE them!

    here is another creation of mine, using the same tape brushes:
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    Excellent!

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    I made this one for our school background.

    Will post later about the tape. Thanks for all the info .

    [size=1]Peace out fk. Thanks for all the good times .

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    cool!

    WOW! I really like it!

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