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    paper effect tut

    Does anyone know of any tuts on how to create a slightly grungy paper effect in photoshop sort of faded slightly worn away look if anyone has any tuts or tips they would be greatly apreciated.

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    i'd like to see something like too.
    seapod00

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    is this what you wanted?

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    i made some for my new site.





    woot.
    maybe.

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    I would scan in some crumpled paper or torn paper. Works best.
    It must be obvious day at camp stupid

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    wot no-tec has done is similar to the effect i want to achieve, I dont want crumpled paper more of a burned and grungy type effect. No-tec if youve got a tut it would be greatly apreciated.

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    no tut but hmm.. the biggest thing i did that made most of a difference was use an outer glow and an inner glow. and i think a 10% bevel with 0 attributes. i made a few brushes as well as downloaded some and used them as erasers on the edges of the paper.

    on the left piece of paper i added a gradient as you can see. from black to white to black again.

    hm... what else?
    maybe.

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    Nice work notec, i guess this is from a flash site ?

    might be handy to add the counrty code to the phone number eg uk numbers need +44 if you are phoning from abroad just an idea..

    bp

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    thanks mate, yeah its for the new no-tec flash site.

    i have really no idea what coutnry codes are. what would one be I could use for the US?
    maybe.

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    Hi, give the operator a quick ring they will know, thats the thing ppl dont know the codes so they might be put off and not phone u, i've done quite a bit of work for ppl abroad, with broadband and email you can blast files all over the place

    let us know when the new site is live

    bp

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    After thought I think I'm gonna skip the international code. That's my cell number and the last thing I want is a $45 a minute phone call coming to me from someone in Germany. Plus, it's not really a business site I'm setting up, more of just a portfolio with a contact number "just in case"
    maybe.

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