1. Make a new document with a white BG. I assume you know what a blank canvas looks like, so I will not provide an image for this step.
2. Brush around with your Grunge brushes, with black as your FG color.
3. Colorize to your liking.
4. Duplicate your BG layer twice. On the top layer, Sharpen it by whatever looks good to you, and set the layer to Multiply at 60 opacity. On the bottom layer, blur it and set to Screen at full opacity. Then Copy Visible, paste, and set to Screen at 65.
5. Paste your stock in. Duplicate 3 times. Hide them all except for the bottom one. Smudge it (the bottom layer) around with some good smudging brushes and set it to Addition.
6. Unhide the next layer up, use Cubism on it, using default settings, erase parts that look bad, and set to Screen.
7. Unhide the next two, and set them both to Normal at 75%.
8. Make a new layer, and fill with a color in your render. Set to Color.
9. Duplicate the color render, and use Alpha To Selection on one of the unaltered render layers. Go to the bottom Coloring layer, and Ctrl-K. Invert the selection, go to the bottom, and Ctrl-K again. Set the top color layer to Overlay.
10. Add text, a border, and you're done!
(Note: I did not add a border for this tut.)
Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Dec 17, 08 at 2:25am
soiree for dahbul pohst bi the wahi
Dec 17, 08 at 2:22am
ok thx man u helped lotds ^__^
Dec 17, 08 at 2:17am
also text kind hard to read maak it whit please
Dec 17, 08 at 2:17am
get a 1 pixel black border an jus set it on normal i fink u sets it on overlay or sumfin dat mistake.
Dec 17, 08 at 2:05am
i trid 2 follow but wnet wrong?
Dec 17, 08 at 1:50am
EDIT:shit forgot border
Dec 16, 08 at 9:28pm
No, you delete another layer. If I recall, you duplicate the coloring layer and one gets deleted on everything except the stock. The other is deleted on only the stock. And like the tut says, both layers are given different settings.
And this is AdamHill, I've just changed my account.
Aug 21, 08 at 12:52pm
I followed your tutorial to the letter, but I'm confused on step 9. Do you mean we should erase the focal shape from the bottom bucket-filled color layer, then invert the selection and erase again from the same ("bottom") layer? that would simply erase the entire layer's color. So obviously I've misunderstood.
I'm having trouble with my image showing up properly here. It looks fine on my computer and on photobucket, but in the post here it goes all wonky. Oh well, here's my outcome:
(The real outcome has the coloring of the top half of the image. I don't know what's going on with the bottom half.)
Apr 05, 08 at 9:48pm
Thanks for the Link. I'll post my result soon.
Apr 04, 08 at 8:55pm
Pretty nice work. Though I would recommend smudging the render a bit more to give it a nice blending look.
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