Box Design Showcase
VISIT OUR NEW SISTER SITE
Introducing PosterMason! It's like VGBA, but for posters. Check it out and start submitting your work.
Hajmola master race
Nah, I use PhotoShop. I would use Illustrator and its gradient meshes and stuff but I just suck at it. Thanks man!
Do you use Illustrator? I'm getting that vibe from the WiiU thing you made.
By the way nice job!
Haha he says thanks. My goal is to just get him famous, but I don't know how likely that will be lol.
Listened to your brothers stuff.
Some good shit he has there.
I shall have none of these days dedicated to me.
Heyy! No prob!
1. Took a (sexy) pic of myself.
2. Took the pen tool and made sure I was creating shapes, not just paths (There's a thing on the upper left to change that).
3. Picked appropriate colors and traced every segment of me that required to be separate.
4. Opened up a new Photoshop document (keep the other one opened still).
5. Filter > Noise > Add noise. Make sure it is monochromatic.
6. Add a really subtle painty effect on it from the artistic filters (reeeeaally subtle).
7. Define this whole thing a new pattern.
8. Go back to the document where you traced everything and stuff.
9. On any layer, go to its layer effects and set a pattern overlay. Select the new texture you made. Shuffle through the blending modes (normal, overlay, linear burn, etc.) until you find a nice-looking one. Lower the opacity to your want. Once you're done, right click on the layer and click on 'Copy layer style'. Select every other layer and right click and select 'Paste layer style'.
10. Ta-daaa! Done. Add some kinda background, with the same texture effects.
11. (optional) Posterize your original pic of yourself (Image >Adjustments > Posterize) to like 3 to 4 levels. This will allow you to see shaded and darker parts only. Trace these parts with black and lower the opacity.
Hey, um, I usually don't do this but I need your help, I saw your facebook pic with a windwaker-ish effect on it, may you tell me how did you achieve that? If you want to that is
Thanks man =]