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    sig + ava

    i like 'em

    hawk

  2. #2
    same here

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    eh.. this was kind of a re-post, though its alot cleaner then the other thread...

    hawk

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    How you make?

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    hmm, i used cinema 4d to make a nice 3d object, then i used a grunge tutorial to make the grunge, i added the eye for effect, and i nested the text in a horozontal line... also i added a touch of darkish brown-orange to give it that musty... dirty look!

    it was an adventure, i learnt a few things....

    hawk

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    ahh nive i love grunge!
    Mike
    Linux? Il y a moins bien, mais c'est plus cher.
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    What grunge tutorial, there are thousands?

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    grunge cannot be captured in a tutorial, thats why i love it...but it still looks good, but for reall grunge you have to just have to do it
    Mike
    Linux? Il y a moins bien, mais c'est plus cher.
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    not sure where i got the tut from, but it goes sumthin like this:
    render>clouds
    noise>add noise (17, uniform, mono)
    stylize>emboss (135, 10, 100%)
    distort>diffuse glow (6, 10, 15)
    duplicate the layer, on the top layer do:
    artistic>palette knife (25, 3, 0)
    change the top layers opacity to 80, merge, then go to:
    select>color range>highlights, or midtones
    create new layer, fill the selection with black, or any color

    that only starts grunge, its not a full grunge tut, grunge is more than that dirty dark look

    good luck and have fun
    hawk

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    hmm, thats something that i never heard of. i useually do all my effects using the brushes and maybe a few colours and burns and such...i will have to try this....
    Mike
    Linux? Il y a moins bien, mais c'est plus cher.
    times posted with others:162

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    hmm that does werk, but to tell you the truth i did just about the same thing using only brushes in about half the time...but i will be using this off and on in the middle of my grunge possibly...
    Mike
    Linux? Il y a moins bien, mais c'est plus cher.
    times posted with others:162

  13. #13
    nice work...

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    yea, i never do grunge, so i decided to start with a tut... i think it creates a nice effect, though as i said... the dirty stuff aint the whole grunge

    hawk

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