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> [Photoshop]Grunge brushing, How to make those "grunge" signatures
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post Mar 28 2007, 08:55 AM
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The gosu grunge.


1:
Download my favorite grunge pack:
Brushes

2:
Start a new 450x150 transparent document.


3.
Load the brushes and select the second brush in the grunge3 list.


4:
Now do Filter>>>Render>>>Clouds.


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Now heres the artistic part. With this brush selected.... simply switch from black and white randomly(hit x on keyboard) and click. Until you get something similar to:


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Now that the artistic part is done, its all procedure.
First... Select a render u want to use. Then simply drag and drop to the grung background u just made.


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Make sure u get rid of any rendering color(the white around the character)
I recommend the Magic Wand Tool.


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Now that the render is there press CTRL+SHIFT+U, to make it grayscale(all grey).


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Now for some color. Go to Layers>>>New Adjustment Layers>>>Color Balance.


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Just mess with the bars until you get a color you like.

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Now click on your render layer, then click add vector mask.

12:Now get a grunge brush and make sure your foreground color is black.
Start randomly and <font color="red">SLOWLY</font> click around the edges of the character until he is blended in like so.

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Now your pretty much done. Excpet i always add a 3PX Border and some effects or other brushes over the background.


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