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    How to create this effect?

    Hi guys,

    Look at this affiche.. it looks a kind of old and there are everywhere 'white pikkels' to let look it old but how do you create that kinda effect?

    How to create this effect?-526691_10151314008537184_1809647213_n.jpg

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    Re: How to create this effect?

    I would search for different brushes - and find a good speckle brush. Then select the speckle brush instead of a little pixel, select the color you want, and place them where you want. That image looks like it's got a lens flare on it too and the right side of the image has some sort of color burn or gradient applied to it.

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    Re: How to create this effect?

    It had to take lot of time to draw this banner.For beginner difficult to learn it.Best to watch Youth tube Video.
    Last edited by massy; 12-20-2012 at 12:25 AM.

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    Re: How to create this effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by massy View Post
    It had to take lot of time to draw this banner.For beginner difficult to learn it.Best to watch Youth tube Video.
    What?? Did you created this affiche??

    Btw: on which name i can search youtube videos tutorials to create this effect??

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