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 [Photoshop] Military Clothes Texture / Pattern

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PostSubject: [Photoshop] Military Clothes Texture / Pattern   Sun Feb 07, 2010 12:23 am

Ja se nadam da se prica o ovome SLIKOVNI

Military Clothes Texture / Pattern (PhotoShoop CS3) A moze i drugi CS2 ako imas

This tutorial will show you how to make a background which imitates
classical army clothes. Your final result will be this image:

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First of all, create a new layer, 250*250 is what we used here but the
size is up to you. Making it smaller or bigger makes no difference.

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Set your first Colour to #777676 (gray) and se secondary to #FFFFFF
(white) and go to Filter >> Render >> Clouds. Apply clouds
once as on example below.

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Then go to Filter >> Artistic >> Sponge ... and set the
following brush size, definition and smoothness to the sponge effect.

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Now it's time to paint this surface in green. In order to do so, press
Ctrl + U, check the "colorize" box and drag the arrow to the green
range of hues. We set it to 99/12/-37 but feel free to play around a
bit with the colour, as long as you keep the right greenish colour.

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After clicking "OK", go to Image >> Adjustments>>
Brightness / Contrast. Reduce brightness to -17 and add contrast to
+34. This will make the surface a lot less dull.

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Duplicate the layer. Select the upper layer and go to Filter >>
Blur >> Gaussian Blur. Set the radius to 2.7 pixels, and do not
overdo the blur effect as too much of it will simply result in loss of
blurry effect, it won't be seen anymore.

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After clicking ok, go to the layers panel and set the opacity of the blurred layer to 30%.

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While this layer is still selected, go to Filter >> Artistic
>> Crosshatch and set these settings for the blurred layer.

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Afterwards, repeat the same procedure ( Filter >> Artistic
>> Crosshatch ) with the background layer, however you may want
to choose a different sharpness, to maintain the natural clothes effect.


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So far your canvas should look like this:

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If you don't want to stop here and want to create a full imitation of
clothes canvas, go to Filter >> Texture >> Texturazer and
apply these settings for the clothes canvas effect.

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That is it, now you are a solder! Now you can start creating textures for games with me.

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A evo zasto treba textures, Ovo je jedan od mojih Projects koji nije ni
blizo da bude zavrsen all samo da vam pokazem sta znaci textures i sta
moze uraditi za tebe. Ako neko igra Video igru BattleFiled @ vidjece
ovo na nekim ako ne na svim mapama, Ja se nadam za 3 do 4 sedmice. I
program that makes it happen is


Cinema 4D Koji je jedan od najbolji i naj skuplji na marketu do sad. Samo $3,300.00 Ali mane nije kostalo nista mi imamo svoje nacine kako doci to tog.
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