I use different textures in this tutorial. Some cool ones can be found here: Textures from Boccacino on Flickr
Very cool! Thanks for the technique
That's a neat idea. Gives me ideas for other effects to use on photos.
I love this. Would be fun to try to scrap along with you! We will see how it turns out! Thanks for tutorial!
Thanks. I had a hard time following you as your voice became a mumble as you worked and where you clicked in could not be read. Like the outcome tho.
Thanks! I've learned a lot, especially about how to multiply.
I tried to watch the video both on YouTube and here on the site but it ends at 1:31 minutes. Don't know if it's a glitch on my end or yours but I'd love to see the whole thing. I love the outcome!
It seems to work fine for me. Anyone else having problems?
No problems here.
worked fine here too.. Thanks so much~
Thank you for the tut...I will give this a try.
Wow! This is so cool.
Very nice, thanks!
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for breaking it down for us! It looks so complicated, but once you see all the parts it is not was hard as it seems. Of course, that does not mean that I can do it, just that it makes much more sense!
Wonderful!Thank you so much!
Decided to play with this photo treatment.
Here is what I came up with.
I have always wanted to do the sketched look, but it never came out right. This time it finally worked, thanks to your tut!