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The process of Antiquing

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markopolo    0

My students really liked this tutorial when I taught it

I didn't have the slider, so I couldn't make it more "yellow"ier as suggested, but they still turned out nice

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[/b] Here is my go! this is a orginal stan wisniewski piece that I redid in high school...This is one of my favorite drawings that I have done.I chose a drawing because it kinda reminded of Titanic :wink: so....

here it is.......

oldfashion2.gif

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plork    0

>Using the selection tool, hold the shift key down while clicking and dragging to the size and position you want. Then, crop to selection (Ctrl-Shift-x.)

Where us the selection tool? Do you mean the Rectangle Select?

Thanks

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nj.rimassa    0

Thanks so much for this tutorial. I would like to use it to teach patrons at my local library how to do this. May I have your permission to do so? I will not use your images. I will give you credit.

Thanks again,

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Thiz    0

I have a problem whit the transparant gardient section. because by me i makes the outer circle transparant and not the inner circle how do I make this rigth ??

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Bob    3

Switch your primary and secondary color using the double arrow in the :Colors: Colors window.

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headwax    0

Yes thanks very much for the tut

This is a 3d work of mine I decided to antique

sepiana6.png

ended up as (without trans gradient)

photopostvg7.jpg

I had trouble with the transparency gradient as it made the whole layer transparent. :( Any clues would be appreciated.

Thanks again.

headwax

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Farley    0

Nice tutorial, I couldn't figure out the border thing, when I went through the steps it didn't make it rigid like yours, but everything else worked great.

FieldOld.jpg

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zolden    0

Easy way to get feasible vignetting: Borders plugin->Radial blur->Gaussian blur.

Since real camera's lense is a circle and introduces different optical circle-like distortions into the picture so using of square-like vignetting makes picture non-truly looking

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