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Helio

The process of Antiquing

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Helio    2
I'm new to the forums and this is my first post, but here are a couple images I have created based on this tutorial and the Camaro tutorial.

From this: Roger Federer (2007 Wimbledon)

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To this: Federer steps into the past

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Or this: Federer in the past

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Yes! Go Roger Federer! Arguably the greatest tennis player of all time, seeking to win this US Open (in action now), to give him 11 majors!

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Is_it    0

As a cocktail fan i had to do this, for one of the rare spirits that is done the very same way since a long long time.... great tut once again!

BENEDICTINE *deo optimo maximo= To God, most Good, most Great

tcysfs2hqe.jpg

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timepants    0

Would someone please explain the vignette step? I can't get my picture to look the same as the sample. When I use 70 setting on Gaussian blur for the entire picture the picture is too blurry to see anything. If I only select the black border, it doesn't look the same as the other people's pictures either. I just want my edges to have that darkened look like everybody else.

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lipper    0

As a new user of PdN this was one of the first tut's I tryed. Great tut and thank you Helio for taking the time to post it for everyone. Well now for my attemtemp at it. (nervously)

ladyliberty.jpg

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chrisjw37    0
ISelect the gradient tool, then the radial type gradient, and make sure that it is set to make a transparent gradient.

Then left click and drag where you want the image to be more focused.

Now, duplicate the background layer. Add Noise to it at a setting that you like. I put mine at 40 because I want it to look really aged.

Hi mate I pinched part of your technique to make a small guide to have a sharp centre focused image with surrounding blur

BUT I found this bit did not work:

Then left click and drag where you want the image to be more focused.

It only works when I right-click; maybe a new version of paint.net. I dunno.

The idea is brilliant and Kudos to thee for the original work.

Cheers

chris

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Allamaze    0

Hiya, trying againg to show you how good your tut was (cause these image here were done by a total noob... :) LOve this programme already only started it yesterday. And thanks to all the peeps for the sig tuts, i did a bit of combo.

tractor.jpg

Shot.jpg

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distressed    0

@ryouchan1173: you only have to find uploading-websites like photobucket.com oder imageshack.us.

There you upload your picture and you receive a link, which you can copy in this thread.

When you want to show the picture directly, write: [ img]*link*[ /img]

and for a hyperlink: [ url=*link*] this is my pic [ /url]

(without spaces).

(sry for my english, it's long ago I used it.) :oops:

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@ryouchan1173: you only have to find uploading-websites like photobucket.com oder imageshack.us.

There you upload your picture and you receive a link, which you can copy in this thread.

When you want to show the picture directly, write: [ img]*link*[ /img]

and for a hyperlink: [ url=*link*] this is my pic [ /url]

(without spaces).

(sry for my english, it's long ago I used it.) :oops:

Thank you! I hope this works......let me check the preview.....Yay :mrgreen: ! It works. Many thanks. antiquepictureofferronifield.png

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