lynxster4 Posted March 17, 2019 Share Posted March 17, 2019 This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download the PDF Here is an alternate way to create a realistic leather texture. Adapted from one of the many PS tutorials out there. We will be making the 'base' texture and adding color to it. Plugins needed: NomBot's Tesserae Built-in Clouds plugin Red's Gradients Galore Null54's G'mic-Qt Spoiler Let's create a new image 2048 x2048 with Primary Color set to Black and Secondary Color set to White. Run Artistic-->Tesserae at the following settings: Set the layer to Multiply. Add a new layer. Run Render-->Clouds at these settings: Move the layer to the bottom and merge them. Add a new layer. Run Render-->Gradients Galore at these settings: Return to the bottom layer (Tesserae-Cloud layer). Run Advanced-->G'mic-Qt-->Testing-->Reptorian-->Emboss-Relief at these settings: Be sure to Click 'Apply' and 'OK'. Save this .pdn file so you can easily change the color of the leather for future projects. All settings can be tweaked to your liking. You can also use any coloring method you choose. It's very versatile. An example I quickly made to demonstrate the texture: Enjoy this alternate way of making leather textures! 3 6 Quote My Art Gallery | My Shape Packs | ShapeMaker Mini Tut | Air Bubble Stained Glass Chrome Text with Reflections | Porcelain Text w/ Variegated Coloring | Realistic Knit PatternOpalescent Stained Glass | Frosted Snowman Cookie | Leather Texture | Plastic Text | Silk Embroidery Visit my Personal Website "Never, ever lose your sense of humor - you'll live longer" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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