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Concrete Texture
Today we are going to be making this
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Plugins required:

Displacement found in @MadJik's bonus pack.

Solarize from Ed Harvey's Effects
Step 1:
Open a new document at 800 x 600.
Step 2:
Select orange for your primary color. Render clouds at these settings in the picture below.
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Step 3:
Go to effects/color/solarize
Step 4:
go to adjustments/ black and white.
Step 5:
Go to effects/ distort/ displacement and use the settings in the picture below.
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Step 6:
Go to effects/ stylize/ relief and use these settings in the picture below.
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There you go, So simple yet brilliant. Always remember you can toy with the brightness and other settings to come up with different outcomes. Hope you guys enjoy this tutorial.

 

 

 

edit 6-16-10: updated link to displacement.

Tutorial rewrite and pdf file coming soon

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"Clearly it's a very serious and literal meaning. If you're not solving physics equations then get off my lawn!-Rick Brewster Paint.net Lead Developer"

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Honestly if you made something similar my steps differ. Also i had some people that wanted a tutorial on how to do the concrete texture that i made. I stumbled upon this method of doing this by experimenting.

 

"Clearly it's a very serious and literal meaning. If you're not solving physics equations then get off my lawn!-Rick Brewster Paint.net Lead Developer"

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Honestly if you made something similar my steps differ.

I do my way exactly the same.

Also i had some people that wanted a tutorial on how to do the concrete texture that i made.

You said this in PMing:

yeah seeing as you came up with it too i have to have your permission to post a tutorial on it lol.

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if i remember correctly that was regarding the texture in the abstract. Which is also the texture in your current siganture. If you want me to credit you in the tutorial i will. I'm not gonna lower myself to your level by dragging out old p'ms anyways. The is a forum for sharing ideas and techniques not just to learn and not teach something that you may have found out.

 

"Clearly it's a very serious and literal meaning. If you're not solving physics equations then get off my lawn!-Rick Brewster Paint.net Lead Developer"

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@theonlychad: It is a neat texture. Why don't you post it in Stone 101? With smaller screenshots if you please :)

@flip: please post your version there too so we can see both.

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Uh, not to be a bother. But don't you need to provide a list of what add-ons used in this tutorial, and links to them? I mean I felt I had to tell you this before the mods read my comment and leave you an embarrassing comment. And don't tell me to read the Tutorial Forum Posting Guidelines because I did and there was nothing said about add-ons, but I have seen some comments form the mods saying that they needed add-on lists.

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I wrote this a while back and i guess i didn't notice that i forgot to put a link for displacement

:roll: the two other plugins used are built into paint.net so do ask for links for those. I am guess why the mods haven't said anything before is because of the clear indicator in the screen shots that show the names of the plugins(yes i know for a fact that at least one mod has read this tutorial and found nothing wrong with it). Thank you for pointing out that i forgot that one link. Also why would it be an embarrassing comment if the mods left a message they normally either fix it themselves or send you a pm. We are all human and we all make mistakes no need to make a big deal out of it :P

good day to you sir,

chad

 

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