10 months ago
You're killin it muh dude :P
@Mike Cummings ✌☻✿♬
I think I could look at your work all day. Lovely stuff.
@Sam Jones that made my day. Thanks.
Well sir, @Josh White
1. In photoshop, on a new layer, I create a black to transparent gradient where I want the shadow/texture to be.
2. then I go to Filter>Noise>Add Noise and add the most noise possible to the gradient.
3. Then I go to the blending styles and choose Multiply.
4. Next I go to Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen More like 5 or 6 times and sharpen the crap out of the noisy gradient.
5. Then I use the eraser tool to make sure the gradient is the exact shape that I want it.
6. Then I pull out the sharpen tool and touch up the gradient until I like it.
7. Finally I press command U and colorize the gradient so that it matches whatever thing it is shading. (for example on this shot: http://dribbble.com/shots/949732-Morning the texture is a bit green).
That's the recipe!
@Josh White no prob.
by Andrew Colin Beck
Illustration for the "Conclusions" section in a report for the Swiss Public Transport, about leading the way in mobility.
10 months ago
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