Unifying textures with Smart Filters


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Unifying textures with Smart Filters

So, I am pretty well loving this effect so far. But I'm feeling like there is disconnect between a synthetic artwork from Illustrator and some of these fuzzy elements that I created inside a Photoshop. And so I want to create a unifying effect in the form of paper texture. And we are going to do that, like so. This is just a series of filters heaped on top of each other. I am going to go ahead and collapse the effects that are associated with the droplets layers by clicking on this up pointing arrow head and then I am going to add a new layer on top of droplets. And I am going to do that by pressing the keyboard shortcut for a new layer in Photoshop, which is totally different from the one in Illustrator, and it's Ctrl+Shift+N or Command+Shift+N for New on the Mac.

And then let's go ahead and call this layer texture and then click OK. That's all we need from that layer, we just need a black layer to start with. Now I am going to go ahead and convert this utter incomplete ...

Unifying textures with Smart Filters
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Unifying textures with Smart Filters provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design
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Illustrator
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