Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video introduction to textures, part of Photorealism with Bert Monroy: Volume 1.
>>Male Speaker: Textures are an interesting thing to create in Photoshop.…There are many textures that are available from third-party vendors, they're on CD, on DVD, in all kinds of ways.…Another thing you can do is just take existing textures and just scan them.…I remember there was a situation where I needed this wood texture very quickly.…I simply took my speakers and put them right on the scanner and scanned a wood texture.…There are times when you need to create some stuff and just knowing how some…of the filters work you can go and create your own textures from scratch.…On screen we see this little envelope I did for a magazine at one point.…
I'm going to zoom in and we see the textures of the paper.…Now, it looks complicated but it's extremely simple to create this.…Let's do a little manila envelope together here.…Create a new file.…Let's make it 700 by 700.…Now I'm going to make it 72 dpi and .rgb.…Now, to create that texture setting my colors to black and white and I'm going to get the clouds filter.…
Skill Level Intermediate
Layers, Layer Styles and Alpha Channels
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