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This tutorial will teach you how to turn an everyday photo into a piece of grunge that can be used over and over again as a grunge brush! Grunge Presets are excellent tools for all Photoshop users.
1. The first thing you will want to do is download your brush set. you may have one downloaded already, but if you don't, click here.
2. The next thing we need to do is load this brush set in Photoshop. Now, I saved my brush set in my documents, so I will load mine from there.
Required Images (well, you can replace them with whatever you want in yours, this is just if you want to mimic me):
Open Cinema 4d, and create a basic abstract render or load one that you have already started. We are going to add onto this render by simply adding some modifiers and editing it to it to give it different looks.
For this tutorial, I am going to teach you the basics of using the pen tool to make smooth selections on your image, and then fill it with a gradient tool so it looks like a reflection on a piece of glass. Create a new document in Photoshop (Mine is 500x150).
Open Cinema 4d and a render you want to add a material to. If you have not learned how to render yet, please take the following tutorials:
2. Materials can be very complicated, and very simple.
1. Create a new document (File > New). Use whatever background you desire, and image size. In my image, I used a 450x250 canvas. <br/>2. Paste the image you want to center in your document, or create a new layer and draw the image.
This Tutorial will run you through the basics of building your own Tutorial CMS!
1. Open up your content box or layout that you will be slicing for this tutorial in Adobe Image Ready. For people taking this tutorial who have not made a content box to slice yet, try out our rounded content box tutorial here.
1. Create new document in Photoshop (mine is 300x300),
2. The first kind of tech line I will demonstrate is the 1px tech line, or otherwise known as the pencil tech line. Select your pencil tool, and black as your foreground color: