Any interest in sharing textures? Or Fill Patterns?

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MikeChristy
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Any interest in sharing textures? Or Fill Patterns?

Post by MikeChristy » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:56 pm

I have made many textures that I use when making a "watercolor" image to give the effect of "watercolor paper" to the image. Is there any interest in sharing textures that you have made in order to get what others have made? Fill patterns could also be shared if there was any interest.

Mike

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Re: Any interest in sharing textures? Or Fill Patterns?

Post by JamesInSanDiego » Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:06 pm

I'm always greedy, lol. :roll: I'll gladly take any textures you might have to offer. I've never made any and not sure how to do it. I'm sure it is in the manual somewhere. I've used the 3 textures which come with GC a few times but might use more if they were available.
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Re: Any interest in sharing textures? Or Fill Patterns?

Post by MikeChristy » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:23 pm

The textures were made with Graphic Converter. They are just jpg files that you put in the directory called "Textures". If you don't know how to find that directory open Graphic Converter and go to the menu bar / Filter / Look with LUT / Show LUTs Folder / Textures. Put the JPG files in that folder. Then you can use the textures on a graphic that you have loaded.
zig zag wool(Atkinson) copy.jpg
zig zag wool(Atkinson) copy.jpg (89 KiB) Viewed 372 times
VeryBumpy-bw.jpg
VeryBumpy-bw.jpg (211.83 KiB) Viewed 369 times
Sample.jpg
Sample.jpg (69.06 KiB) Viewed 367 times
The last image is a sample of what the texture looks like when used on a graphic.

Mike

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