In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a sort of grunge poster. We will learn how to make some elements look a bit dirty, create textures, and add some depths to the elements using shadows and blend modes – Fabio
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Very good, love video tutorials! More! :)
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thx a good, VDO
excellent tutorial as usual from this website… easy to understand… thanks :)
Is there a text version of this for people with slower connections?
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Well Explained . Very usefull and lots of new ideas … Wish the video screen was a little bigger to see more details … Realy interested to see more videos …..
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Fabio is Brazilian, like me! =D
@MD – Sorry about the size, if you go to the vimeo page you can see it larger and even in full screen.
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Good tutorial, do think that the text version is better though..
nice 1 …
really nice tut
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