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Torn or Ripped effect

Discussion in 'Designs & Layouts' started by cartoad, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. cartoad

    cartoad Active Member

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    Trying to create or better yet find a ripped jagged edge artwork to use on a wrap design. looking for fingers that extend out. I have check thru all my art work files and find nothing that works. Suggestions welcome!
     
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  2. CL Graphics

    CL Graphics Active Member

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    aurora has some.
     
  3. Sparky

    Sparky Active Member

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    All of the stock sites will have them too - fotolia.com, dreamstime.com, etc...
     
  4. cartoad

    cartoad Active Member

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    Thanks, I checked all the sites I could, but didn't find what I wanted, so making my own.
     
  5. iSign

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    about 5 years ago I was inspired by a similar thread & made my own out of tin foil.. hmm.. wonder if I could still find that?
     
  6. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    I think there was a hidden clause in the health care overhaul that makes it against the law to incorporate the "ripped effect" in any graphic produced after the health care law goes into effect.
    Seem to remember that it also prohibited diamond plate, barbed wire & photoshop'd lens flares.....


    wayne k
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  7. iSign

    iSign Major Contributor

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    oh yeah... the overhaul put in place by "Dave Dorsey-President, Aurora Graphics"
     

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