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Torn / Ripped Metal effect.

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by klingsdesigns, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. klingsdesigns

    klingsdesigns Very Active Member

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    I have been looking for about the last 4 hours now, and cant really find anything descent. Looking for a plugin or photoshop brush? I need to make some torn metal effects for an airplane.

    graphicriver.net/item/10-ripped-metal-styles/120470?ref=mengqiqi
    Not sure what to think about this?

    Basically looking for something really high quality and looks real.
     
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  3. klingsdesigns

    klingsdesigns Very Active Member

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    has anyone ever tried that?
     
  4. peavey123

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    Your link didn't work for me but MPN's did. For that look you can do it a few different ways. I've done a similar thing before for an illustration where I took some card stock. Ripped it to get the desired hole and look I wanted. Then I lit the card stock to match my scene. Photographed it and brought it into photoshop. Turned out nice.
     
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    2 seconds with rons rips
     

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  7. mpn

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    Here is one of my shop doors we did for a quick material test. The rip is from the link I posted.
     

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  8. klingsdesigns

    klingsdesigns Very Active Member

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    I think i will have to give it a try..
     
  9. klingsdesigns

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    was this with one of the brushes?
     
  10. mpn

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    It looks like it was. Play around with the drop shadows ( and other effects ) on different layers after using the brush you want.
     

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