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DESIGNER:
Invisible Creature  
VENUE:
The Tick Tock Tour 2003
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Asterik Studio  
2003-04-18 14:25:24
 
BANDS:
Joy Electric



Joy Electric Poster - The Tick Tock Tour 2003 - Invisible Creature



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CCCPSend CCCP a message :   Great one I haven't seen... thank you, randomizer! How come I always like the pink ones? I think I should have a chat with my shrink...   2003-09-26 13:07:16
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   copy your darkest channel then use it as a fill by using selection -> load selection..then choose your channel.
This allows you to fill with different colors etc. and test many different looks easily without fucking up your original artwork.
I also keep a texture only file with tons of channels alreaddy created and then I just drag them into my working document and go through the above process...couldnt live without it.
  2003-04-24 20:32:27
needlesSend needles a message :   yeah, i really think that this should be POW :mrgreen:   2003-04-24 20:28:21
Dusty!Send Dusty! a message :   i do the texture shit via computer too, but i have no idea what this table channel nonsense is all about i scan the texture. adjust the levels to get the most contrast then go do a select > color range > shadows.
You can also get a bear to mawl your final prints.
  2003-04-24 20:28:16
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   I always design clean and do my texture work via channels after all the design is done...allows for you to try different textures too.   2003-04-24 20:27:21
UnitusSend Unitus a message :   You can also design it clean, take your color seps and beat the hell out of them or xerox them a bunch to get them where you want 'em.   2003-04-24 20:25:41
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   true, snort.   2003-04-24 20:25:38
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   I take a ton of digital photos of textures just to have images that I can utilize the channels as subtractive effects...i.e. creating distressed imagery.   2003-04-24 20:25:22
Dusty!Send Dusty! a message :   computer geek   2003-04-24 20:24:21
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   you can also use a wacom and paint in the channels and use that as a fill layer etc.
Channels are great for utilizing textures.
  2003-04-24 20:23:52
Dusty!Send Dusty! a message :   you can either do it by hand. like paint the shit, or you can do it in photoshop by scanning a texture and knocking it out of whatever you want to fuck up. Obviously the first of the two options is the most genuine but the second of the two allows for a lot more control.   2003-04-24 20:22:14
StreeterSend Streeter a message :   how do you get that 'craped-up' effect where it looks like the paint has flaked off? is that custom brushes or do you do that by hand some how?
ive seen you use it frequently in your projects and it really adds alot.
  2003-04-24 11:33:59
highchairSend highchair a message :   nice use of starbursts... I am a big fan of them myself.   2003-04-21 10:43:57
Don ClarkSend Don Clark a message :   We actually don't. Our friends at The Patent Pending handle the printing for us. All of our posters will be available on our new site in the coming months.   2003-04-20 20:42:58
StreeterSend Streeter a message :   Hey Don, do you guys screen these yourself?   2003-04-20 20:31:18
Don ClarkSend Don Clark a message :   Thanks! These babies are 18 x 24.   2003-04-20 18:09:23
e9Send e9 a message :   the texture on this is great..and so is the reversed out type how big are these?   2003-04-20 11:09:07
vastaghSend vastagh a message :   *!   2003-04-20 10:13:57
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