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Washed-out effect?

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enxio27
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Washed-out effect?

Post#1 by enxio27 » 09 Dec 2019, 05:09


Is there a tool or method to give an area the appearance of being washed out, faded, or worn? This is the look I'm trying to achieve:
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Krikor
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Post#2 by Krikor » 10 Dec 2019, 13:34


enxio27 wrote:
09 Dec 2019, 05:09
Is there a tool or method to give an area the appearance of being washed out, faded, or worn? This is the look I'm trying to achieve:
@enxio27, This result can be obtained with different techniques.

One idea is to combine the use of texture + mask + layer modes. Texture desaturation or its contrast adjustment are also optional.

For ease, try with the texture attached.
Put it on the layer above the layer where your image is, and adjust the layer mode and modes to your liking.
Esvoar.zip
Krikor - Textura simular desvenecimento
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I think more experienced users will come up with a more practical and better idea, but it seems to work.
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RJKD
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Post#3 by RJKD » 10 Dec 2019, 16:58


You could make bold large brush strokes of solid color and then take a very large very soft brush 050 and smudge the whole canvass by making random strokes to 'push' the color around. To achieve a similar effect to your image you could apply the Clothify filter.
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Krikor
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Post#4 by Krikor » 10 Dec 2019, 20:12


Krikor wrote:
10 Dec 2019, 13:34
@enxio27,
For ease, try with the texture attached.
Put it on the layer above the layer where your image is, and adjust the layer mode and modes to your liking.
Esvoar.zip
Not exactly the same result, but maybe close. (Personal adjustments will always make a difference)
Krikor - Simular desvenecimento 02
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