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    Junior Member WebGuy's Avatar
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    Does anyone know of a tutorial on how to make a graphic image that has a background layer and make the lettering on top of that background seem as if they were peeling with the old paint and where part of it. This doesn't have to be peeling paint. It could be old cracked brick, a wall, or rusty metal. I tried using different opacity settings but it doesn't come out the same. Maybe there is a filter that can do this.

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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    Looks like they took a photo of rusting peeling paint (looks like an old cargo ship) and superimposed their logo on it, adding to the effect by overlaying the chipped out portions in a third layer over the photo. They finished it off by texturing the text... maybe decreasing opacity slightly to allow the texture through.

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