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    Junior Member BigGreg85's Avatar
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    ok I have this image of a brickwall...
    but this image is going to be the main image on my website .

    So my question is...How do I change the edges of the three images(Banner, menu, and Bottom) so that it looks like a wall that has a hole(inline frame) blown through it?

    Ive tried it in Adobe Photoshop 7, Im sure its possible, its just that my photoshop skills arent the best.

    Can someone explain to me how to do go about doing this?

    Thank You!

    Greg
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    I think you should break the brick along the mortar lines... it would look like someone took a sledge hammer to it. You could cut it up into a couple graphics so that the image actually overlaps your iframe, too. That would be pretty cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by transio
    I think you should break the brick along the mortar lines... it would look like someone took a sledge hammer to it. You could cut it up into a couple graphics so that the image actually overlaps your iframe, too. That would be pretty cool
    yea I have all kinds of ideas like that, but the problem is i dont know how to do it.
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    If you want to sharpen your photoshop skills, www.good-tutorials.com is a good resource. They have tons of effects that you can step through and see how they're done, and you can learn how to use the different tools of photoshop at the same time.

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    I think what I have done so far, looks pretty cheezy...

    www.biggreg85.com

    I will have to work on it when I get the chance
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    Use the lasso tool with a fast erratic, jaggied motion when cutting it out. Make the background colour a dark shade of grey as opposed to black and use a drop shadow on the wall to portray depth.


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