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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    Don't forget to rate the tutorial so it can get the award it so richly deserves! ten 5 star ratings (I think) is what is needed.
    Here here... I second that! <grin>

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    Very cool technique! I've been trying to figure out how to do that. Everything else I've tried ate away at the original too much.

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    Congrats OldGuy!

    The people have spoken, the member have rated, and this is now an award winning tutorial!

    -Rob A>

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    Congrats OldGuy!

    The people have spoken, the member have rated, and this is now an award winning tutorial!

    -Rob A>
    Woo Hoo !!!

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    Very usefull! Thanks for making this.

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    This looks great. And I'd really like to get it to work. I use Gimp, but there are several functions I can't seem to get to work, most notably the Add Noise function as you have described it. Is there any way to do this using Gimp?

    Thanks in advance and grats on the award

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legiazus View Post
    This looks great. And I'd really like to get it to work. I use Gimp, but there are several functions I can't seem to get to work, most notably the Add Noise function as you have described it. Is there any way to do this using Gimp?

    Thanks in advance and grats on the award
    See Post 11 top of page 2 by that RobA guy. Supposedly he used Gimp, too.

    -Rob A>

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    Oh, didn't notice that before. Thanks!

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    Inspired by this (and I admit unable to get it to work in GIMP due to my limited knowledge), I stumbled upon a similar and even simpler approach that works ok for me:

    Filter - Noise - Spread (50)
    Filter - Blur - Gausian Blur (5)
    Colours -Threshold
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkaen View Post
    Inspired by this (and I admit unable to get it to work in GIMP due to my limited knowledge), I stumbled upon a similar and even simpler approach that works ok for me:

    Filter - Noise - Spread (50)
    Filter - Blur - Gausian Blur (5)
    Colours -Threshold
    I don't think PS has a spread filter... so this might be gimp specific.

    -Rob A>

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