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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    I don't think PS has a spread filter... so this might be gimp specific.

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    There isn't in my CS3 Ver. 10 - but someone may have built a custom filter to duplicate whatever it does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    What does the spread filter do?
    It randomly moves individual pixels based on a normal distribution. Each pixel is preserved, just moved.

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    That looks like the Brush Strokes - Spatter filter in PS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    That looks like the Brush Strokes - Spatter filter in PS.
    Didn't even think about that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    That looks like the Brush Strokes - Spatter filter in PS.
    Looks similar (from a quick google search). Spatter looks clumpier, though that could be a result of the smoothness setting.

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    Thanks for the tutorial! I am new to this all (including PS) and I found this easy and very helpful!
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    It´s a really nice manouver you teach us! (or me only =p)

    Thanks for the help!!!!

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    I hope you guys don´t make fun of me, i know i am a newbie =)))

    Is this the idea right?
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    Thanks OldGuy for this fantastic tutorial, it helped me a LOT. And thanks RobA for adapting this tut to GIMP.

    You can see my WIP thread over here.
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