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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by einsteinbqat, May 31, 2014.
How do you make this (Photoshop or other)? Thanks.
You'd do the squares first, probably with a shape tool (square + a small radius), and then mask it on top of the gradient.
Very carefully. I'm sure someone spent a lot of time on that.
If you don't know, you can't do it. It's not that hard. All gradients and formed shapes.
I'd guess a background, a mask for the squares, and then some sort of selective light mode blending to make the squares smaller and disappear in the wave like patterns.
If you dont know, you try and learn to do it.
What have you tried?
An airbrush, stencils and lots of skill and time. You did say other too.
Or sheets of colored vinyl, a straightedge, and an xacto knife.
Saw this pic already today and was just thinking how awesome it looks, and then found this thread
Looks like an underlying halftone effect. I used to achieve it using a special photographic film. It was the first step in preparing photos for screen printing.
The old film process yielded rounded dots, but this one looks digital. Photoshop?
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I did it manually, but it takes so much time! So I wondered if there was a way to speed it up.
That’s pretty much what I did.
Photoshop. At least for concept. I'd probably end up re-drawing in Illustrator for scalability.
1. white logo on mid gray background
3. convert to halftone
4. crop and apply gradient.
Here's my quick rough approximation.
Awesome. I used to love the old film process: 20 mins in the darkroom and all those beautiful halftone dots appeared automatically. It was magic.
How long did photoshop take you? 30 seconds