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  • Ribbed cotton texture

    does any body know how to create a ribbed cotton texture in PhotoShop or Painter, just like the cotton weave you see on a standard t shirt? Or can anyone point me in the right direction to an appropriate tutorial. Thx
    Web Design and Graphic Design

  • #2
    You could try to find a download of the texture you are looking for or if you have a digital camera take a close up picture of a t-shirt and create a brush out of it. I believe there is something on that might help you with that.
    How about a chain pickerel in your bath tub?


    • #3
      I'd grab a clean tshirt and smooth it out on a flatbed scanner and scan it.


      • #4
        I did this just last night (took a digital pic of a t-shirt) and it worked like a charm.
        Thomas Clemmons


        • #5
          Yeah! have now decided to take a digital shot with the macro lens, just perfect
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