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finally time to suck it up

I've been struggling with this for a long time now, and I finally decided it's time to suck it up and just ask someone.


How do you get a really nice weathered/worn look over an image in Illustrator?

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Rambunkcious

leave it out in the cold with no sweater

Roostersauce

use tea... if you rub tea over it itll make it look really old and stained
and burning the sides and edges a lil helps too

Tongue

Sucky Sucky?

Tongue

its my sister

Tongue

you want her number?

Stevethegreat

eight six seven five three oh nine

Rambunkcious

for a good time for a good time caaaaaallll

Tongue

i would never give out my sisters phone number you desperate sick fuck


















ill email it to you

Stevethegreat

haha



is that really your sister?

Tongue

no way.
i wouldnt go near that tramp unless i was paid.












its my wife.

atombender

A+++++++ RESPONSES!!!! WOULD READ AGAIN!!!!!!!

what an absolutely excellent community of designers. thanks for the help, I'll do everything you say.

Rambunkcious

uh i was unaware we were being graded on this assignment can i please resubmit a more witty response?

bananaphone
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google illustrator distressing tutorials. And don't go overboard.

herky
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Click on this
for tips on creating a distressed design courtesy of "stingerstyler" and other talented artists on Threadless. I suggest you bookmark it, I did.


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