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How to make metal/grunge/industrial effect on Photoshop

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RiseofGreenBean Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
I'd like to know how to make textures or patterns for a grungey industrial effect on photoshop, or how to paint it using different brush settings on photoshop. I need to know this for a project I'm doing (and falling behind on). I've seen a dripping brush tutorial somewhere, so maybe that'll come in handy.
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I use Photoshop CS4 and a wacom bamboo capture tablet.
And by the way, this is for a typography project.

Thanks to anyone with advice and tips :D
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Travis-Anderson Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Student Digital Artist
put in on scatter sorry
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Travis-Anderson Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Make a brush from a scribble that has been half erased and but it on scatter
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RiseofGreenBean Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
what do you mean by half-erased? Like do a scribble over it with the eraser tool?
And you have to do a lot of layering with that method, right?
thanks. :D
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Travis-Anderson Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Yeah so make scribble with some paint and with an even smaller eraser scribble over that scribble. Make it so the scribbled paint line is thoroughly broken up.
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weremole Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Find and make stuff like that. Manhandled paint, interesting textures, splatters, crumpled paper... SCAN THAT SHIT! Make brushes and textures out of it.

You can "paint" with a texture by using the mask tool. By activating the mask you can use black or white to add and subtract what is visible on the layer. You can also use the clone stamp tool.
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RiseofGreenBean Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
lol thanks for your advice. I'm going to find stuff to scan, but I don't really know much about masks. What can you do with them?
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weremole Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I tried explaining them in brief in the previous post. It's a bit abstract to explain so I think a video tutorial would be best.
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RiseofGreenBean Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2012
okay, I'll look into that
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