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Old 03-09-2012, 04:02 PM
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Default **CLOSED** Abstract Paper Patterns... in seconds

Congratulations to Sheila (sdentico)
Mr Random picked your number tonight!


Create an abstract pattern for your papers, based on any photo you provide.
Use the blend mode, the opacity, various effects, add texture, etc.
You never get the same pattern twice.

For a chance to win this script, tell me what is your favorite effect you would add to such a paper pattern.

I will be back on Monday night with the name of a winner.
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Old 03-10-2012, 12:12 PM
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Beautiful. Blending would be a dream.
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:03 PM
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Very cool! I like the one on top that is colorful, but more monochrome, but I wonder if the middle one wouldn't yield better backgrounds with more interest? Hmm. This script looks very interesting!!!
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Old 03-11-2012, 06:07 AM
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Very nice papers! Love how you can blend. I think I would like to add some "noise" to these just to see how they would look. These will make some lovely background papers....
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Definitely will be using for papers in the future!!! I have a request in for a tutorial to Cassel similar to this, so it's right up my alley - LOL

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Really interesting results! My favorite effect would likely be texture. I like my papers to look touchable. :-)
Thanks for the chance!
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Love this one. I am always looking for different ways to do papers. This would work great to do papers then use the Cookie Cutter script to make different elements. Thanks for the chance to win.


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