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    Default Canvas Texture

    How can i get the canvas texture that photoshop has ?

    Thanks

    agrazdi

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    Default Canvas

    Use the "Grain" option and select one of the grain textures eg CLOTH1.png.
    then paint on as normal using the colour you require from the colour tab.
    you can change the scale and bias for the grain texture and alter the opacity as well.
    Marco
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    this is how it looks in photoshop.
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    Marco is right with using the grain options. I gave it a whirl as well and simply by adding one more step by adding highlights to the "inked" on grain pattern you can create the shadowing of the texture you have attached here from Photoshop.

    Here are two attempts. One with the grain Marco displayed, and the other is an additional grain you can use from the Piranesi library. Keep in mind that after you overlay this grain you will need to slightly restore the image in certain areas as to not "muddy" or loose the rendering under the texture. The restoration process is similar to Robin Lockhart's technique in how he achieves the feathered pastel/watercolor edges of his renderings.

    Take care.

    David A. Walker
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    If you want to actually use the pattern from Photoshop as the grain, just create a PNG file from Photoshop and then use that as a grain in Piranesi.
    Brian Woodward
    MicroGDS and Piranesi

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