Broken Glass link
Posted 11 April 2006 - 03:18 PM
I don't know if this works,but i'll try this translated link as well.
Deslocar - displace
Desfocar - blur
Posted 14 April 2006 - 05:31 AM
-Open any image.
-Creates another clear layer, design lines as shown below. Change the name of this layer to "lines" - To design straight lines, with the brush, click in a
point of the screen and press the shift key
- Create a white layer.
- Duplicate the layer "lines" and position the copy on the white layer.
- Merge the duplicated "lines" layer with the white layer
- With the "Bucket" tool, fill the spaces with tones of gray.
- Hairpiece the screen Filters => Blur=> Gaussian Blur (h=3, v=3).
- Change the name of the layer to "gray"
- In the layer "Image", hairpiece the screen: Filters=> Map => Displace (x=30, y=30), use the layer "gray" as the map layer
- Organize the layers as shown below.
- Change the mode of the layers "lines" and "gray" to "divide".
- Change the opacity of the layer "lines" and "gray" to 35.
Posted 14 April 2006 - 04:19 PM
I just re-read the translated version billabongpnkrckr posted! Almost spit Mtn. Dew on the monitor screen after reading/laughing how babelfish translated a couple of the steps. Still looking for the "hairpiece" filter. If anyone knows how I can use the hairpiece tool, I would appreciate it! :w:
Posted 22 July 2006 - 06:03 AM
i have a question. if i were to make an animation and i wanted to make broken glass animated does anyone kno a way to continue this even further? should i just resize the broken part? and what about the glass pieces going apart and flying and flipping in the air and stuff...