PHOTOSHOP PIRATE MAP WITH BURNT EDGES

PHOTOSHOP PIRATE MAP WITH BURNT EDGES


09.06.2012

 · Follow this step by step guide to learn how to create an old burn treasure map in Photoshop.Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more fr...

12.08.2012

 · A tutorial on how to achieve a burnt edge effect on your images with Photoshop CS5. View the post on my blog at http://www.theresasheridan.com/create-a-burnt...

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Dec 4, 2018 - Steps for creating an old scroll or antique looking paper and drawing a treasure or pirate map. Bonus: how to draw a world map and maps with colors.

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23.10.2009

 · I want to make an authentic looking pirate map, all aged and yellowed, and with burnt edges. Does anyone know how to do this? I looked online and saw the tea/coffee staining method, but I thought there was a way to do it using vinegar. All tips and methods are appreciated.

One of the all-time classic effects in Photoshop is the burnt edge, and there's lots of different ways to create it, but in this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we're going to look at a way that's not only easy, it's also extremely flexible.

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19.04.2012

 · I have been looking at some maps (Not genuine) that were made to look old. So why do they have burnt edges! Pirates didn't drop maps in fires did they? I mean they sail around in the ocean so they don't usually light a fire!

In this Photoshop tutorial, we'll learn how to give a photo a worn, torn edges effect.Creating the effect is easy, requiring nothing more than a few layers, the Eraser Tool, one of Photoshop's built-in brushes, and some layer styles to help finish things off.