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camo application tool: pse by Arctic-Hunter camo application tool: pse by Arctic-Hunter
I can't guarantee anything. this may or may not work. I've never even touched pse, so I don't exactly know what it can or can't do. labrat volunteers are much appreciated.

Instructions: before you run the Action, put your pattern in a layer near the sample. make sure your pattern layer is selected, and press play.

click here for the the official CS version
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WolvenOps Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I was just looking at it, there is no depth,

People aren't flat, are they? (In Austria? :0)
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WolvenOps Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you think it works in Photoshop 5? xD
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Arctic-Hunter Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010
if you have photoshop 5 you can try selling it on ebay under the "antiquities" section. get yourself a couple cans of REAL photoshop with the money.

but the underlying question is: does ps5 support actions? does it support masks? if it does both, you should have no trouble at all.
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Tounushi Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010
Wrote up a comparison. Tried to make it as objective as possible
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Tounushi Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010
Took a bit of fumbling around, but I think I got it to work. Didn't figure out how to automatically go from camo sheet to finished product (if that is the purpose). But it did cut steps from my manual tool.

Very handy now.
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Arctic-Hunter Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010
hmm. some people call me a layer whore specifically because I never merge my products.

what I had in mind was this:
if all the FORM layers are not merged, the user has the ability to use the "move" tool to move the camo this way and that, allowing the elimination of tile seams, ugly transitions, etc. If need be, the layers can even be transformed further with the "free transform" tool without affecting the position of the masks. if that makes any sense.

I also considered that some "may" want to slip a picture into the background to make a quick colour correction of their product. For that purpose I also included the brightness, saturation and invert tools with masks that only affect the camo.
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