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Dec 22nd 2001#24457 Report
Member since: Mar 27th 2001
Posts: 2237
3 actions that deliver similar but different results, while turning your photos into sketchy looking line art.

They are all based on the technique I use to get this result:



enjoy!
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Mar 25th 2002#37419 Report
Member since: Mar 25th 2002
Posts: 3
I Dont have much experience with adobe 6.0 but i do have the version 5.0..my question is how do you make a picture transparent?..so that i can have other pictures behind the main one, sorta like a collage of images?
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Apr 6th 2002#39786 Report
Member since: Apr 5th 2002
Posts: 4
If you want a picture to "so called" disapear.

In the layer bar (where all your created layers are) theres a option called "Opacity" with some numbers like 100%

Change this value to something under 100 it'll make the layer you have selected fade into the background or the layers beneeth the selected layer.
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Apr 17th 2002#42572 Report
Member since: Mar 25th 2002
Posts: 3
THANKS FOR THE IDEA I WILL TRY IT OUT...THANKS A BUNCH!!!
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Jun 25th 2002#54989 Report
Member since: Dec 31st 1969
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Jul 13th 2002#58504 Report
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To work it just unzip the stuff in the zip file into the Photoshop actions folder and run it from there.
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Jul 21st 2002#60083 Report
Member since: Jul 21st 2002
Posts: 1
where is the actions folder , i got adobe 7.0 and i installed it in the default settings,
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Oct 9th 2002#72989 Report
Member since: Oct 6th 2002
Posts: 2
To load the actions:

If you dont have the actions window open, click window->show actions
whe you have it open, click the arrow button on the action window and click load actions
then specify the location of the action
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