Rough paper effect

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Feb 26, 2022 Feb 26, 2022

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Hi, have you seen a new tutorial Use motion in Fresco?

It is available inside Adobe Fresco on iPad.

It shows a boy running after firefles trying to catch them with a net. A beautiful animation!

Howevere I'd like to know something completely different.

The background (a sky and grass) is drawn in a way that it looks like it was drawn on some kind of a very rough paper. How was that done?

I tried hiding all the layers to perhaps find a layer witha rough paper. But there isn't any.

The effect of a rough paper is made on one single layer that also includes the colors. I'm attaching this layer to this post for you to see what I'm talking about. Look at the sky and the grass. Perhaps zoom it in and you'll see the rought paper effect. How was that done?

I'd be very gratefull to know.

(Hopefully I'm not violating any copyrights by exporting this layer from a Addobe Fresco tutorial and attaching it here. After all it is for educational purposes only.)

 

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Mar 19, 2022 Mar 19, 2022

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With the initials KTW in the corner on the original image I'm guessing it will be an image done by Kyle T. Webster.

With that in mind, most likely it was done using some of his brushes. Have you downloaded his brushes packs and looked through these to try to find one which might match?

At a guess I would try to find a sponge type pixel brush.

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