How is this texture created?

New Here ,
May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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I really liked this subtle texture, and I was wondering how it was created. Most of the textures that I create tend to be quite harsh on darker coloured backgrounds. 
Does anyone have any ideas?

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I would probably do it in Photoshop, using a textured raster image as a mask and brushing it in/out a bit.

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One could place a pixel image in Illustrator (white noise on black) and set it to Blend Mode »Screen« but as @Doug A Roberts  already mentioned it might be more convenient to do in Phooshop. 

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Thanks for the reply, I'll try this but also ask the question in the Photoshop forum.

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How are you currently creating them? Are you using opacity masks? If you create textures often, you might want to look into AstuteGraphics plug-ins. Texturino specifically would be great for you and you can try it out for 14 days free. I have no affiliation, just like all of their plug-ins for Illustrator.

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