Hello, Could I get some more info please. The image was keyworded as an artistic grunge backround or overlay. Thanks in advance
Yes, I find that I get jaggered edges when I changed it to a bitmap and then back to grey scale. So should the rule of thumb be - No jaggered edges at 100% size? 🙂
In which application did you create this?
It was scanned then dropped out of the tones and colour in photoshop
I would prefer a vector graphic from Illustrator which contains transparency and has perfectly sharp, crisp details at any scale because it's math-based. You can't do that with pixel-based raster images.
Free Grunge textures are widely available online with instructions on how to use them in your own projects.
You'll also find plenty of Illustrator tutorials on YouTube.
Good luck with your project!
Thank you Nancy, they look great, however they are a little small for printing only 10cm x 7cm
And yes I do refer toYouTube alot! 🙂
Like I said above, vector images in Illustrator can be re-scaled to any size that's needed for print without ANY loss in quality. You cannot do that with raster images. 😉
Hi @rose 6060,
I think Grunge & Distressed overlays are fairly well represented in Stock already.
Did you submit this as an editable vector graphic (AI, EPS or SVG) or did you submit a JPG?
Thanks Nancy, I will bear that in mind
Jpg - I think I have this problem on one of my patterns that was rejected - see attached