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Filters may be used in isolation, but usually they are used as part of a workflow. For example, a [[Gaussian Blur]] might be used on a layer which is then set to [[Overlay]] blend mode, the result being used to pass a texture onto the layers below. Below is a simple texture made using a sequence of filter edits: :  
In the generation of textures, Filters are usually used within a simple workflow, like the one below:  
 
  
 
*The first image is a simple Noise / [[Noise]]. This, and the [[Clouds]] filter are useful for provide a semi-random 'key' onto which subsequent filters can do their thing.  
 
*The first image is a simple Noise / [[Noise]]. This, and the [[Clouds]] filter are useful for provide a semi-random 'key' onto which subsequent filters can do their thing.  

Revision as of 13:35, 10 January 2017

Filters may be used in isolation, but usually they are used as part of a workflow. For example, a Gaussian Blur might be used on a layer which is then set to Overlay blend mode, the result being used to pass a texture onto the layers below. Below is a simple texture made using a sequence of filter edits: :

  • The first image is a simple Noise / Noise. This, and the Clouds filter are useful for provide a semi-random 'key' onto which subsequent filters can do their thing.
  • The second filter is a Pixelate / Crystalize.
  • Then a simple Blur / Gaussian Blur.
  • Finally a Sketch / Bas Relief.

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