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Ripped from the back material

Mar 2, 2012, 13:31
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Ripped from the back material
Hey everybody,

I want to create an effect on my image where the image is ripped from behind and the ripped pieces are turned to the front like the power that ripped the material came from behind.

An example would be AC/DC Razors Edge album cover.

I found some tutorials but they are just for ripped paper. I want to be able to turn those ripped edges anywhere I want like real paper or some other material in real life.

I hope somebody helps me!

Thank you in advance.
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Mar 2, 2012, 15:45
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RE: Ripped from the back material
Look for "bullet holes" tutorials. There are some around (that don't use bullet hole brushes...).

Materials (wood, paper, fabric, cardboard, metal) react very differently to ripping.

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Mar 3, 2012, 09:34
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RE: Ripped from the back material
(Mar 2, 2012 15:45)ofnuts Wrote:  Look for "bullet holes" tutorials. There are some around (that don't use bullet hole brushes...).

Materials (wood, paper, fabric, cardboard, metal) react very differently to ripping.

Thank you so much! That's what I'm talking about!

I will look into it ASAP...
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