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Pop-Art Screentones by spiegelscherben Pop-Art Screentones by spiegelscherben
This tutorial shows how to do Pop-Art like screentones using the Adobe Photoshop 7.0 Color Halftone filter.
I got so bored constantly being asked about how I did screentones like in the preview icon so I threw this together to point people to...

Beware, it's quite a big file! ^^;
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TheTeaMaker Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks! This helps a lot!
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linenburgh May 7, 2012
this is great! but how do you managed to make the gradient dot patterns? I couldn't do it :/
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ZombiDJ Feb 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome tutorial! i love this pattern
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xxVampire-Alisaxx Jan 3, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I finally understand how to do screentones :)
Thanks so much!
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Esktasy Jun 28, 2010  Student General Artist
Thanks for this great tutorial! :)
Unfortunately, I couldn't use this for a long time because I am a GIMP user (by choice, though) and GIMP doesn't have the filter (at least it's not easy too find). I found the equivalent to it recently... so I have a question: am I allowed to make a tutorial demonstrating how this works in GIMP? (I'll credit you, of course :))
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spiegelscherben Dec 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Definitely, go ahead :)
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:iconkachink:
this is ultimately helpful. nothing more easy to comprehend, and nothing more practical for beginners like me! xDD
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Anfinity Nov 30, 2008   Writer
Really useful. Thanks! :)
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waiting4wings Nov 2, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you very much - I love these tutorials that actually explain the method, rather than just walking the reader through the steps of a single picture. You demonstrated more ways to use the color halftone than a single picture could have. :)
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I love You for this.
Its now so clear.
Thank you a million :love:
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