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Here's what I would do... Simple black document and run Filter > Noise > Add Noise to create some texture.... It's subtle, but there. Then use Layer > layer Style > Gradient Overlay to apply a radial gradient set to screen to brighten the center. Again, it's meant to be subtle. If the noise is too harsh, I'd add a new solid black layer ...


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I originally posted this as a comment, but I decided to elaborate and create an answer: You're going to achieve the matte effect more through how you "light" the object in photoshop, not as much through how you texture it. You need to add a gradient to your object, as well as some shadows, to give the appearance of a light source being diffused on its ...


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Since you didn't specify application here's how you do in Photoshop. Make a color fill layer move it under your image Make your image color mode Screen Image 1: Described setup You can now double click on the color fill layer, Photoshop will open a color picker dialog to change the color. Image 2: Change color by double clicking on Color Fill 1 ...



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