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try googling 'dark black grunge texture' then on Photoshop use selected texture and in the layers panel select Multiply or reduce the opacity slightly (10 -20%). Remember to have a black background colour.


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http://www.myfreetextures.com has a bit over 1000 free textures and images


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Try to change your graphic mode via start→3dsmax→change graphics mode. the default mode was software, and the Direct3d or openGL should be better.


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One way to do it would be to scan the watercolor or marker illustration in at the highest resolution possible and create a tracing. You would essentially end up with something like a stippled drawing. The vector illustration would be incredibly complex (hundreds of thousands of points and shapes) but you'd be able to reproduce it in one color and then shift ...


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Wow, that original fractal image is amazing. I think you should be able to make something like the portions you’re after, just using Photoshop and a few filters. Here’s a really quick and hacky attempt. And here’s how I made it. Make some fibers Blur 'em Motion blur 'em Levels 'em (more contrast) Add a gradient map Because, gradient maps ...



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