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I have made a fan magazine cover with Gimp (Sunken novels):

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I would like to imitate creases, cracks, earmarks, tears (maybe even coffee mug marks) to give it a used, worn-out look. Something like:

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I marked the places of wanna be creases, earmark, tears and cracks with black marker. Any pre-made existing filters, script-fus, or maybe another software, web app, or simply a transparent PNG with the creases and tears which I can merge / blend onto the magazine coover?

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You could use a paper texture. Either find an old worn piece of paper and scan it, or find a texture to use online, then paste it on its own layer above the main image layer, and change the blending mode to Multiply.

For example:

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  • As far as I understand: should I scan a worn-out booklet which has completely white / beige cover and has the creases, cracks, earmarks to use then the multiply blend mode? – Konstantin Feb 9 '18 at 22:12
  • @Konstantin - any piece of suitably worn/creased paper will do. – Billy Kerr Feb 10 '18 at 11:58

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