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You could turn your artwork/layers into to a Smart Object, and use Adobe Camera RAW as a filter, then click on the "fx" tab. This is an example on a large 5792px wide image. I maxxed out all the sliders on the Grain controls, and also added some post-crop vignetting. Since it's a filter on a Smart Object, you can readjust it at any time. It's a ...


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You could do something similar to this, semi automatically. Create a simple gradient between the darkest and lightest blue and apply it to your 15*20px image. Something like this: Do Image > Mode > Indexed, and choose the settings shown:


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I'm not sure that I agree that the images you link to has larger grains than you can get with the Noise filter. They are just "harsher". A different kind. And I don't think they look like 35 mm film grain (which I would expect to be "softer"), but more like it's mimicking some form of lithography printing where the grains come from the ...


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This is basically the same effect as @user287001 suggests, but more dynamic. Create a Solid Color layer for the background color. Create a Solid Color layer for the noise. Select the Layer Mask of the noise layer and fill it with black. In the Properties panel set the Feather of the noise layer mask to a relatively high number. Set the Blend Mode of the ...


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You can maybe do it in some 3D package (a skill I do not possess) but you can also do it in Photoshop with a bit of bevel/emboss & a drop-shadow… I've made no real attempt to match with absolute accuracy, just to hint in the right direction. This took a whole 3 minutes. (If I'd thought about it a little bit longer, I'd have put some of the shadow back ...


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Image > Adjustments > Levels seems to work to a degree... Call once to remove most of the noise. Then call again to boost the signal a bit more... It's difficult to be definitive with only a small portion of any image. While what I've posted appears to help with the sample..... it may not work for the greater picture.


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Paint in Photoshop to a new layer with a big soft brush which has blending mode Dissolve (the blending mode of the brush, layer has mode=Normal). Airbrush mode =ON or reduced brush opacity help to control the coverage. After painting blur and reduce the layer opacity: In the left there's some painting. In the middle Gaussian blur is applied and in the ...


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