In this tutorial, Matt uses an artistic brush to make a pattern in Illustrator and then takes that pattern into Photoshop to use as a weathered layer effect.

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  1. satish (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    illustracter tutorial

  2. gpaual (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    thanks matt; coincidently, i’ve been playing with illustrator and trying to figuire out options for moving thinngs to cs3 and saving them. this tut’ helped alot.

  3. Andrew (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    lol thanks for this funny & great tutorial!

  4. Martin Zahuta (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    Thanks for the nice tip.

  5. Rose Mary Cheek (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    Thanks Matt for sharing…. wondered how, now I know

  6. zoom (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    how what a design

  7. Loren (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    Good job. The more tutorials you can do, the better.

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  9. Zzyzx (Reply) on Friday August 8, 2008

    Great tutorial Matt, there are so many things you can do with that technique.
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