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I just want the poke dot pattern and I want to know how to make them in gimp maybe. I though people here would know more
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>>506518
wrong board m80
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>>506521
where then?
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>>506522
Don't open up the board list and look. That'd be too easy
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>>506522
probably the graphic design board

>>506536
dickhead
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>>506518
/gd/ shit.
But I'll help anyway since I do both.
It's called a halftone pattern.
Make a gradient in photoshop
filter> Pixelate> Halftone screen
Radius to whatever you want.
set the channels all to 0.

I ended up having some weird shit in the middle of my dots after, so just select the negative space, invert selection, and fill the dots with your main color.

You could go the long route as well by converting to grayscale, then bitmap. You get a lot more control that way.
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>>506612
Fuck, you said gimp.
It should be roughly the same process though.
If not, just look up how to do a halftone in gimp.



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