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phuc,

I got all the White Sox ones you had up over at Vectorportal, but I was wondering if I could request a couple more:

The 70's pajama-era script, white text on a blue mesh:

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=764

The throwback logo they used, blue on a cream mesh:

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=zqkfu9k8935cv26w5tlq

...and it'd be awesome if you could do something with this on a baby-blue background (although that might be tricky, considering the source image):

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=752

Thanks in advance!

You happen to have any of those logos in vector? I don't have any of those logos or I would have made them before. If you have them I can do it.

I'm more interested in how he creates the mesh part of the background. If I find out, I'm thinking of applying that to Nick's football template.

FYI: On the tutorial, which by the way is 95% done, I am only going to explain the stitching and all that. The jersey is wy too much to type and explain. I will post the PSD file with the jersey in it so people can download the file. I had made a mesh background before, then found one in the Machine Wash filters for Photoshop, and I liked it better then mine and just use that instead. The thing isn't really a filter it an action, so I could post the action and people could use it for other stuff too.

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phuc,

I got all the White Sox ones you had up over at Vectorportal, but I was wondering if I could request a couple more:

The 70's pajama-era script, white text on a blue mesh:

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=764

The throwback logo they used, blue on a cream mesh:

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=zqkfu9k8935cv26w5tlq

...and it'd be awesome if you could do something with this on a baby-blue background (although that might be tricky, considering the source image):

http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?lo=752

Thanks in advance!

You happen to have any of those logos in vector? I don't have any of those logos or I would have made them before. If you have them I can do it.

I'm more interested in how he creates the mesh part of the background. If I find out, I'm thinking of applying that to Nick's football template.

FYI: On the tutorial, which by the way is 95% done, I am only going to explain the stitching and all that. The jersey is wy too much to type and explain. I will post the PSD file with the jersey in it so people can download the file. I had made a mesh background before, then found one in the Machine Wash filters for Photoshop, and I liked it better then mine and just use that instead. The thing isn't really a filter it an action, so I could post the action and people could use it for other stuff too.

The jersey part is the thing I'm most interested in at the moment. The stitching is just as interesting, but the jersey mesh would be a good use for signature graphics and a lot of other stuff.

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Got the tutorial done. I was going to have someone test it, but guess we can just test it on the fly. Hope it's easy to understand. Just download the zip file and read the Word document and use the PSD file as you go. Once you get done with the walk through, delete the logo inside and keep the jersey part to make more.

Get the tutorial here.

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Got the tutorial done. I was going to have someone test it, but guess we can just test it on the fly. Hope it's easy to understand. Just download the zip file and read the Word document and use the PSD file as you go. Once you get done with the walk through, delete the logo inside and keep the jersey part to make more.

Get the tutorial here.

P.stic, I cant get it to download, please use something different than rapid share

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Now, I'm working on a Jim Kelly Bills wallpaper. But, I'm emulating screen-printed numbers instead of twill. Too get that look down, I set the text at about 80%-85% opacity. Soon, I'm going to tweak with the filters to see if I can replicate that shiny finish that screened numerals get.

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Are there many American sports fans in Australia?

You better believe it! I actually coach American Football here in Australia, and although not a huge sport Down Under, a lot of Aussies like a lot of America sports.

While we're on this thread though, congratulations on the great work. These wallpapers are brilliant! I'll wait until you've finished all the requests before asking for one myself. :D

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You have the opacity on the stitches too dark? Could be the problem. Plus the scan lines are not over each layer, and I think those being there will help the stitching blend in more. Seems like right now the darkness of the stitching is what catches the eye.

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You have the opacity on the stitches too dark? Could be the problem. Plus the scan lines are not over each layer, and I think those being there will help the stitching blend in more. Seems like right now the darkness of the stitching is what catches the eye.

Thanks, I'll give it a shot.

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