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10/10/2005 07:31:16 PM · #1
This download Joey is referring to, does it work with Photoshop Elements? If so any direction you can give me would be much appreciated.

A grunge action (yeh, I’m lazy and these work like a charm… I like to use one called ‘the draganizer.’ Keep in mind, this simple action will not save you, you got to use my other tricks too) I want you to download it and load it into your photoshop actions
You can get it here:
//www.atncentral.com/download.htm
Once you’ve d-loaded it, drag the file inside to:
C:\ Program Files Adobe Abobe-whatever-the-shit Presets Photoshop Actions

Thanks.
ATN Central
10/10/2005 08:38:55 PM · #2
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10/10/2005 08:39:29 PM · #3
Unfortunately, Elements only supports filters and not actions, as far as I know.

Lee
10/10/2005 08:42:15 PM · #4
There seems to be a lot of grunge brushes out there. Could someone recommend one?
10/10/2005 08:49:07 PM · #5
Try this one and use you're mouse to roll-over the image

It's on that same actions download page(along with Gothic Glow).

Urban Acid might work too with some curves adjustment and grain.

Message edited by author 2005-10-10 20:52:55.
10/10/2005 08:53:39 PM · #6
Thanks I'll take a look!
10/10/2005 09:06:44 PM · #7
Originally posted by pawdrix:

Try this one and use you're mouse to roll-over the image

It's on that same actions download page(along with Gothic Glow).

Urban Acid might work too with some curves adjustment and grain.


It looks like this is a PS “action” which are not available to PS Elements. ?
10/10/2005 09:33:52 PM · #8
I only have photoshop Limited Edition.

Will any of those work with it? if so can you give a quick runtrru of how to add it to your filters??
10/10/2005 09:41:33 PM · #9
If anyone has run across an MS Digital Image Pro compatible version of a grunge filter/gothic glow filter/draganizer filter, I'd really appreciate any info on it as well! :-) So far, I've been unable to locate ANY compatible filters (whether for sale or for free). Thanks! (Not trying to hijack the thread, just thought it followed along the same line of thought!)
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