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    Could someone teach me how to do this?

    Hi,

    I'm looking to find a way to create this effect..



    I have all the major graphic programs.

    Any ideas people? I'm desperate

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    Thanks for the links - I'll look over them carefully. The best one seems to be the Scanner Darkly one, although the creator says that his image took over 4 hours.

    I'm sure I met a guy who could do them within the hour! I'll have a look over those lins tho in the meantime! Thanks.

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    You can try with "Cutout" filter (from Filter/Artistic menu). to achieve similar results too.
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    are you looking to create this graphic as a vector image or just a .psd file?

    if photoshop just use one of the artistic filters like "dry brush" or "cutout"

    let me know if vector, be a few more steps involved

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    use cut out, then posterise filters in photoshop

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    yeah posterize is the way


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