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Post Wed Nov 09, 2011 12:55 pm

PS CS2 Stained Glass Effect filter

Is there any such filter or combination of , looking to get an amber effect for a local church, have tried acrylic suppliers for sheet material but no joy, so going the printed route if poss.

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Post Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:38 pm

Hi Fred,

Have PS CS4 but pretty sure in CS2 too...

Filter/Texture/Stained glass... Guess you will need an amber background...



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Post Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:53 pm

Thanks for that Martin, it's there in the drop down menu but isn't highlighted (hot)

I guess it's a separate plug in :(
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Post Wed Nov 09, 2011 3:03 pm

sorry fred, maybe reading your post wrong mate, i realise you want a filter for photoshop but are you also asking ways to create the stained glass effect?

if so you can see a demo on how to do it here that i did some years ago:
https://www.uksignboards.com/viewtopic.php?t=17583


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Post Wed Nov 09, 2011 6:04 pm

Cheers for that Rob, i'll have a look.

It's going to be full coverage of large windows, they want an over-all effect rather than just amber translucent vinyl look!!

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Post Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:54 pm

Well for some reason it's fired up on the drop down menu :-?

Cherrs guys.

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Post Thu Nov 10, 2011 3:38 pm

hi fred

thats not a typical translucent vinyl mate. thats professional grade stained glass polyester overlay film. has around ten UV filters amongst other other key properties which is paramount in stained glass work. typical translucent and coloured tinted films bleach in the sun and go clear. they are also mottled in ways and not optically clear. the stuff i used also has a ten year life. the stuff shown is marbled yellow/white which is also a charectorist of old glass which as we know "moves south" due to glass being a slow moving "liquid" creating its own marbled look over the years as it slides.

no matter the size of window, the process is the same, you must lead pipe one side, layup from the other then lead pipe that end and solder joines. or create bone knuckles like ive shown in the demo.

the subway design is not actually possible as ive shown "if done using the traditional methods" for a start there would be far more joins, segments to the glass and so on. the one shown was done purely for demo purposes but as you can see, does still look the part.
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Post Thu Nov 10, 2011 4:32 pm

Hi Rob, didn't mean to infer your work was 'just translucent vinyl' was saying translucent in case any-one pitched in with that option.

Just wish i had the time and a customer willing to pay for top quality signage like that :D

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