For history buffs — the National Archives in the UK have digitised the diaries of hundreds of soldiers from World War I, and have made them available online.
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Because you asked so nicely Anon, not only did I put in my film grain, but I also threw in some other bits and pieces that really only take five minutes and that I practically use in almost all my graphics.
Truth be told, unless I’m using a photo (of which is sourced here), I don’t like using textures. I mean, there’s some really pretty ones out there, but I prefer to use the image I’m working with to make the ‘textures’ I want, as it creates something that only fits with that image, the contours, the shapes, the figures etc. Yeah so, textureless tutorial folks!
Note that this tutorial is image heavy and I suck at this so yeah. But I’m pretty sure anyone can do this as it’s really stupid easy. Like super mega ultra easy. Hope this helps you out!
Tutorial under cut.