Fluttering Flags

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by PhredBear, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. PhredBear

    PhredBear Guest

    I'm trying to make a fluttering flag and I can't find anything on the web.
    There was some stuff a while ago from Sandy Blair in the Filter Factory.
    They had a filter in Gallery B for PS3 but it all seems to have been removed
    from the web. Anybody got any ideas? I have tried doing it in GIMP following
    a but without much success. My skills don't seem to be honed enough.
    PhredBear, Nov 19, 2007
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    KatWoman Guest

    someone posted awhile back how to do this with a displacement map

    someone else suggested taking the flat graphic of a flag and using the wave
    and warp, shear etc
    filter>liquefy may work too
    KatWoman, Nov 19, 2007
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    RobertJM Guest

    Don't know if this is the one you tried?
    RobertJM, Nov 19, 2007
  4. PhredBear

    KatWoman Guest

    well further down the page the guy made a script
    no work
    KatWoman, Nov 19, 2007
  5. Here's a tutorial I made a while back.


    Have fun.
    Bye for now,

    George Dingwall

    Invergordon, Scotland

    George Dingwall, Nov 19, 2007
  6. PhredBear

    PhredBear Guest

    Thanks George, that will do nicely.

    I looked at your website and it brought back some fond memories. I used to
    visit the RAF site at Alness, when I was at RNAS Lossimouth, back in the
    60's, and we had a friend at the Teaninich Still who was very generous. I
    also had a friend who was the Exciseman at the one in Dingwall which had
    closed but was used to store the Talisker.

    Oddly enough, It was your Saltire which I found in Google Images which
    started me off on this track. I want to do one with a logo in the centre for
    my website site about our krinklies club.


    Ian Millward
    PhredBear, Nov 19, 2007
  7. Hi Ian,

    I was stationed at RNAS Lossiemouth in 1968 and again in 1970/71. It
    was a great place. I really liked my time there. I was at the Air
    Ordnance Workshops, 736 squadron and NASU, (Naval Air Support Unit),
    right on the far side of the airfield. In late 1971 I was re-trained
    as a Photographer at the Joint Services Photography School which was
    at Lossiemouth at the time.

    The Teannich distillery is still here, but there have been quite a few
    changes round here since those days.

    Good luck with you website project.

    Bye for now,

    George Dingwall

    Invergordon, Scotland

    George Dingwall, Nov 20, 2007
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