To work with Brick Wall

Step 1

You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Brick Wall that is under the Texture tab.

Step 2

You can specify the brick size and the density of the brick pattern.

Interlocking Brick Wall

Step 3

Brick Wall groups' pixels into a series of interlocking cells to make an image look like a painting on a brick wall.

Step 1

Click on the Bubbles that is under the Texture in the Effect menu as shown by the image below.

Bubbjes...

Step 2

You can specify the size of the bubbles and the amount of the image that is covered.

Diameter: | 50

Coverage: | 50

Light Direction: 315 Refraction

Step 3

Bubbles create bubbling foam on an image as shown by the picture below.

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Texture. After that click Cobblestone.

Cobblestone...

Step 2

And then you can specify the size, spacing, and granularity of the cobblestones.

Step 3

Cobblestone makes an image look like it was created with cobblestones as shown in the picture below.

Step 1

You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Elephant Skin that is under the Texture tab.

iM Elephant Skin.

Step 2

You can specify the age of the elephant skin as well as the skin color.

Randomize

Color:

Step 3

Elephant Skin gives an image a wrinkled look by creating an overlay of wavy lines.

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Texture. After that click Etching.

Etching.

Step 2

You can control the depth of the etching, the amount of detail, the direction of the incident light, and the color of the metal surface.

Step 3

Etching transforms an image into an etching as shown by the picture below.

Step 1

First, you need to select the Effect menu and choose Texture followed by Plastic.

Plastic.

Step 2

You can specify the image depth, as well as the color and angle of light shining on the plastic.

Step 3

• Plastic makes an image look like it is made out of plastic as shown by the image below.

Step 1

You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Stone that is under the Texture tab.

Step 2

You can specify the amount of detail, the density of the pattern, and the angle of light hitting an image. You can apply a preset stone style or create and save a custom stone style as a preset.

Step 3

Stone gives an image a stone texture by shown in the picture below.

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Texture followed by Underpainting.

U Underpainting.

Step 2

You can specify the degree to which the original image is painted over and adjust the brightness of the image.

Amount:

10 Brightness: | 50

Step 3

Underpainting makes an image look like a painting created on a canvas that is subsequently covered with layers of paint.

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