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    • CommentAuthorkristof65
    • CommentTimeJul 5th 2017 edited
     
    Many years ago, I used CC2 to create a couple dozen flags and banners for many of my campaign setting's various realms. Here's a link to my wiki that has an example of one:
    http://iskitaan.heismann.net/Redcliff

    I just saw this map over at Cartographer's Guild, and decided I'd like to use my flags on some of my maps in a similar fashion:
    https://www.cartographersguild.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=90335&d=1482090984

    Since both my flags and maps are fcw files, it's easy enough to combine the two as is - but I really like that real fabric look.

    My question is - is there an easy way to add that wavy/real fabric flag look to my flags using CC3+ and it's sheet effects?

    Or would I be better served trying to figure out how to do it in one of my graphics programs (GIMP and Corel PaintShop)?

    Thanks in advance.

    Chris H

    EDIT: I don't come here often enough, can't figure out how to make those working links.
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      CommentAuthorMonsen
    • CommentTimeJul 5th 2017
     
    Well, most of those wavy effects are just light and shadow, so you could probably make something like it in CC3+ (but there is no quick/easy way), but you'd probably be better off using an image editor, as they often have filters/plugins for doing things like that automatically.

    As for clickable links, the easiest is to use html code. Check the last post in this topic for details.