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Save this image.
Open it in photoshop > edit > define pattern
(other than the stipes the image is transparent so don't worry about making the image brighter.)
Then hit Layer > new fill layer > pattern > choose the stripes and bam.
If you want it lighter, then go to the stripe layer and change the opactity.
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awesomeness! thanks so much
ahhh thanks dude
nvm! I did it.
yesyes, CS2 or CS3?
| wish i could help you.
| but it's a photoshop tutorial.
| on my photoshop it was already a preset pattern...
| useful for beginners, though.
\ / && kittycocosweety ; they're pixel/scan lines :)
Now how would you do this in Paint shop Pro X?!?
doesn't matter which version of PS it is. as long as you have the define pattern option, which is available to all versions of PS.
Is this for Photoshop CS2 or CS3?
i think i already did a tutorial like this before. :/