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60s Poster Design Style Denlac82 26 Mar 07:52
  60s Poster Design Style EllaMcGlinn 28 Jun 20:34
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  60s Poster Design Style JoeWalls 17 Jul 20:01
2022-03-26 07:52:16 UTC (5 months ago)
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60s Poster Design Style

Hello all. New here, I joined because I'm going a little crazy trying to figure out how to achieve the look of the 60s poster, that sort of two tone look.

I had tried to convert the image to index, then convert back to RGB, then use the color exchange. But the indexed color mode causes too much detail to be lost.

https://www.gimpusers.com/forums/graphics-design#

2022-06-28 20:34:22 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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No, But I’m sure RF has some selection of flying wings – any of those, especially any of the “hotter” versions will get you past the training. https://nail-salonsnearme.com/pedicure-near-me/ All the best, Don

2022-07-10 03:32:14 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Hello all. New here, I joined because I'm going a little crazy trying to figure out how to achieve the look of the 60s poster, that sort of two tone look.

I had tried to convert the image to index, then convert back to RGB, then use the color exchange. But the indexed color mode causes too much detail to be lost.

https://www.gimpusers.com/forums/graphics-design#

You can use graphics in combination with different fonts. Especially the vintage or retro typefaces that now have a lot of free and paid versions for us to experience in the design. One of them is https://fontspace.io/grinch-font/

2022-07-17 20:01:31 UTC (23 days ago)
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Then use the color exchange. But the https://gas-stationsnearme.com/ indexed color mode causes too much detail to be lost.