Slice grid image

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Tue, 06 January 2004 09:44 Go to next message
Rene Verstappen (Photoshop begginer)
Hi,

For our website I would like to edit some pictures with photoshop. One thing
I would like - as seen on some webpages - is a slicing technique in
gridshape. Ofcourse I don't know the name of the technique. Maybe I can
explain it a little more.
A grid is loaded over an image and it looks like the picture is sliced into
pieces following the gridlines, so all pieces have the same size. Then, each
piece can be edit, mostly some will be deleted on a left or right edges of
the image, looking a bit like a broken down wall. The picture will look like
a wall... Hope some understands?

My question is how to achief that in photoshop, a technique name will be
fine, google will help me further then....

Thanks in advance!
Wed, 07 January 2004 16:54 Go to previous message
Rene Verstappen (Photoshop begginer)
Here an example:

http://www.netwerken.it/example1.jpg




"Rene Verstappen" <mail@no.com> schreef in bericht
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> Hi,
>
> For our website I would like to edit some pictures with photoshop. One
thing
> I would like - as seen on some webpages - is a slicing technique in
> gridshape. Ofcourse I don't know the name of the technique. Maybe I can
> explain it a little more.
> A grid is loaded over an image and it looks like the picture is sliced
into
> pieces following the gridlines, so all pieces have the same size. Then,
each
> piece can be edit, mostly some will be deleted on a left or right edges of
> the image, looking a bit like a broken down wall. The picture will look
like
> a wall... Hope some understands?
>
> My question is how to achief that in photoshop, a technique name will be
> fine, google will help me further then....
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
>
Tue, 06 January 2004 19:34 Go to previous message
mscir (Advanced Photoshop user)
this free filter might do what you want, lots of nice features...

http://www.sharewareorder.com/Grid-Generator-download-25407. htm

Grid Generator 1.5 - This filter will create custom grids.

Rating: 4 Gold Disk
Software: Freeware
Platform: Windows 98/NT/2000/ME/XP
Price: $0.00
File Size: 163K
Author: Richard Rosenman Advertising & Design
Website: http://www.richardrosenman.com/photoshop.htm

Description :

This filter will create custom grids. X Grids: This variable defines the
number of horizontal grid boxes. Y Grids: This variable defines the
number of vertical grid boxes. NOTE: If 'Lock Y to X' is active, this
variable will always equal X Grids. L-Trans: This variable controls (in
percent) the transparency of the line over the underlying image. NOTE:
This variable is color dependent so experiment with different colors to
achieve different transparency effects. B-Trans: This variable controls
(in percent) the transparency of the background color over the
underlying image. NOTE: This variable is color dependent so experiment
with different colors to achieve different transparency effects. Line
Color and Background Color: This lets you choose the line and background
color. Draw Line and Draw Back: If these variables are inactive, the
line and/or background will not be rendered. Lock Y to X: This option
will snap your Y Grids to match X Grids for equal and proportional
grids. Draw Border: This option allows you to control whether or not the
outline grid border is rendered. R,G,B: Controls which color channels to
output. Reset: This option resets all variables to their default values.
Realtime: Applies all effects (in realtime) on 'mouse drag' instead of
on 'mouse release'.

Rene Verstappen wrote:

> Hi,
>
> For our website I would like to edit some pictures with photoshop. One thing
> I would like - as seen on some webpages - is a slicing technique in
> gridshape. Ofcourse I don't know the name of the technique. Maybe I can
> explain it a little more.
> A grid is loaded over an image and it looks like the picture is sliced into
> pieces following the gridlines, so all pieces have the same size. Then, each
> piece can be edit, mostly some will be deleted on a left or right edges of
> the image, looking a bit like a broken down wall. The picture will look like
> a wall... Hope some understands?
>
> My question is how to achief that in photoshop, a technique name will be
> fine, google will help me further then....
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
>
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