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Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by celto100, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. celto100

    celto100 Junior Member


    I'm looking to base a website on the look of street brickwall as the background, buttons as graffiti, street poster as the main content, etc.

    I want to make the graffiti and poster look like they are actually on the wall and not just hovering over it. It's proving quite difficult to get the desired look using CSS.

    Any advice? Sorry if it's obvious but i'm quite new to this game. :)
  2. br3n

    br3n Senior Member

    I cant help on the css front but I had to do similar with a website. Using the overlay layer style and some grungy erasor brushing it turned out ok


    3 Logo images behind where he's standing. The key to that kind of image are the imperfections.
  3. celto100

    celto100 Junior Member

    thx mate. my idea was more of 2-d wall, more as a concept than a real looking picture.

    i've decided to ditch the idea for now, too much of a headache and wasted energy.

    your image looks good

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