How to recreate the look of parchment

How to recreate the look of parchment

The line-art style of this classic fantasy creature works well with the aged look of the parchment

You can easily recreate the effect of an aged, tea-stained parchment without getting anything wet or travelling back in time. First though, we're going to need some line art, and I've chosen to depict a Chinese dragon. Overlapping its body in some areas can be a good way to push the depth.

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