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Very Distressing. 

 

At least thats what it's called. "Distressing".

 

Find a black and white image for the texture. Place it on a layer above the logo layer and go Layer > Rasterize to Mask and there will be holes in your logo.

Windows PCs. Photo and Designer, latest non-beta versions.

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Hey, Silverdust,

 

Bunch of ways to do this. Here's a quick illustration of what I came up w.:

 

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Couple of vector objects, and a couple of copies of a pixel object nested in them, with blend set to erase.

 

May not be quite what you need, but perhaps work in that direction. 

 

 

iMac 27" Retina, c. 2015: OS X 10.11.5: 3.3 GHz I c-5: 32 Gb,  AMD Radeon R9 M290 2048 Mb

iPad 12.9" Retina, iOS 10, 512 Gb, Apple pencil

Huion WH1409 tablet

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