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  1. Photo Compressor is a tool which enables you to compress the photos to smaller sizes without losing the original quality. Some times you need to take them on the right way to make a perfect solution. Let's start off by talking about how you can reduce the size of the image without losing quality. Then check some free web tools and plugins through a professional view. Tips, Tools and How to Reduce Image File Size Without Sacrificing Quality
  2. Hello! I decide to share with all Photoshop users, New and old, the way to make our own custom brushes in photoshop! In this tutorial, we'll learn how easy it is to make our own custom Photoshop brushes! Photoshop ships with lots of great brushes for us to use, but it's way more fun and interesting to create our own, especially after Adobe completely revamped the brush engine in Photoshop 7, adding unprecedented painting ability to what was already the world's most powerful image editor. Since the types of brushes we can create in Photoshop are limited only by our imagination, we'll design a very simple brush here just to see how quick and easy the whole process is. We'll also take a look at a couple of Photoshop's dynamic brush options in the Brushes panel to see how we can change the behavior of the brush after we create it. Let's get started! Step 1: Create A New Photoshop Document Let's begin by creating a brand new Photoshop document which we'll use to design our brush. Again, the purpose of this tutorial is not to learn how to create this exact brush, but rather to see how the process works from beginning to end. I'm going to create a new 200 x 200 pixel document by going up to the File menu in the Menu Bar at the top of the screen and choosing New. Or, for a faster way to create a new document, press Ctrl+N (Win) / Command+N (Mac) on your keyboard: Go to File > New. This opens the New Document dialog box. Enter 200 for both the Width and Height options and make sure the measurement type is set to pixels. Also, make sure the Background Contents option is set to White since we need white to be the background color for the brush: Create a new 200 x 200 pixel document with a white background. Click OK when you're done to accept the settings and exit out of the dialog box. A new 200 x 200 pixel document, filled with white, will appear on your screen. Choosing An Initial Size For Your Brush Photoshop allows us to create brushes as large as 2500 x 2500 pixels, but as they say, just because you can doesn't mean you should. At that size, you'd be painting with the virtual equivalent of a floor mop. Also, painting with very large brushes requires a lot more memory and horse power from your computer which can slow your system down considerably. For typical work, you'll want to create brushes much smaller. The size at which you initially create the brush will become its default size, and it's important to note that brushes we create ourselves are pixel-based brushes, which means they're essentially images and behave exactly the same way as regular images when it comes to resizing them. Brushes will usually remain crisp and sharp when we make them smaller, but if you increase their size much beyond the default, they'll become soft and dull looking. The general idea, then, is to create your new brush just large enough to suit your needs, which may involve a little trial and error. The 200 x 200 pixel size I'm using here usually works well. Step 2: Select The Brush Tool Let's create our new brush using one of Photoshop's built-in brushes. First, select the Brush Tool from the Tools palette, or press the letter B on your keyboard to quickly select it with the shortcut: Select the Brush Tool. Step 3: Select A Small Round Brush With the Brush Tool selected, right-click (Win) / Control-click (Mac) anywhere inside the document window to display the Brush Preset picker, which is a miniature version of the full-blown Brushes panel that we'll look at a bit later (and we'll examine in much more detail in another tutorial). The Brush Preset picker allows us to choose from a list of preset brushes (which explains its name). To select a brush, simply click on its thumbnail. I'm going to click on the Hard Round 5 Pixels brush to select it. If you have Tool Tips enabled in Photoshop's Preferences, the name of each brush will appear as you hover over the thumbnails. Press Enter (Win) / Return (Mac) once you've chosen your brush to close out of the palette: Select a small round brush from the Preset picker, then press Enter (Win) / Return (Mac) to close out of it. Step 4: Make Sure The Foreground Color Is Set To Black Back when we created our new document in Step 1, we made sure to set the background color of our document to white. The reason is that all brushes in Photoshop are Grayscale, meaning that a brush can contain only black, white, or shades of gray in between. Areas filled with white become transparent, so you won't see them when you're painting with the brush. Areas filled with black will be 100% visible, and if your brush includes various shades of gray, those areas will be partially visible depending on how close they are to black or white, with darker shades of gray being more visible than lighter shades. If we were to turn our new document into a brush as it is right now, the entire brush would be transparent since it contains nothing but white. Painting with an invisible brush may make an interesting statement artistically, but for more practical purposes (like this tutorial), you'll most likely want a brush you can actually see, which means we'll need to add some areas of black to the document. The black areas will become the visible shape of the brush (known as the brush tip). Photoshop paints using the current Foreground color, and as luck would have it, the default for the Foreground color is black, which means there's a very good chance yours is already set to black. You can see the current Foreground and Background colors by looking at their color swatches near the bottom of the Tools palette (the Foreground color is the swatch in the top left). If your Foreground color is set to something other than black, press the letter D on your keyboard to quickly reset both the Foreground and Background colors to their defaults: The Foreground color is the color the brush will paint with. Step 5: Paint A Series Of Horizontal Brush Strokes Inside The Document Window With the small round brush selected and black as your Foreground color, click inside the document window and paint a series of short horizontal brush strokes. For added variety, alter the thickness of the strokes by changing the size of the brush using the handy keyboard shortcuts. Press the left bracket key ( [ ) to make the brush smaller or the right bracket key ( ] ) to make it larger. You'll find the bracket keys to the right of the letter P on most keyboards. When you're done, you should have a column of brush strokes that looks something like this: A column of messy, random brush strokes. Step 6: Create A New Brush From The Document To create a new Photoshop brush from the document, simply go up to the Edit menu at the top of the screen and choose Define Brush Preset from the list of options (depending on which version of Photoshop you're using, the option may be called simply Define Brush): Go to Edit > Define Brush Preset. Photoshop will pop open a dialog box asking you to give your new brush a name. I'm going to call mine "My New Brush". You'll probably want to choose a name that's a little more descriptive: Name the new brush. Click OK when you're done to close out of the dialog box, and that's all there is to it! We've successfully created a brand new custom brush in Photoshop that's ready and waiting to help us bring our creative vision to life. You can safely close out of the brush's document at this point. To select the new brush any time you need it, first make sure you have the Brush Tool selected, then right-click (Win) / Control-click (Mac) anywhere inside your document to open the Brush Preset picker. Scroll down the list of available brushes until you see your brush thumbnail (newly created brushes will appear at the bottom of the list), then click on the thumbnail to select the brush. Press Enter (Win) / Return (Mac) once you've selected it to close out of the Brush Preset picker: Select your new brush from the Brush Preset picker. With the new brush selected, simply click and drag inside your document to paint a brush stroke: The newly created brush in action. It's a good start, but I think it's safe to say that at this stage, my new brush will be of limited use. Fortunately, now that we've created a brush tip, we can change and control how the brush behaves as we paint with it using Photoshop's Brush Dynamics, found in the main Brushes panel, which we'll take a quick look at next! Step 7: Open The Brushes Panel We've seen how to select a basic, ready-made brush using the Brush Preset picker, but if want more control over how our brush behaves, we need Photoshop's main Brushes panel, which gives us full access to some truly amazing options. We'll save our detailed look at the Brushes panel and all of its controls for another tutorial, but let's take a quick look at a few ways we can use it to alter the appearance of our brush strokes. To open the Brushes panel, either go up to the Window menu at the top of the screen and choose Brushes from the list, or press the F5 key on your keyboard (press it again to close the panel), or click on the Brushes panel toggle icon in the Options Bar (click it again to close the panel): The toggle icon in the Options Bar opens and closes the Brushes panel. This opens the main Brushes panel, the big brother of the Brush Preset picker we saw earlier. By default when you first open the Brushes panel, the Brush Presets option is selected in the top left corner of the panel, which displays the same small brush icons along the right that we saw in the Brush Preset picker. To select a brush, simply click on its icon. Scroll down the list to your newly created brush and click on its icon to select it if it's not selected already. The very bottom of the Brushes panel displays a preview of what the brush stroke currently looks like. Since I haven't made any changes yet, the preview looks exactly the same as the brush stroke I painted a moment ago: The main Brushes panel in Photoshop set to the Brush Presets option. Step 8: Adjust The Brush Tip Spacing Click on the words Brush Tip Shape directly below the Brush Presets option in the top left corner of the Brushes panel: Click on the Brush Tip Shape option. In the real world, if you were to paint with an actual brush, the brush would lay down a continuous coat of paint on the paper, but that's not how Photoshop works. Instead, Photoshop "stamps" the document with your brush tip as you drag your mouse. If the stamps appear close enough together, it creates the illusion of a seamless brush stroke, but if the stamps are spaced too far apart from each other, the individual stamps become obvious and the brush stroke appears ridged. Depending on the effect you're going for (like creating a dotted line, for example), you may want a lot of spacing between the stamps, but in most cases, a seamless brush stroke is more desirable. With the Brush Tip Shape option selected in the Brushes panel, we can control the spacing between the stamps with the appropriately-named Spacing option at the very bottom of the panel. Spacing is controlled as a percentage of the width of your brush tip, and by default, it's set to 25%, which means that if the width of your brush tip is 100 pixels, Photoshop will lay down a new stamp every 25 pixels as you drag your mouse: The Spacing option controls how frequently Photoshop "stamps" the brush tip as you paint. For a smooth brush stroke, this default setting is usually too high. I'm going to lower mine down to around 13%. To lower the Spacing amount, either drag the slider towards the left or enter a specific value directly into the input box. You'll see the preview of the brush stroke updating to reflect the changes to the spacing: Lower the Spacing amount for a smoother looking brush stroke. Now, if I paint a stroke with my brush, it appears smoother because the individual stamps are closer together: With the brush tip "stamps" being closer together, the stroke appears smoother. Step 9: Select The Shape Dynamics Option Click directly on the words Shape Dynamics below the Brush Tip Shape option we selected a moment ago, which gives us options for dynamically controlling the size, angle and roundness of the brush tip as we paint. Make sure you click on the words themselves. Clicking inside the checkbox to the left of words will turn the options on but won't give us access to their controls: Click directly on the words "Shape Dynamics". Step 10: Set The Angle Control To "Direction" The main problem with the look of my brush stroke is that no matter which direction I paint in, those horizontal lines that make up my brush tip remain, well, horizontal. Let's fix that so the brush tip will follow the direction of my mouse cursor. With the Shape Dynamics option selected, change the Control option for the brush tip Angle to Direction. Again, you'll see the brush stroke preview at the bottom of the panel update to reflect the change: Change the Control option for the Angle to "Direction". I'll paint another stroke with my brush, and this time, things look much more natural. The brush tip is following the direction I'm painting in: A more natural looking brush stroke. Step 11: Set The Size Control To "Pen Pressure" (Requires Pen Tablet) If you're using a pressure-sensitive pen tablet like I am, you can tell Photoshop that you want to control the size of the brush with your pen. With the Shape Dynamics options still selected, change the Control option for the brush tip Size to Pen Pressure: Change the Control option for the Size of the brush to "Pen Pressure" (if you have a pen tablet, that is). With the Pen Pressure option selected, I can easily control the size of the brush stroke on the fly, giving my custom brush an even more natural look: The size of the brush can now be controlled dynamically with pen pressure. Credits to: Steve Patterson from PhotoshopEssentials
  3. Hello, i decide to make this topic with My own top 10 Photoshop font sites selection for your creations and also to help you out instead of spending your creation time by searching... So let's start: 1001FreeFonts DaFont UrbanFonts Fix The Photo Brushez TypeWolf FontSquirrel FontSpace RycoDesign PinSpiry Those were the top 10 Font Sites by my own selection.!!!!! NOTE:IF you want to post more links you can do it.!!!! I will add them to this topic.!!!!!
  4. Yo! I want your attention please! The following Signature is my first time creation with Photoshop CC 2019, So whatever will be your comments and rates, do not blame.. Let's go with the preview of it: Preview: Thanks for your time to Rate and comment my first Creation.! -Vince*
  5. Hello! This time i thought to make server aniversary banner, PSD File included in order for any server owner to edit it as it likes and love.!!!! Preview: V1. Download Link: Download Me V2. Preview: Download Link: Download Me V2 Have fun and Happy Aniversary to any server that celebrates them!!!! Edit: Added 2 versions.!!!!
  6. Hello, once and i feel bored atm, i decide to do a forum's test signature as my first try after long time.... So here's the preview! I hope you like it! The criticism and comments are up to you!!!! Best regards!
  7. A simple loading screen for your interlude server, you can also change it as you want to the other chronicle you want. Credits are going to me im the owner of this creation. psd --->
  8. Hi there community. Maybe somebody can help me. Im trying to make some animated image to insert in lineage 2. I just make it with After Effect and then i exporte it to .Tga , everything its okey. (like 200img btw that isnt the problem) The problem is that when i import them to UE2 the img is Upside. First time i sopose that it was my mistake i check it with photoshop and no, it was okey. Just trying to find the solution I save it again replacing the old one, (With photoshop) in .Tga and now the img look good. Maybe an expert or somebody that know more than me im just trying to learn about this, can give me a hand or tell me what im doing wrong. For what i think the problem is how i make the .Tga in After Effects but i try every posibility at least things that i dont know what they are. But no solution. Thanks for your time! Hope get an answerd (Sorry my english)
  9. Earlier i feel so bored and i thought to do a try with MaxCheaters Logo in X-Mass Edition as a trial though So here is a try Logo Preview: Logo URL: [Hidden Content]
  10. Hello Maxcheaters audience!!! And The rest of the world Wellcome to my first tutorial. You see the tutorial is quite large but is a 2 in 1 tut Photoshop and texture editing. Sorry for any mistakes i might have made i was working on it until 7 in morning and took me much time, learned my lesson too, next time i will use my voice to describe my working process. i didn't get to the process to correct my mistakes also because i am using a laptop and not an actual computer with 2 old hard drives i had from an older laptop i had 10 years before and poor thing although is an i5 core one it cannot perform the way it would if it had descent hard drives and this it would had taken me 2 more days of encoding i tryed hard to take it as slow i could get so my steps are clearly shown but you are always free to pause. What you will learn here is: To decrypt-encrypt a utx file. To export dds files from utx using Unreal engine editor2. To edit the utx file in photoshop. To Trace an image in photoshop (most people will say "but there is no option in photoshop for that!" ) To create custom shape (the power of the path pen tool!) To create custom fx photoshop style (aka layer blending style) To create alpha channel To add your custom dds file in the utx and actualy make it work ​Tools you are gonna need are Unreal engine editor 2 L2endec L2Tool L2encrypt Nvidia dds plugin Photoshop But a little less conversation a little more action Here is the video Tut enjoy it! and the last part I hope you liked it ! and to my channel And for those that need my tools to use them i actualy found them shared free all of them but i made a bundle for you to have too!
  11. FILE FEATURES: Amazing results with your photos. The action has been tested and working on Photoshop CS5,CS6,CC. Easy to edit. For the best results, it is recommended to use high resolution photos in the range of 2000px – 4000px. The detail and clarity in the effects generated by the actions reduce the smaller your photo is. DEMO: Download Links:
  12. Hi, i don't know where i'm suppose to post this but i need photoshop CS6 in order to start a project please someone share a install.
  13. [ENG] Hi guys! i need some help with my banner for npc. I want the logo to remain but with the transparent background. When I convert the image to .tga and pass it to Unreal, it adds me the white background. Already try turning it into .png and then .tga but still not working. Could someone help me? please [ESP] Hola gente! alguien me puede ayudar con el banner para mi npc. quiero que quede el logo pero con el fondo transparente. Cuando convierto la imagen a .tga y la paso al Unreal, este me agrega el fondo blanco. Ya intente convirtiendola en .png y luego .tga pero sigue sin funcionar. Alguien me podria ayudar? por favor [GR] Γεια σας! κάποιος μπορεί να με βοηθήσει με το banner για το npc μου. Θέλω να παραμείνει το λογότυπο αλλά με το διαφανές υπόβαθρο. Όταν μετατρέπω την εικόνα σε .tga και την μεταφέρω στο Unreal, μου προσθέτει το λευκό φόντο. Προσπαθήστε ήδη να το μετατρέψετε σε .png και στη συνέχεια .tga αλλά ακόμα δεν λειτουργεί. Θα μπορούσε κάποιος να με βοηθήσει; παρακαλώ
  14. ^-^ MY FIRST WORK PHOTOSHOP ^-^ I HOPE YOU LIKE IT :D 8) 8) 8) ::) Please DONT SWEAR for this! ::)
  15. Photoshop mastering 2# {My PSD pack for your inspiration} Hello, guys! In a fact, I am kinda busy right now. So I decided to upload few of my PSD's. It is uploaded on our czech deposit web, but you shouldn't have problem with downloading :-) If you like any effect/layer from my PSD's, feel free to drag them to your work. Use various combinations. You can also see how is done background for example, or how I color my signatures. Next part of my tutorial will be "How to find a perfect stock - basics about stock photos, how to place them properly and what stock photos are denied. Photoshop Mastering: 1# All things you should know 2# My PSD pack for your inspiration ◄ 3# How to find a perfect stock (comming soon) Part 1 - How to download PSD's First, when you open the download ling, press the yellow button "STÁHNOUT" (that means DOWNLOAD in czech, btw :-) Than, enter the code, click the button again and save it to your PC. Part 2 - My signature,s which was popular in community (click image for download) Part 3 - {BONUS} My C4D pack to create good looking effects :-)
  16. Download Allia from 4Shared Download BSFG from 4Shared Download BladeRush from 4Shared Download Destiny from 4Shared Download G-Dragon from 4Shared Download GoldenAge from 4Shared Download L2C4 from 4Shared Download Prob from 4Shared Download SinisteR from 4Shared Download Unique-Game from 4Shared
  17. Hello all, Looking for a mature guy to build for me a nice L2J Interlude Server with a lot of Items ( custom weapons, armors, jewels ) in my computer for personal use in order to create awesome L2 Signatures for forums with Photoshop. I have a lot of people that asking for something cool when they see my skills on it. Maybe i could make some money from that. If the job is properly done we can discuss about the payment methode. Computer (Laptop) specs: Windows 10 home 4 gb ram 500 gb hard drive nVidia Geforce 630m Here i present you some Signatures so you can check and rate my work.
  18. First, lets create a text. In this tutorial, we used Minion Pro font, style - bold, size - 48px, Smooth. It is best to use bold or else you won't really get the same result. Next, duplicate the layer 2 times with your text and apply to both sections/layers style overlay color #a58c40. Now "overtighten" each of these layers down in increments of 1px and connect them with Ctrl + E. Thus we get a small amount from the bottom. You can also use an alternative and simpler method of creating a volume using the Drop Shadow layer stile to a distance of 2px, but if you need to complicate the lower part of the text with different highlights or texture, use the first method to obtain a seperate layer for further work. Apply to the text layer styles "Bevel and Emboss" and "Gradient Overlay" with the settings that are shown in the next screenshots. As a result, your text should look like this. Your text looks beautiful and complex. Now add a horintozal flare acrros the entire width of the text. We put the entire text are selection and fill it with white. Now, overtighten the selection to the right so that it is divided roughly in half of our text, cut this area and set the layer style to Soft Light. The result should be like in the following screenshot. Add a horizontal reflection that is passing through the text. Select the entire area of the layer to which we have just used the style overlay Soft Light and approximately in the middle or slightly above the text draw a horizontal strip of white gradient with the settings specified in the following screenshot. Apply layer style with a gradient Outer Glow with the following settings. The result should be something like this. The easies way to make the shadow is using the Drop Shadow, but it will look primitive and ugly. Therefore, we will make a shadow with a few layers. To start, highlight all the text area, including the area of the lower volume and fill it with black. Duplicate this layer so our shadow consists of 2 seperate layers. Place them under long text. To the first layer, apply Soft Light and add style Drop Shadow with the following settings. For the second layer, apply Filter -> Blur -> Motion Blur with settings Angle: 90, Distance: 7 pixels, then add Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur with settings Radius: 1.0 pixels. Now, set the layer to Soft Light and slightly over-thighten it down to get something like this shadow. In the end, you can add some texture to darken the text on the sides and in the center by adding a flare. You can also download the result PSD through 4Shared. Created by: DKArts Translated by: FalconHQ P.s. Sorry if there are some mistakes etc...
  19. Photoshop mastering 1# {All things you should know} Wellcome to this first guide from my series called Photoshop mastering. This guide is unique, cause I made it only for MaxCheaters. In this guide I will tell you every important things you need to knnow before you start doing anything in Photoshop. You will find this informations usefull in every piece of graphics, not only in signatures :-) Photoshop Mastering: 1# All things you should know ◄ 2# My PSD pack for your inspiration 3# Comming soon... Part 1 - Basics (This girl below is One of my older sigs :-)) ▼ Signature This term refers to your identity. In our case, signature is little picture with dimensions about 500x200 px (but can be even bigger). With signature you can show others how good you are with Photoshop (basicly its really great way to learn Photoshop, so doing signatures will boost your skill and ego rapidly) or you can show them what do you like, what do you do, your nick designed with imba effects. It should "catch" your eye with its colors, effects, etc... ▼ Stock Basicly, stock is every picture with background. It can be gaming wallpaper, your fav. character, car, flower, cat, photo of your grandmother, everything. Stock is the picture you are starting with. ▼ Render Render is a picture without background. It is easier to work with render, anyway you will have to create or find good background for it. Render must be saved as .png (or .gif, not suggested), or it will lose transparent background. You can make your own render, or you can find tons on the internet. Part 2 - Terminology. Your future signature should have this: Composition Composition is a placement of your image in signature. It is important to make good composition on the beginning, because it can be really hard to change it later. ▼ The best think you can do is to place it somewhere in the middle. This will also become your focus point. ▼ Or, you can place it in to 2/3 of signature, on the left or right side. It depends on your character's chest - there should be more place in front of the chest. In this case it is harder to fill the space. F3rd4 used sharped C4D renders here and it looks great :-) Focal point This is very important. It is the point your eye will catch. It should be light, text (typography = typo) or character itself. ▼ This is great focal point made with little light ▼ This is bad. There are many lights = many focal points. Character is also lost in effects ▼ No lights. Three figures side by side. Not like this :-( Light It is really hard to create good light in signature. It should have sensible direction, intense and color. You can create great focal point with light. ▼ Logically placed light can make your signature amazing ▼ Too much light. Overheated Depth In my opinion its the most important part of signature. Depth can help users to see what objects are on the same level as character, what objects are in front of char and behind him. Take camera, go outside and make a picture of apple on the tree. Apple will be focused, tree will be blurred. This is depth. ▼ There is good depth used by bluring objects (Filter > Blur > Gausian blur). One of my older sigs :-) ▼ Blurred ground, focused character. Great job. Flow It means flow of effects. Effects should have good direction (basicly from the front to the back of character). Imagine your hair under the hard wind. Thats flow ▼ Great flow. Watch this car going by one direction same as effects (lightning). Typo (logo) is also in that direction ▼ He is falling down - effects are going up. He is also smudged. One of my older sigs :-) Blending Same as depth, blending is very important thing to make good focal poin. Blending means connection of background and your stock/render. Blending is usualy done with effects. ▼ I used C4D renders in this effects to meake ultra super great blending. It looks that character is part of the background. One of my older sigs :-) ▼ Great blending by To.per. Such blend. Much beauty. Wow Effects This is main part of signature. Effects can bring your sig to the bigger level. There are tons of effects you can apply. Tons of tutorials. Tons of inspirations. Use everything you want - C4D renders, brushes, colors, smudging, filters.. Everything. Remember - "more is less". Don't overstuff your sig with brainless effects. Later, you will find YOUR OWN UNIQUE STYLE, which will take you to the top of sigmaking :-) ▼ I used many effects in this work :-) ▼ Smudge effects ▼ Brushes, smudging Typography (this is hell) Typo is the hardest part of signature. Nobody knows where to place it, what color, what font... Basicly - typo should be close to your focal point, because your eye should see it easily (if you want to show it, I'm not talking about "watermark"). Typo should be in same color as your sig or in black/white. There are also many things you can do with typo. ▼ Text close to focal point. Is readable, looks good, looks like part of signature. Please get inspired by this :-) Don't create bluffs ▼ One of best typography works I have ever seen :-) Colors Have on your mind that signature is not a jungle. Don't make combinations of various colors. Stay with your stock/render, edit it a little bit with gradients/color balance, but don't go far. ▼ Orrange, purple, red, white. Nothing more is needed here :-) ▼ Stay blue... sig by F3RD4 ▼ If you chose black/white stock, you can color it with effects. One of my older sigs :-) ▼ Monotoing is not bad too. One of my older sigs :-) ▼ If you are lost with colors, try to go for black/white, edit levels and highlights. You can get amazing result Borders You don't even need borders... Anyway, if you want one, try to do classical black "cinema" borders. You can't get bad with cinema borders. I hope this tutorial was usefull for you. Feel free to comment and commend Pictures © to lefiath, Devil, ferda, nobody, Simi, To.per and Me :-)
  20. I want to show you something of his humble creation.
  21. Hi friends I have challenge for you in my next PS lesson. Below post insert your work Thank you for your attention
  22. 1. Screen Lesson - Bottle in Photoshop This my result :) and whats your ? :)
  23. Introduce: Welcome to my topic, here you can order logos and trailers for advertise your own channels, games e.t.c Price is equal to "quality" of your order, this mean based on what you ask for starting from 10 euros via paypal Programs using during create - adopt of these are the following: 1) After effects (Vfx - motion design) 2) Sony vegas (Final render) 3) FL studio (additional cinematic audio - bassdrop - Sfx) 4) Boujou (3D camera tracker) 5) Cinema 4d (3D object exporter) 6) 3D 's max (3D object designer + vray meterial) Requests: You are able to request Video-trailers (providing texts, footage even music and your idea how you want it) or either Logo for your website !Note, i don't create movies like DotA videos (15 minutes) e.t.c Preview of 3D's max while working: Final result: Preview of Photoshop while working: Final: result: Other work (photos): Some Ideas for Logos (how look like): Add me on skype if you want any detail or order Skype: unst0ppabl32
  24. Καλησπέρα παίδες, Είμαι νέος στο site, οπότε καλώς σας βρίκα. Γραφίστας απαγγέλομαι, γνωρίζω άψογα Photoshop, πολύ καλό Flash, και άλλα προγράμματα. Φτίαχνω bannerakia, avatars, GIFάκια, splash arts, logos, newsletters, έχω και γνώσεις από Web Designing. Και όλα αυτά σε καλές τιμές. Όποιος ενδιαφέρετε ασ' μου στείλει, του φτιάχνω κάτι που θέλει, κι αν του αρέσει, γίνεται το νταλαβέρι. :D