So, I actually have a few sets of c4ds ready to post. I just haven’t got around to posting them.
Here we have a set of three effects c4ds. Again, c4ds like these are best used with blending modes such as screen. Great for adding a sparkle-like effect to your image.
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I’ve noticed that some of the most popular terms and posts here are those relating to fractals. Since I want to give what people want, I’ve created yet another fractal wallpaper free to download and use.
This was created quite a while ago for a school project. One of our assignments was to produce a video for the school’s annual film festival, either individually or as a group. My group decided to enter a PSA we had created earlier as an entry for a local contest about the dangers of driving while texting. The next assignment was to create individual posters for the video we submitted. This is what I designed.
The background was created using the grunge brushes I created along with a few filters. The title text was edited by using splatter brushes and the wind filter. The phone is my phone, taken by a classmate. The whole thing was put together using Indesign, though for web use, I recreated the image in Photoshop.
Drive Nice Poster
Messing around in Photoshop can create some interesting looking textures. I forget exactly how this texture was created, but it does create a nice lighting effect with some depth.
Seamless Texture: Light Spots
While messing with colors, this eerie look instantly reminded me of a scheme one mght find in a science fiction movie. As usual, this seamless texture can be tiled and is great for backgrounds. Enjoy!
Seamless Texture: SciFi Fiber
This texture came out interestingly. It started out as a texture full of bubbles, but a few manipulations gave a hollow, eerie look to the texture. I hope you can find some use to it.
Seamless Texture: Dark Bubbles
While messing in Photoshop, trying different things for textures, I experimented with a few filters here and there. The end result of this was a fibrous texture made completely from scratch. I really love how this one turned out, mostly due to the detail and depth in it.
Seamless Texture: Dark Fiber
Here’s a nice, clean texture of faint lights blurred diagonally. Pretty subtle, and could work in a web 2.0 design.
Seamless Texture: Dark Lights
For a project I did a while ago, I had to design a set of playing cards for a specific number. The number I chose was nine. Use the following as inspiration for your own playing cards or any other project you are working on.
9 of Hearts
Had some fun with Photoshop recently. I found a simple tutorial for creating smoke. I ended up with three renders.
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