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  1. File Name: CAMO Photoshop Styles File Submitter: =TS=MAGNET File Submitted: 06 Mar 2012 File Updated: 06 Mar 2012 File Category: Photoshop add ons File includes: * 26 camoflage styles depicting a military look for anything they are applied to * Camo's are arranged in various color sequences * Great for shields, icons, buttons, backgrounds Download the file then copy the style icon to your Photoshop styles folder. Click here to download this file
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    Photoshop to HTML eLearning

    Version 1.0


    This will show you how to slice up your designs like a pro once you've created your image in photoshop
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    Does anyone even use this?
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    Animated Tape Deck.

    Again, I am testing another audio activated device in After Effects. A Sony tape deck. All layers were created using Cs5.5 and the animation done in AE. I still am having a lot of trouble trying too fine tune those Vu meter's though, getting them to move just right and smoothly. Have to kept working on it. If I do end up getting it right hopefully this will be the foundation for creating an actual Mp3 player eventually.
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    How To Create A Clipping Mask

    Here's a little tutorial on how to create a clipping mask. I used text but you can use other images or background textures to produce the same effect. Thanks for watching:
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    Wings [Photoshop Brush]

    You can probably use these brushes in GIMP I believe.
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    Hitman Signature(S)

    Just add the text - right click and save it to your computer
  8. Produce the best designs ever and unlock your graphic design skills. If you don't have any skills, stick with the tutorials and you'll be surprised at your outcomes. Enjoy! And Happy Gaming dudes and dudettes! Download It
  9. I compressed a bunch of files in this folder including fonts, brushes, images, and other stuff. Once you open the file, you'll see different resources you can use how ever your graphic design creativity will take you. PS
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    88X31 Advertising Banner

    A little 88x31 banner I did some time ago. If you like it, feel free to download it (or right click - whatever) and use for advertising yourself or your website on a forum somewhere. If you're a photoshop guru, you can change the color -- add animated text, an image if it's small enough and voila! Peace & happy gaming!
  11. I thought converting one of my Adobe After projects to an animated .gif was going to be easy but it turned out to be rather annoying until I figured out how to do it. Once I got the hang, it was smooth sailing from then on. What I actually wanted to do was change the size of the animation but either way this is how you can convert your video file to an animated .gif using Photoshop CS5 or CS4. If you happen to have Photoshop CS7 then it'll be easier since Image Ready will flatten the frames for you. This is how you do it: Open up your video file in Photoshop (File > Open). Photoshop can read in a number of different video formats (MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, MP4, M4V). If your video file is not one of these, you will need to convert it using a different program. Open the Animation palette (Window > Animation). You should see a timeline of your video in the palette. Back in the Animation palette menu, click Flatten Frames Into Layers. A layer will be created for each frame of the video. You then need to delete the original video layer. In the Layers palette, right click on the original layer (which has a video clip icon in its thumbnail, and is probably called “Layer 1?), and click Delete Layer. Next, click Make Frames From Layers in the Animation palette menu. Finally, go to File > Save for Web & Devices. Make sure the format is set to GIF. On the bottom right corner of the window there is a drop down for Looping Options, which allows you to make the GIF loop once, forever, or a specific number of times. Click Save and you are done! This is about as simple as it gets. If you can't seem to get it going the way you like, holler back here!
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    Barbed Wire Brushes

    A few Barbed wired photoshop brushes to download and use for your design projects. Click to Download
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    Grunge Textures (1)

    _You can use them to create as many projects as you want. _You can combine items as you wish to create new elements and graphics. _All source files are vector based. _All source files are easily editable. MGS_backgrounds(1).zip
  14. File Name: Fire ranks File Submitter: =TS=Crosshair2 File Submitted: 30 Mar 2013 File Category: Custom Graphics designed for IPB but easily used for any CMS. Easy Install Instructions: Unzip the files and upload all the .png files from the folder of the color you desire to /public/style_extra/team_icons folder via your FTP Client. Go to your ACP and go to Member Groups -> Manage Member Groups. Then Click the Group you wish the change the rank image for and tell IP.Board where the image is. Ex: public/style_extra/team_icons/admin.png If you have groups you customized simply open the PSD and add the group name save as .PNG and you're done. If you're unsure how this is done I will be happy to do this for you at Click here to download this file
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    How To Slice Images

    How to Slice Images for the Web Slicing an image for the Web involves dividing a larger image into smaller tiles that are assembled in a table as the page is loaded. These smaller tiles often load faster than one large image and are necessary if you want a portion of a large image to act as a rollover or an animation. ImageReady lets you divide a graphic with a grid of horizontal and vertical lines and then creates individual files on-the-fly, including the necessary HTML code to build the table. 1. Open the File in ImageReady In ImageReady, select File, Open and select the image file you want to modify. I'm using this image since I already had it ready. 2. Show Rulers If the rulers are not already visible, select View, Rulers to display rulers along the top and left sides of the image window. 3. Drag Guides Position the mouse pointer over one of the rulers and hold down the mouse button until the pointer changes to a double-headed arrow. Drag into the image to create a horizontal or vertical guide. Position guides to correspond to the slices you want to create. 4. Slice Along Guides Select Slices, Create Slices from Guides to slice the image along the current guidelines. The slices show up on the image area as rectangular sections outlined in a highlight color. The currently selected slice appears in gold. 5. Optimize Slices Click the Slice Select tool from the toolbox and click the first slice in the image area to select it. Then open the Optimize palette (select Window, Optimize) and set the optimization for that section, just as you would for an entire file. Repeat this step for each slice in the image area. Preview your optimizations by clicking the Optimized tab. 6. Save Files Select File, Save Optimized to open the Save Optimized dialog box. Select HTML and Images from the Save As Type menu (the Format menu on the Mac) if you want ImageReady to create the HTML file for the associated table. If you are saving a large number of slices, you might want to click the New Folder button and name the new folder to keep all the associated files in one place. Click Save to save and optimize each slice. Multiple files will be created, each file containing a single slice. The files have the original filename and a sequentially assigned number appended to the filename. :cheers:
  16. How to make a Light Saber using Photoshop 1. Select the Rounded Rectangle Tool with a radius of 100% and draw the shape below using white as the color. 2. Right click on the layer and select Blending Options and use the following settings but don't click "OK" just yet. Now click "OK" You should have something that looks like this: If you need to make a handle, continue. If not, stop here. If you already have a saber or if the character is holding a saber, just select the saber and use the Blending Options above to get the glow effect. The Handle 1. Draw a white rectangle using the "Rectangle Tool" 2. To create anchor points to the shape, select the "Add Anchor Point Tool" and place new anchor points where needed to get the below shape. You can zoom way in for easier workability like below You should have something that looks like this: 3. Now that you have the shape, you can right click on the shape layer and select "Blending Options" using the below settings. Click OK 4. You should have something that looks like this: 5. Select the Rounded Rectangle Tool with a radius of 100% and draw the below shape using 4c4c4c as the color 6. Select the Line Tool (size 1) and draw a line using the color 4c4c4c and duplicate the shape; move the lines at the tip end as follows: 7. Next, draw a white rectangle using the "Rectangle Tool" 8. Now right click on the white rectangle layer and select "Blending Options" using the options below: Now Click "OK" Your result should look like this: 9. To finish it off, duplicate the blade layer twice then click the eye of one of the blade layers and then merge the two. 10. Change the Blending Mode to Color Dodge and turn the "Fill down to about 23%. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
  17. It's fun using the liquify filter in photoshop. You can take images and warp and distort them. The only issue is that this tool is super processor intensive. It takes a long time to open a large image, and even longer to apply your liquefying effect to the final image when you click the OK button. Okay... so what if you only want to liquefy a small section of the image and don't want to wait while the entire image is processed? 1. Make the selection with the Rectangular Marquee tool (M) 2. Choose Filter > Liquify Notice that only the selected portion of the image appears in the Liquify filter. Cool huh?
  18. =TS=Hitman68

    Image Ready 7.0

    Ok, I have a problem, when ever I create a GIF ( which isn't too hard ) the problem I am having is when I have each layer effect on it comes out looking like what you see below. It seems that any layer effect (outer glow, drop shadow and so on) that over hangs into the transparency part of the GIF show with a white background around it. So I tried one with the layer effects turned off and this is what I got..... I mean it looks ok but with the drop shadows and the outer glow turned off on the layers, it has lost its sense of depth now. Basically........ it just looks like a flat piece of crap! So if any one can help me get around this problem (if in fact there is a way around it), I would appreciate any and all suggestions. What I'm looking for is doing this GIF but with the layer effects still turned on. Thankyou.........
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    Filter Effect - Photoshop

    Ok to start off, you need to open up Photoshop. You want to make a new document about 500 by 500 pixels and fill it in black. Then Filter > Render > Lens flare and change anything to whatever you like. I prefer to keep the settings the same. Move the lens flare near the center of the document so you can do as many waves as you want without it going off the screen. Next, press Filter > Distort > Shear and move the settings around to whatever you like. Here are the settings I used. Now you have a pretty weird looking shape. It would be silly to leave it just like this so you're going to want to duplicate the layer by pressing Ctrl+J . Set this top layer to lighten . Go to Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical and place this wherever you think looks best for your outcome. We changed this layer to lighten so the other layer is visible. Like this. Press Ctrl+E to merge the layers to make coloring easier. Now press Ctrl+U and click the 'colorize ' box to start coloring. Pick whatever. Now to jazz it up a bit I messed around with the brightness and contrast. If you move one bar up, make sure to move the other one up too so a large white cloud wont form around it. If you feel something needs to be added. I made a new layer, filled it in black and repeated from there. Just without the duplication. Final will look something similar to this - yours may be a tad-shade different. Another outcome. Make your own crude looking wallpaper using this tutorial.
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    GuideTo Photoshop Forum Signatures

    Consider these tips when you make your forum signature peeps! I don't take credit for this but I give credit where credit is due... This is a tutorial made by Zenron, and I thought it was a great tutorial containing a lot of the common technicalities that go along with making a Signature. This is a GREAT Tutorial for people who are NEW to making Signatures and gives them ideas on what to focus on and it's good for people who are experienced and maybe didn't know something.
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    Appying Pattern Overlays

    Photoshop layer styles are a popular way to add effects, such as drop shadows and strokes, to layers in a non-destructive way. With the right knowledge and experience, any effect can be achieved. To achieve these effects, however, you need to understand what each setting does and how they can be combined to create a certain look. Pattern Overlay Pattern Overlay is used, as the name implies, to add a pattern to a particular layer. Using Pattern Overlay in conjunction with other effects can help you create styles with depth. Blend Mode The Blend Mode allows you to set the blending mode for your Pattern Overlay. The default setting is Normal, which simply displays a pattern on your layer. In the following example, you can see how changing the Blend Mode from Normal to Linear Burn makes our striped pattern turn from solid white and red into transparent and dark red. Opacity The Opacity sliders controls how see-through our Pattern is. A smaller number here makes your Pattern Overlay more transparent, while a higher number is more opaque. In the following example, you can see that a lower Opacity makes our pattern slightly transparent, with the black color of the text showing through. Pattern This is where you choose your pattern. Photoshop comes with a lot of default patterns, but you can also create your own. To create your own pattern simply open an image in Photoshop, press CTRL + A to select the entire canvas, and click Edit > Define Pattern. You will then find it in the list of patterns within the Pattern Overlay dialog. The small icon next to the pattern swatch will create a new preset using the currently selected pattern. Additionally, the Snap to Origin button will allow you to align your pattern with the layer it is applied to. You can also click and drag in your document while the Pattern Overlay dialog is open to manually position your pattern. In the following example, you can see how changing the Pattern while leaving other settings unchanged affects our style. Scale You can resize you pattern by increasing or decreasing the Scale slider. Photoshop doesn’t do a very good job at resampling patterns within the Layer Styles dialog, so it’s usually best to use numbers like 10%, 25%, 50%, etc. Checking the Link with Layer checkbox locks your pattern to the layer so that if you move your layer around later, the pattern follows. If you uncheck this box and move your layer, the pattern does not move. In the following example, reducing the Scale of the pattern gives it more detail, because more of the pattern is showing. The effect is more prominent when using more detailed patterns. One for the Road Until next time peeps, this free exclusive layer style and accompanying .PSD will show you how to use Pattern Overlay to add some grunge to your styles.
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    Photoshop Contest!

    attached to this topic is the PSD header file for our default theme, Who is the Best The winner will get your design Published on the website A New winner each month Just an Idea here What Ya'll think? Well before i supply everyone with the file is anyone interested or is this just another one of my bad ideas?
  23. A few unusual forum signatures for you to add text on.
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    How To Fade Images Using Photoshop

    How to Fade Images Using Photoshop In this tutorial, I will show you how to animate images using the fade affect. You can use this technique to animate your avatar, forum signature or any other project you'd want to animate. So let's get started. 1. Gather your images You can find images by typing in the image you want to bring up via Google or your favorite search engine. For this tutorial I Googled for Darth Vader. After looking through all the images I selected the following and saved them to my computer: 2. Open Photoshop to Create a New Canvas At your top menu bar in photoshop, Go to File > New to open up your new untitled project. For tutorial purposes use the following settings or you can set your own changing your width and height, respectively. Click okay. A 150x150 blank canvas will appear. 3. Place your images on the canvas Go to File > Open and select the images you want to animate. If you look at your layers panel and see a lock next to the background image, use the combination Ctrl+J to create a copy of the image on another layer above it. Now click on the bottom layer (original background layer) and delete it. Repeat this process if the other images are also locked. Using your Move Tool, move each of your images onto your blank canvas; on top of each other. You may need to adjust the image to fit inside your canvas. If you have problems resizing your image without it being distorted, check my tutorial on how to resize images. Here's what your work area and layer panel should look like (unless your images are different than mine). Time to move over to ImageReady or your animation window. I'm using Photoshop CS2 where ImageReady is already attached to it. 4. Animating The Frames (a) Looking at the animation window, you see the first image that's highlighted in your layer panel. (b) Duplicate the current frame by clicking on the Duplicate Current Frame Icon. © Now, click the eye next to the highlighted image to hide it. When you do this, your next image will appear in the second frame. Repeat these steps, hiding each image when it shows in the animation window. Your animation window should look like this: 5. Tweening for the fade effect (a) Click on the first frame. Click on the Tween icon (the one showing the little circles) and use the following settings then click Okay. On the 7th frame (which is your 2nd image) repeat step 5(a) Repeat the above steps for each image. To delay each image, change your timing to 2sec on each of your original images. On the last image, use the same settings except, change Tween With to Next Frame. If everything went well, go to File > Save Optimized As to save your animation. Here's the final output: Post any problems or questions you have regarding this tutorial.