Pizza Slice Mirror:
Mirrors the image based on a triangular wedge (can you spot which wedge is the base?)
Four Way Average:
Averages the image pixel values with the mirror image (horizontal and vertical)
15 layer styles, 50 patterns and 1 video tutorial. All made using version 6.0
fix that blue hue in underwater pix Ambient light shots underwater are often blue. Add the red back in with this simple action.
Cudos to Mandrake for the technique.
Text is extruded and hit with a heavy rock surface.
Birds of a Feather:
26 feather brushes in a variety of sizes and shapes.
PSXtras Sphere Combo:
Styles and HTML Tutorial
Mysterre Eye Lab:
A collection of pupil and retina brushes. Correct red-eye or change eye colors in a flash. Also included is a cat's eye pupil. Play with Hues, lightness and opacities for best results. Feedback is appreciated and will bring you much talent and high praise in your designs. Also check my site for new PS stuff because it is usually posted on my site a week or more before posted here.
CSP Lightning Construction Kit (LCK). The download file (.zip) contains shapes, styles and brushes you can use to create semi-realistic lightning.
Evil Look by Hatch:
Hi All, in this video you will use masking, adjustment layers, dodging and
burning, and much more. This is a 47mb file so please be patient whie it downloads. Hope you like the video. Take care, Hatch
Snapper's Alpha Metallica:
Snapper's Alpha Metallica is designed for 72 ppi rez and font sizes greater than 100 pts. I'd like to share w my Studios friends, this sampling of 12 metallic text styles from my soon-to-be-released PhotoshopStyles CD's. The type face in my gif preview is Nebullium at 220 pts. Enjoy!
GRAPHIC 3D 2.0:
Gives your text that plastic look.
Spin me round baby.
Interesting static outline.
My impersonation of an electron microscope.
My very first action. Xfiles-like lighting through text.
Kit1: includes the following actions
This is your standard effect for adding that bit of 3-D to an image. Unlike the one that comes with Photoshop, this action can work on individual layers and does not require a selection. The softness and offset of the shadow are adjustable.
Similar to Drop Shadow, but more appropriate for images on a black background. The size and softness of the glow are adjustable.
Gives a nicer effect than the standard Ph*tosh*p Emboss filter (for one thing it keeps the colours of the original image!). The size and softness of the emboss effect are adjustable.
Creates a cloud of wispy smoke or steam rising from the current layer. Great for those "Hot" banners!
Effectively "raises" the current layer above the background. Works in a similar way to Drop Shadow, but the white highlight helps to bring the layer out from the background.
Produces a striking effect on the current layer. A series of blue and white sparks appear to flow around the objects in the image, giving them an electric halo.
For that sci-fi page, you can't beat a load of stars in the background! This action generates a new layer filled with random stars.
More spacey stuff with Nebulae. Why bother downloading Hubble telescope images when you can generate your own nebulae - and only a trained astronomer will notice the difference!
Summon the Dark One himself with this somewhat disturbing effect. Generates a new image based on the current one, but transformed into a flaming inferno.
Generates a waterfall effect on a new layer, with the dimensions of the current image. Different each time.
Kit2 consists of the following actions:
Takes your image and makes it look like it's on a TV screen - bleeding colours and interlace lines included. Cool.
Creates the effect of the current layer sitting on a bed of snow by filling the shadows. Works best on overhead photos.
Adds snow to the "top" (i.e. highlights) of the current layer, as if it's freshly landed there.
The effect is of a sheet of purple silk hugging the current layer.
Gives the impression that the current layer is made from dimpled orange peel!
Makes a new layer with the effect of the current layer viewed through deformed glass (like you get in front doors).
Who needs drugs when you have these Actions! Your PSD appears in the centre of a new image, with zoomed blurs all around it... groovy.
Even more screwed up than Tunnel Vision. Same idea, but this time the blurs are twisted round through 90 degrees for total disorientation! Greeeaaat!
For when you need that distinguished effect, here's a marble slab generator! Makes a new layer filled with a green and white marble effect.
Not to be confused with the Clouds filter. This version produces clouds which actually look like real clouds!
Kit3 consists of the following actions:
Turn that photo from a sunny family holiday into a downpour with this effect! Motion-blurred raindrops are added on top of the image.
Adds a diffused layer of fog or mist to the current image, partially obscuring the current layer.
Turns your image into an undersea wreck within seconds! Copies, tints and ripples the current layer.
A somewhat abstract effect, this one. The edges in the image are enhanced by whacking up the saturation value, giving a colour-rich aura.
Give yourself Terminator-o-vision with this action, which takes your current layer and makes it look like it's being viewed through the eyes of a robot!
Why spend tens of thousands on an electron microscope, when you can knock up a blurry image of a few "atoms" with this Action?
For that olde-worlde effect, look no further than Parchment. Creates a "sheet" of sepia parchment with your current layer "drawn" onto it.
Motion Streaks Left:
Zap your image across the screen with these two actions, Motion Streaks Left & Right. Similar to the Motion Blur filter, but blurs only the high-contrast areas of the image, giving a cartoon-like streaky effect.
Motion Streaks Right:
Similar to Motion Streaks Left, but... oh, you can work it out!
A chilly effect, this one. You pick out a contour from your image, and it adds a layer of frost to it. Can be very effective on nature photos.
Kit4 consists of the following actions:
Creates a nice, soft border effect around the current layer. Chilled out. Works well on text.
Renders a rough metal strip around the edges of the currently selected layer. Can be used to border text or for other, more weird effects!
Turn your image into a pool-side mosaic with this odd effect! Works best on high-contrast images.
Nice for adding that extra punch, and a bit of strangeness, to photos. Use it on industrial equipment, knights in shining armour or a picture of your granny!