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About drew

  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Yay! I like your creations and tutorials. (Original or not. :wink: ) Can hardly wait for more tutorials!
  2. This looks realistic to me, so I'm posting it here. Yes, it is an interface, but I was recreating something that already existed. Therefore, I was making something look realistic. I got bored in PdN and made part of the slider part from the iPhone and iPod touch UI. I think it looks pretty cool. I know it's missing some stuff (like the slider arrow), but it would still be cool to attach this to the bottom of Olli's PdN touch or something. EDIT: Thankfully, I've only moved once when I was little. So, I don't know about all of the difficulties and troubles of moving. Looks crazy!! Great coll
  3. I like it, but the drop shadow is a bit too jagged. Besides the jagged shadow, it is AWESOME. I also like how the letter is slightly transparent.
  4. I think he (or she) means instead of moving a pixel so far across the X or Y plane according to its luminosity value, just blur the pixel. (I'm not familiar with writing plug-ins and blurring, so I don't know if you can "blur" one pixel.)
  5. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Today, we are going to take an ordinary, "flat" flag and add some waves to it. We're also going to add some shadows to make it look realistic! Don't worry though, this is pretty easy. I did not "invent" this tutorial. I "translated" it from Ps language to PdN language. The video I used is here: https://archive.org/details/pixelperfect/pixelperfect--0017--displacement--hd720p30.h264.mp4 Result: Required Plug-ins: Bleek II's Displacement and Alpha Mask Optional Plug-ins:
  6. I figured you would do this some time or another. You did a great job! Much better than mine. Your's looks "warmer". I don't know why this used to be so hard for me, but I just got the hang of simulating the "simulate pressure" Ps feature.
  7. I'm glad you somewhat liked it. You gave me some good advice, too. I appreciate it.
  8. "New something in red" looks great. It reminds me of a Christmas ornament. (That's a good thing, though. ) Part of it looks see-through and the background is quite nice. Using a Ps tutorial, I created a Blackberry-style Wallpaper. It's not perfect, but I want to know what other people think of it. This is moderately close to "New Something in Red", so people, PLEASE NOTICE THAT PIECE, TOO! Click to enlarge
  9. That looks amazing. The pencil looks a little fat though. And just for a nice effect, it would be nice to have a simple gradient going on in the background. Besides those little things, everything looks great! I have recently become very interested in the Displacement plug-in. I decided to create a waving flag from a flat, non-waving flag. (I found the flag here: http://www.thegio.net/kazakhstan/american-flag.jpg.) I used a Ps tutorial for this flag that BarkBark recommended. The tutorial can be found here: http://revision3.com/pixelperfect/displacement/ Before: After:
  10. That is a great video. I actually found it before you posted that because I was searching frantically to understand how to use it. I've been playing around with this plug-in some, and I made a waving flag like that guy's. Original from http://www.thegio.net/kazakhstan/american-flag.jpg: After plug-in/tutorial:
  11. I'm not sure how to use the displacement plugin. How do you use this?
  12. Livewrong811, I'm not so sure that your dad's blocker is preventing you from going to this site. I checked http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ to see if this site was down for just me. The site said that the plug-in site was down for everyone. I, too, am asking that you move the plug-in file. I already have this plug-in in the Effects folder. It's been working great for the past few days, but it randomly quit showing up. I was going to try to re-"install" it to see if this was the problem.
  13. Wither, I really like this tutorial, and I think you did a magnificent job putting this together. Your wittiness increased the greatness of the tutorial, too. I'm ready for another great tutorial!
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