Well anon, you have two ways: go to their official site and purchase it, or go look in direct dl/torrent sites. The cliche phrase applies - google is your friend. (I’d give you a link but I don’t have one.)
1 year ago
1 year ago —2 notes
It’s really simple, not tutorial worthy imo. You just have to place the coloring layers on top of the gif’s layers (so that when you look at your layer’s list, the coloring ones are the first). Make sure that whatever you modify or move is done with the very first frame selected. (that way anything you do will affect all the frames).
1 year ago —1 notes
Download here (MF)
- Like the post if you download. Enjoy!
Thanks! Here you go anon. :)
2 years ago —1 notes
Oh, wait, I thought this was about my main blog. This one is random as well. It comes from this word, I guess. See? No logic. That’s me picking URLs. xD
2 years ago
Sorry, I can’t help you. Idk which texture you’re talking about.
2 years ago
Okay; really sorry about this. But I cannot figure out how to get the gradients that you made to work; I’ve looked at the HOW TO USE link you provided but I’m still rather stuck; sorry for bothering you, but could you try to explain it?
You mean how to install them? I’ll try my best to explain, maybe the explanation in that link isn’t the best, nor the simplest. In Ps, click Edit > Preset Manager. In the drop-down menu, choose ‘gradients’ and then click ‘Load…’. Now, locate the .grd file you downloaded and load it.
Download here @ MF
- Don’t know how to install them? This way.
- What are these for? I made them to achieve the style/effect in the preview image. Simply create a ‘Gradient Map’ adjustment layer (Layer > New adjustment layer > Gradient Map) and try out the different gradients.
- Like the post if you dl. Enjoy!