Photoshop PSD | 1680x809 px | RAR size:2.7 MB<22.8 Mb
- Web Forms and Windows
- Glass Windows Style PSD
- Fully editable layered PSD file in Photoshop CS
- Vector shapes, colors, texts and effects.
Photoshop PSD | 1000x1805 px | RAR size:1 MB<17.2 Mb
- 20 unique horizontal rules (HR) styles! Usefull for a web developer to save some time. Prepared for light backgrounds. May be used to divide paragraphs, content from footer or header etc. All kept to generic grays, but you may change colors by colorizing with hue/saturation or layer style color overlay.
40 models! (14 unique + LOD stages) with textures in tga format, ready to use in your 3D work.
This pack share only 4 diffuse textures and ensures perfect texture memory usage.
Models have up to 3 LOD stages included!
Ideal for multiplayer games to hide inside ruins.
Color, spec, normal maps included!
Available 3d model formats:
» unityPackage (Unity 3)
» lwo (Lightwave)
» obj (Wavefront)
» dts (Torque without collision)
» ms3d (Milkshape)
» FBX (Autodesk and 3DGameStudio)
» x (DirectX)
» DAE (Collada)
» DBO (DarkBasic)
» b3d (Blitz Basic)
» u3d (Ultimate Unwrap)
» C4D (Cinema4D NEW Format!)
Due to popular demand, the I've written another tutorial, this time centered around one of the trickiest things to learn, Lighting!
In "The Light Helper" tutorial I cover everything from Ray Trace Shadows vs Depth Map Shadows, how to create a new light and configure it to suit your needs as far as color/shadows/specular/type etc. I discuss Ambient Occlusion and give render hints/tips...
In this lighting tutorial the mystery is taken out right along with the frustration of using light sets! You will be able to alter your lights to suit your renders and even create new light sets for sale or personal use!
You will also get a set of 40 IBL Lights!
Here is what you get:
25 Page Tutorial in both .PDF & .DOC Formats
40 IBL Light Sets
This tutorial is best viewed NOT in full screen mode, as images may appear blurry,
and not at 100% it is set by default to open in your PDF viewer at 86%
My tutorials are written in an easy to use format, you can jump around to chapters and scroll through at your own pace. There are images complete with instructions so you don't get lost!
If you liked my other tutorials for Blending and my Painterly effect tutorial and you use Poser 5+ you will absolutely benefit from reading through and practicing with my lighting tutorial!