Google+ Icon. Feel free to re-size for use as a social media button on your blog/website. Feel free to alter, as long as you don't violate Google's copyright. It's 500px square with a transparent BG, so you can also use it as a Dock Icon. There are NO restrictions on this that "I" am placing on it... It'd still be nice if you +fav'd or thanked me if you use it though.. Jussayin'...
Click to download the *.PSD file, or Right Click the image to save the *.PNG.
Rules for these tags: You may edit them (e.g. add the word 'literature' or your name) so long as you don't take credit for it and/or redistribute them. You may use them as a literature author tag on deviantART only. You may not claim, redistribute or reproduce them in any way. You do not have to credit me to use them but it would be nice if you faved or commented to tell me that you have. I love feedback too. (:
To Use: 1. Download the .zip file. You can find the download button left of the preview image. 2. Unzip the folder Fun and Colours.zip using WinRAR or a similar archiver. 3. Go to the very top left hand corner of your screen and click the little triangle next to your deviantART username. In the dropdown menu, click edit settings. In the navigation bar on the left hand side click Identity (under Public). Go to where it says Literature Author Tag and click Change Author Tag. The click Add a file... and chose one of the tags in the folder you have unzipped the tags to.
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----------------------------------------------------- Credits: July Designs for the background in the preview image. (:
this is a gradient pack i made to use as a warming filter for portraits. the regular warming filters in photoshop use a flat orange color, but i like gradients because even the most subtle color changes can add a lot of extra depth to a photograph. i'm sure most of you know how to use this stuff, but i included a mini tutorial as the preview graphic. by no means is that the universal setting for all of these. i know there are a lot of people who are just learning to dabble with photoshop and i just like to encourage bravely trying new things. remember to play with all your blending options, opacity and fills to get the effect you want. have fun with it!
created in photoshop cs. unzip the .grd file into presets/gradients folder.
i can't make you credit me, but it would be nice if you commented if you take it. merci!
stock photo by and mad, crazy props to
(check out her main account, too!)
R U L E S:
» credits optional, but as you imagine really appreciated. With credits and faves you help me to let more people know about my resources
» strictly forbidden hosting them on other sites.
» I'd be glad to see what you've done, so don't hesitate to let me know
~30 gradients, very useful for a nice web 2.0 style
The writing in the preview image is also filled with one of the gradients.