Download: 115MB Zip file containing more than 100 various files that brought the animation "USB-tan" to life.
Watch the video (in 1080p) here:
Created and compiled by:
USB-tan character by:
What's in the ZIP file: -178 animation frames, available in 1280x720 size. (Originally 1920x1080) -29 PSD files which includes the inks, colors, shades, sketches, and even the references (3d and photos alike) that were used to create the animation. -59 MOV files, 38 PNG files, and WAV files to be used by the AEP project to finish and finalize the entire animation. -Storyboard sketches with animatics included.
Important Notes: -PSD files are created using Adobe Photoshop CS5. (Possibly compatible with CS3 as well) -AEP files are created using Adobe After Effects CS4. -MAX file is created using 3dsmax 2011. -MOV files require Quicktime to work properly, available here.
Here are 4 of my basic brushes for Adobe Photoshop. These are the brushes that I use in almost every one of my drawings.
The first brush is a smooth inker that I use to draft my drawings and for fine details. The second brush is a hard ink brush that I use for my lineart drawings. The third brush is a soft scratch brush that I use for color blending and it is the brush you see visible strokes of in my paintings. The fourth brush is a harsh scratch brush that I use when I need more of the "strands" to show like in hair or fur. It also provides good texture for grass when used in short strokes.
Edit: Looks like the brushes work in versions back to at least Adobe Photoshop CS2!
If you're interested in creating your own Photoshop brushes or to see how I use mine, check out my workshop video (link starts at relevant point in timeline): youtu.be/fvu5mHCwvg8?t=28m56s
Can you feel the love tonight? The peace the evening brings, The world for once, in perfect harmony, With all these DISNEY STAMPS! *cough cough cough*
The Lion King 3D has turned me into this Disney obsessed maniac. So here we have some Disney font Photoshop stamps.
Ever wanted to make a Disney fan art image and put the logo on? And either don't have the time, don't know how to or are simply to lazy to make the logo yourself? Well with these Disney logo stamps, you can put the logos of some of favourite Disney movies straight onto your artwork in just one click! Because they are brushes, you can also change the effects on them to give them drop shadows, highlights, change the colours etc.
I don't know how to actually package and upload stamps, so to use these you need to;
-Open the document in photoshop or a similar art program that allows you to create custom brushes (I believe you can do this in GIMP also however I am not sure how and am too lazy to have a look myself). -Using the 'Rectangular Marquee' tool, drag around and select the image/stamp/logo/heading/thing you want (one at a time, don't do them all at once). -Select 'Edit > Define Brush Preset' -Give the stamp a name and click ok. -It should now be available at the bottom of your list of brushes!
These will work as brushes so you can drag them around to make funny pictures and unique shapes or just stamp them on as the logo.
All logos are property of Walt Disney and/or Pixar Animation Studios.
Deidara blowing up Iwagakure, his village. This is one of the 4 extra manga illustrations that will be inside my comic "IMPRUDENCE".
My doujin is 95% finsished right now. I only need to write the credit pages and go to the print shop to make the copies ^^
DOWNLOAD the Noise Patterns (BIG SIZE) I used in this picture for the round buildings (they are inside a .psd file in transparent layers) They are called "NOISE" patterns. I provided 3 flat noise patterns and 3 more with gradient for you. You can even make photoshop motives with them (the flat ones)