Hey everyone, so I know I’ve been MIA for a while now but for good reason…sort of. I was trying to figure out how to implement a store front to be able to offer extra special Brushchick goodies for your downloading pleasure! Believe it or not, this was difficult! Mainly because the files I would be uploading are in the 10MB + range and most free file storing sites have a 50 MB limit or less. I’m happy to say I figured it out! ALL BY MYSELF. Which is always the best because it feels so good to learn such fun & useful things
Without further ado, I invite you to check out the Mini-Mart!
Here you will find the One Day Deals that I put up after they’re done being FREE of course. As well as some upcoming Blog Flair downloads, Premium textures etc…This site takes up a lot of my free time and while I LOVE doing it and being able to offer you guys awesome quality FREE brushes all the time, some things just take me a bit longer to put together and I totally appreciate any support you may give to the site. It keeps the internet hamsters running on their tiny wheels so the site stays alive!
Let me know what you think of the store. It’s SUPER new and I’m still tinkering. Any suggestions on what you guys would like to see would also be welcome! Thank you so much for loving what I do as much as I do!Read More
In this post I will show you how to make a reflection in photoshop This is a super trendy effect that you can find all over the internet. It is also very simple to re-create – yay! Here we go!
1.) You’ll want to start with an image with a transparent background. You can certainly pick one that doesn’t have this – but be sure to mask out/erase the background before you begin this tutorial. Here is mine:
*Note: This also works well with any typography or icons!
3.) Now the select “Rings Copy” layer and re-name it “Rings Reflection”. You don’t NEED to do this, but it can help you stay organized when working with multiple layers if you’re a beginner. Now select your “Rings Reflection” layer and click Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical.
It should look like this.
5.) Now, click on the reflection layer and select your gradient tool. Make sure your foreground color matches your background color, in this case it should be white. Along your top tool bar there will be options for your gradient. Select “Foreground to Transparent”
8.) Now click and drag your mouse from the bottom to the top, until you get your desired “reflection” effect. You can see in my history palette that it took me about 4 “click & drags” to get the look I wanted. Every photo is different so experiment until you’re satisfied.
Viola! You’ve got a fancy reflection. Post any questions/comments below You can also download the working file for this tutorial here:TUTORIAL FILE.
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