I was interested in doing a new Twitter background after I changed from the Yoruichi layout to the GuildWar Assassin layout. I didn’t want to match them this time, though. So I created something that looked nice and could stay up for quite awhile. It’s simple, states the blog name of Disillusioned and the URL. I used a couple of different brushes and some filters to make it interesting. The yellow highlight was not entirely wanted but kept because it didn’t look bad either. Enjoy.
May 2010 Archives
So for Valentine’s Day the kid bought me some chocolate and on the box it said “Lusty” in really fancy cursive writing. I made this image using a brush and some simple cursive text (instead of the overly done cursive on the box) and a few gradients, layers and blending options.
I’ll add a couple more of the same image done with different settings to show how with just a few minutes of time you can also make fun images quick and easy that look intriguing and make people ask ‘how’d ya do that!’. The brush set the heart came from can be found at brusheezy and under search for damned hearts. Enjoy.
See, with just a few changes, such as an outerglow using a black to white gradient, bevel/emboss, inner glow and a pattern overlay, you can get a completely different look to an image of the same type:
This layout featured an image of a female assassin from the popular online game of GuildWars. I had played the game for awhile and liked some of the desktop wallpapers people had created. There was another person in the original image, who I cut out. Then using various filters and brushes I created the new background and the light flare at the tip of her dagger.
Using a previous version of the dvd cover for DanceSpace, I created a newer, more modern looking cover for their Decade of Dance DVDs.
These are signatures I created for a friend from images she found at a few different places. Enjoy!