More favourite fonts (a resource list):
higher | capsuula | val | ridge | accent | vger grotesque | valk | print clearly | salomé | promesh | rispa | lousiane | distractor | channel | playtime with hot toddies | brain flower | dominique | bamq | lev serif | magna | stroke | benthem | london | oranienbaum | broken records | rex | teletype 1945
Natalie Dormer shot by Lorenzo Dalbosco for Nylon Magazine (September 2013)
Where to download stuff
okay so i get a lot of people asking me where to download stuff/how to find things on the internet. this post is a collection of resources that i use and can vouch for completely to get pretty much anything you would want, media-wise.
okay so i’m probably not the authority on icon making, but this is going to be basically a list of some things i do when i’m making an icon~
pls read: okay, so this one is different than the previous graphic psds that i have posted, in the sense that it doesn’t exactly drag over cleanly. depending on your screencap, it might just roll smoothly, but most possibly not.
to help you with this i made 2 folders, one is called ‘psds and textures’ (which is self explanitory) and the other one is called ‘the fun stuff’. so what is ‘the fun stuff’ you ask? if you look at the top image in the preview the white fadey type part is created by just using the simple brush tool. this also goes for the black parts in both the previews above. these layers might not even be of use to you, and you may have to scrap them and create your own.
if you have any questions on this psd, please don’t hesitate to ask. i figure this one might be more complex than the others, bc i’ve had to tamper with it all the time to make it work right for different screen caps.
- edits where i’ve used this psd: x x x x
- Don’t repost the base image as your own.
- Don’t repost the psd version and claim as your own.
- Likes and Reblogs are much appreciated!
Below is a list of the links to the original .psd posts, and textures.
Here’s the final result:
Programm used : Adobe Photoshop CS5
If you found this useful, please like/reblog. If you have any problems or questions, please don’t be afraid to ask!