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|Product Name:||Sci-Tech Overlays and Brushes Volume 01|
|Published Artist(s):||deviney, Griffin Avid|
Griffin Avid and Ron Deviney present a set of 3D props and postwork brushes with a science fiction theme. Face the interface with our Sci-Tech Overlays and Brushes.
7 Holographic Display billboard props. Use these in Daz Studio as sci-tastic holographic panels. These can be the tech interface for your futuristic scenes. Choose between the rectangular, square and oval shapes for your unique designs. Multiple display choices capture the context and allow for greater storytelling freedom and inspiration. Mix and match the 23 different panels for new looks and variations.
60 Brushes for Sci-tech effects. After the render is complete, use these postwork tools to bring your art to its next level with Sci-tech finishing touches. These work great as enhancements for your futuristic scenes and as decorative accents for any tech-savvy media. ABR Format; Photoshop Cs and up.
46 Brush Styles. Add a layer style effect to bring out the most in these sci-fi serious brushes. Make them glow and glimmer and give a great gift to your graphics as you use these style presets. .ASL format for Photoshop Cs and up.
6 Multi-part plates. These are 3D holographic plates with stacked planes featuring sci-fi instrumentation and interface elements. Do more than touch the surface and take your tactile experience to new levels of depth. Use the material presets to mix and match between the 23 different panels for a massive amount of new variations.
7 Multi-part plates. These are 3D holographic plates with stacked planes featuring sci-fi instrumentation and interface elements. Do more than touch the surface and take your tactile experience to new levels of depth. Use the material presets to mix and match between the 23 different panels for a massive amount of new variation
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