**FREE Render Pack** (1 Viewer)

d3vanj

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Dec 12, 2006
Messages
4,079
Reaction score
1,479
Location
US
Offline
Here I composed some renders that would be great for wallpapers - Here is a preview of all the images in there :

It contains:
8 Brees renders
6 Bush Renders
1 Colston Render
1 Harper Render
1 Dwayne Jarrett Render (USC)
1 Lance Moore Render
2 McAllister Renders
1 Desean Jackson Render
1 Darren McFadden render
1 Meachem Render (Tenn.)
1 Pierre Thomas Render
1 Mike McKenzie Render


I compressed the file into a .zip folder, which you can download here:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SXTKFLVE

Good luck with the wallpapers/sigs you make out of them :9:


***NOTICE: I DO NOT TAKE CREDIT FOR ALL OF THE RENDERS. I RENDERED SOME OF THE IMAGES BUT NOT ALL OF THEM***



Just finished this one:

Rendered myself, right click -> save image as to save.

Some more:

Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=O29IX8KH
 
Last edited:

zorro37

Cha-Champs
Joined
Mar 20, 2007
Messages
4,798
Reaction score
2,829
Location
Belfast, Ireland
Offline
Thanks, rendering stuff is probably the hardest part of photoshop and gimp to get a hang of.
I don't normally save them but if I do I'll post them here.
 
OP
OP
d3vanj

d3vanj

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Dec 12, 2006
Messages
4,079
Reaction score
1,479
Location
US
Offline
No problem bro.
I know how hard it is for me to render, and it usually takes about an hour depending on the size of the render, and I just wanted to share these to save people some time.
 

zorro37

Cha-Champs
Joined
Mar 20, 2007
Messages
4,798
Reaction score
2,829
Location
Belfast, Ireland
Offline
This attached wallpaper literally took me 10 seconds to do with one of your premade pics.
I hope others contribute here because it really puts you off trying to do things when you just begin Photoshoping and I gave up 3 or 4 times because I hated using the magnetic lasso thing.
 

Attachments

OP
OP
d3vanj

d3vanj

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Dec 12, 2006
Messages
4,079
Reaction score
1,479
Location
US
Offline
Ahhh no man, you use the wrong thing for renders. Pen tool makes it 100000000x easier!
it lets you mold around the curves and everything so much easier and the renders are very much less choppy
Just put the pen-tool layer to 0% opacity and outline the image you're rendering, then when you're done outlining it rasterize the layer and put the pen-tool layer opacity back to 100 and select it with the magic wand tool and copy and paste it into a new layer and you have the render.
That's the way I do it atleast



Also, nice wallpaper, and glad to help :9:
 

billinms

Tiptoeing Through the Tulips
Staff member
Super Moderator
VIP Subscribing Member
Joined
Oct 1, 2004
Messages
19,650
Reaction score
24,596
Age
47
Location
Ocean Springs
Offline
Very cool d3vanj. I'm gonna rotate a few of them as my desktop. Very nice work.
 

nolafan33

SR is my life!
Joined
May 9, 2007
Messages
10,564
Reaction score
5,418
Offline
another

d3vanj if maybe u can do some more, hornets players or saints players. different types of players tht would be great, thanks man.
 

Attachments

OP
OP
d3vanj

d3vanj

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Dec 12, 2006
Messages
4,079
Reaction score
1,479
Location
US
Offline
they look good nola

and if you have photoshop then do this

go to:
http://www.psdcetral.net

click the tab that says PSDs on the right
then navigate your way from there to find the ones youre looking for
 

Marlboro Man

Super Forum Fanatic
Joined
Mar 11, 2002
Messages
9,846
Reaction score
2,766
Age
66
Location
Aurora, CO
Offline
???

Ahhh no man, you use the wrong thing for renders. Pen tool makes it 100000000x easier!
it lets you mold around the curves and everything so much easier and the renders are very much less choppy
Just put the pen-tool layer to 0% opacity and outline the image you're rendering, then when you're done outlining it rasterize the layer and put the pen-tool layer opacity back to 100 and select it with the magic wand tool and copy and paste it into a new layer and you have the render.
That's the way I do it atleast



Also, nice wallpaper, and glad to help :9:
I tried that on my photoshop7 and can't figure out what you're doing. Mine just puts a straight line
 

MLU

Please respect my decision!
Joined
Apr 28, 1999
Messages
53,576
Reaction score
18,307
Location
Mesa, AZ
Offline
Ahhh no man, you use the wrong thing for renders. Pen tool makes it 100000000x easier!
it lets you mold around the curves and everything so much easier and the renders are very much less choppy
Just put the pen-tool layer to 0% opacity and outline the image you're rendering, then when you're done outlining it rasterize the layer and put the pen-tool layer opacity back to 100 and select it with the magic wand tool and copy and paste it into a new layer and you have the render.
That's the way I do it atleast



Also, nice wallpaper, and glad to help :9:
That's an interesting way to do it. I erase everything except what I want, use the stroke tool to see the stuff I missed and clean up the edge with the eraser set real wide, but low opacity. About a half hour is the longest it's ever taken me to do an image.
 

nolafan33

SR is my life!
Joined
May 9, 2007
Messages
10,564
Reaction score
5,418
Offline
is there anyone that would mind maybe doing some hornets cuts from this season? or some other saints players.

please and thankyou
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
ndcc Saints Super Forum (Main Board) 36


Headlines

Top Bottom