Articles by Day: July 30, 2013
In this episode, we sit down with WMC Fest Speakers Nick Disabato and Caroline Moore. We talk to Nick about his experience as an interaction designer and publisher from Chicago. And we talk to Caroline about her experience as a photographer for both metal shows and weddings. Simon joins us once again to give us the low down on a new texture pack that’s now available at The Arsenal.
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Dustin does it again!
The Valleys in the Vinyl founder (who just released some cool neon textures) is back with a vengeance. After the microscopic fingerprints textures and the fractal space pack, he has yet another very unique set ready for us today.
Introducing the Wireframe Sound Wave Texture Pack
The pack includes 15 unique textures, coming in both JPGs and transparent PNGs (30 files in total).
The “subject” at hand this time is a series of renders of a 3D element that looks like a sound wave, taken out of these cool Winamp visualization plugins we were crazy about in the early 2000’s (remember Geiss, WhiteCap, or G-Force?). I’d say Winamp is a strange piece of software. I personally use Foobar 2000 to play my music… but I digress. Let’s have a look at the files instead.
These could be used to quickly add a digital feel to a piece, contrasting with a nature scene for instance. Here’s a quick example I put together
in two minutes way too quickly, using this photo as my base:
Want to download the PSD to see how I colored the textures and edited the image? Follow this link to my Dropbox.
These are versatile and can give that unique finishing touch to your design. You know you should grab them while they’re hot.
On that note, that’s all I have for today. Until next time, cheers!
— Simon, the Arsenal Manager
PS: we’re prepping a cool goodie for next week. Stay tuned.