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  • for the February Inspired @ BPS

    For this months contest we are decorating a livingroom with ‘pops of colour’!

    Choose a neutral shade such as beige, grey, white or cream, as a ‘base’ for your livingroom and 
    add accents/decor in bright vibrant colours to bring personality, life and style to your room!”
    Hello. :)Have three Wcif for post/77492749401 (hope that's ok) 1. the dollhouse 2. the blackboard 3. the street (in form of a circle) with the cars, sorry dont know how else I should secribe :D A lovely room!
    Anonymous

    1. The Dollhouse is by Mira @ TSR

    2. Blackboard is by Manga_Moon @ MTS but they took all their stuff so I uploaded it here.

    3. Racetrack is by ATS

    *thanks*

    2 months ago
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  • the kid is alright.

    simberry-pie:

aikea-guinea:

blackcatsimmers:

A lot of simmers photoshop their pictures— and why not? It can be a way to make your images a lot more dynamic, artistic, or atmospheric. So what’s your go-to method? Do you have a tutorial you want to share or an action that makes your contrast pop? Maybe some pointers you’d like to share, for any skill level from beginner to advanced. I’m sure someone out there would appreciate it!

I’ve been abusing Topaz Lab’s plugins for several months now, especially their Lens Effects plugin.  What I really like about them is how customizable they are, so I can take the basic filtering that happens and really change it up on every picture depending on the mood I’m trying to get.   

I use an action that is part Eversims’ Holy Colors Batman for the first step and then a custom one I made myself with a little help from the instructions from here first color action. I also have a separate Curves action for when my pictures come out too bright/saturated to make things a little darker but not fudge up the colors.

uhhh I’ve made a few tutorials that can be found on bps.
I don’t think that you have to be logged in to see them…


-Photoshopping Pics (I apologize for the crappy pics. old tutorial is old. I actually use a different method now, but it’s still pretty close to this.)
-Photoshopping Faster: With Actions (How to make an action essentially)
-Rendering Light In Photoshop [Picture Intense] (what it says on the package)

    simberry-pie:

    aikea-guinea:

    blackcatsimmers:

    A lot of simmers photoshop their pictures— and why not? It can be a way to make your images a lot more dynamic, artistic, or atmospheric. So what’s your go-to method? Do you have a tutorial you want to share or an action that makes your contrast pop? Maybe some pointers you’d like to share, for any skill level from beginner to advanced. I’m sure someone out there would appreciate it!

    I’ve been abusing Topaz Lab’s plugins for several months now, especially their Lens Effects plugin.  What I really like about them is how customizable they are, so I can take the basic filtering that happens and really change it up on every picture depending on the mood I’m trying to get.   

    I use an action that is part Eversims’ Holy Colors Batman for the first step and then a custom one I made myself with a little help from the instructions from here first color action. I also have a separate Curves action for when my pictures come out too bright/saturated to make things a little darker but not fudge up the colors.

    uhhh I’ve made a few tutorials that can be found on bps.

    I don’t think that you have to be logged in to see them…

    -Photoshopping Pics (I apologize for the crappy pics. old tutorial is old. I actually use a different method now, but it’s still pretty close to this.)

    -Photoshopping Faster: With Actions (How to make an action essentially)

    -Rendering Light In Photoshop [Picture Intense] (what it says on the package)