February 19, 2009
Alexandria, VA, USA (February 19, 2009) – Filter Forge, Inc. today released the next in its series of free Photoshop plugins, Filter Forge Freepack 4 – Distortions, and announced a 20% discount for its flagship product, Filter Forge.
The theme of the fourth Filter Forge freepack is distortions. The freepack contains 7 free filters that can distort, jumble and reshape the image in various ways. For example, the 'Shatter' filter breaks the source image into sharp-edged fragments, 'Wave Distortion' distorts the image based on sinusoidal or triangular wave functions, and 'Pattern Glass' produces an effect of looking at the image through a piece of patterned glass.
The freepacks are based on the technology used in the company's flagship product, Filter Forge, an innovative Photoshop plugin allowing users to create their own filters – visual effects, distortions, patterns, backgrounds, frames and more. Each freepack generates seamlessly-tiled textures with professional-grade anti-aliasing, and takes full advantage of dual-core processors.
All Filter Forge freepacks are available for download at the company website: http://www.filterforge.com/download/. Registration is not required. The freepacks currently work under Windows only.
Additionally, a 20% discount is currently available for all editions of Filter Forge. The offer is not combinable with other promotions. To buy Filter Forge with a 20% discount, click here: http://www.filterforge.com/buy/
About Filter Forge, Inc. – Based in Alexandria, VA, Filter Forge, Inc. is a one-product company solely focused on developing Filter Forge, an innovative Photoshop plugin allowing its users to create their own filters. For more information, visit http://www.filterforge.com
Filter Forge is – by quite a margin – the most powerful plug-in we've looked at here. That's because it's a tool for creating plug-ins, both generative texture-creation tools and effect filters.
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“I needed rock textures and instead of the usual day it takes me to make one, I was able to make 20! Again – applause to you all.”