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Ralf Jurrien : April 6th 2007 - 13:20 CET

Alien skin software eye candy effects


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Alien Skin SoftwareAlien skin software eye candy effects : Alien Skin Software released the Eye Candy Effects Collection, a bundle of the award-winning Eye Candy, Xenofex, and Snap Art plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop and other image editors. The Eye Candy Effects Collection includes 54 special effects filters with over 1000 one-click settings. The Eye Candy Effects Collection includes full versions of five Alien Skin plug-in titles: Eye Candy 5: Impact, Eye Candy 5: Nature, Eye Candy 5: Textures, Xenofex 2, and Snap Art. These filters allow graphic designers to create chrome, fire, smoke, lightning, clouds, comics and dozens of other effects with a single click. Extensive example images and free, 30 day demos are available at the Alien Skin Website.
Eye candy effects - Price
Alien Skin will release Universal versions of all their plug-ins soon. All customers who purchase the Eye Candy Effects Collection will receive free updates when they become available. Pricing and Availability: Purchased separately, these plug-ins are valued at $575. The Eye Candy Effects Collection sells for an estimated street price of $399. Online delivery is available at the Alien Skin website. The Eye Candy Effects Collection is also available through stores and resellers.

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Alien skin software eye candy effects - Requirements
The Eye Candy Effects Collection includes five plug-ins; they must be used with one of the following image editors: Adobe Photoshop CS or later, Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 or later, or Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI or later. Eye Candy Effects Collection requires 512 MB RAM and 1024x768 or greater monitor resolution. Windows users must have a Pentium 4 or later processor and Windows XP or later. Macintosh users must have a G4 or G5 PowerPC and Mac OS X 10.3.9.

Alien Skin Software
Makers of award-winning plug-ins since 1994, Alien Skin Software created the first drop shadow filter for Photoshop. In addition to the Eye Candy Effects Collection, Alien Skin offers three plug-ins for photographers, Blow Up, Exposure, and Image Doctor. Our reputation for bug-free software and fast, friendly tech support has grown worldwide throughout the years. Alien Skin continues to write and sell filters that users love.





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