Engraving is one of the oldest visual art techniques and is widely used to add a flair of antiquity to images and photos by a great number of digital artists. However, reproducing this effect manually can be a nut hard to crack for novices and even confident Photoshop users. If you are looking for a way to add high-quality and fully configurable engraving effects to your images and photos in Photoshop and dont want to reinvent the wheel, just try Engraver II and forget about this problem forever!
Engraver II is a powerful engraving effect generator for Photoshop and compatible applications, such as CS3 and CS4. When activated, this plug-in analyzes the image and transforms it into a digital engraving composed of lines with variable thickness. With Engraver II, you can create stylized grayscale and color images based on a number of geometric patterns and adjust every aspect of the engraving process: line thickness, spacing, pattern displacement, degree of relief and much, much more. Every change you make to the program settings is instantly reflected in the preview window, so you are always in full control over the creative process. The latest version of the tool supports the newest multi-core CPUs, CMYK and RGB modes, allows you to limit the preview function to the selected area only, emulate ink spots and natural imperfections and enjoy a number of other handy features.
If you would like to add engraving to your standard toolkit, feature this great effect in your portfolio and become a real engraving professional, look no further than Engraver II!
Engraver II for Photoshop 2.22 Engraver II - it is a plugin module for the Adobe Photoshop and compatible editors. This plug-in allows to stilyze any your photos or images as beautiful engraving or pencil
Engraver II for CS3 Macintosh 2.22 Engraver II - it is a plugin module for the Adobe Photoshop CS3\CS4 (Mac OSX and Win) and compatible editors. This plug-in allows to stilyze any your photos or images as beautiful
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