Infinity Playing Cards


6 Responses

  1. Lee McKenzie Lee McKenzie

    A development shot of the flat tuck box for Ellusionists Infinity deck. I love the old world vibe I get from this theme, it was a real treat to create. Really happy with how it turned out.

    over 1 year ago

  2. Mike Clarke Mike Clarke



    over 1 year ago

  3. Laurie Schena Laurie Schena

    holy schnikes, awesome work, wish I could work with you and learn how you did this!!

    over 1 year ago

  4. Lee McKenzie Lee McKenzie

    @Laurie Schena Cheers Laurie, nice of you to say! It's pretty much: make this bit, put it there, make this bit, no, change that bit, add this bit, move it there, no move it there, make another bit, put it there, move it up 2 pixels, no down 1... rinse and repeat x infinity and sooner or later you get this :)

    over 1 year ago

  5. Laurie Schena Laurie Schena

    yeah, I get that - but the lighting and is there a texture there? Is the lighting with the dodge tool or the a light effect? Thanks for the info!!

    over 1 year ago

  6. Lee McKenzie Lee McKenzie

    No worries, you're welcome @Laurie Schena . There's no dodge use as I don't like the destructive'ness' of it. I like to use a soft black brush to create the ranges of depth and shadows on specific parts of specific layers etc. Also, gradient overlays from the blending options can work well as a non-destructive and editable way to add the depth and shine and tweak to fit each layer. Hope that helps somewhat!

    over 1 year ago

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