Category Archives: Eye Candy
Recently Cheryl Mabry reached out to us to say how much she loves Eye Candy. She sent us a few of her examples and we were impressed! Here they are: Cheryl was kind enough to provide us with a tutorial … Continue reading
Check out this awesome Eye Candy creation from Kenny Price. Most of the image was made with basic Photoshop shape elements and Eye Candy. Kenny said the prints of this piece are amazing. He works at an aircraft facility in Greensboro, … Continue reading
Here are a couple of good-looking heart pieces from Keith Hall. He has a knack for making beautiful stuff with Eye Candy. We’ve shared some of Keith’s work before. Check it out here. Keith used the Bevel and Shadow effects in … Continue reading
Keith has a knack for making awesome art with a few simple Eye Candy effects. The Chrome effect was used to make the gold details on the plaques below. Learn how to make your own custom gold effects in Eye Candy from … Continue reading
Check out this review of Eye Candy 7 from Paul Strauss. He made lots of great looking examples for the article. In particular, he did a fabulous job showing off the Shadow and Motion Trail effects. Thanks Paul!
I just put the finishing touches on a video about making furry text with Eye Candy 7. It’s easy to do with the Animal Fur effect. Check out the video below to learn how to give your text a good hair … Continue reading
One of the exciting new additions to Eye Candy 7 is the Lightning effect. Unlike actual lightning in nature, you have fine control over where the bolt appears and what it looks like. This lets you decide how to add … Continue reading
Here is a new video about gold in Eye Candy 7. I demonstrate techniques for making gold using several different effects from shiny gold chrome to old rusty gold. As mentioned in the video, here is a custom settings file for … Continue reading
I just finished up a brand new Eye Candy 7 video. It shows how to use the Shadow effect to make convincing mirror-like reflections.
James Dempsey reviewed Eye Candy 7 in exactly the way I would, through pictures instead of words. You can read the article at The Graphic Mac. Thanks, James!