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Graphic question...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by digitalpower, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. digitalpower

    digitalpower BANNED BANNED

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    I see many online products have a shrinkwrapped software box graphic. What do I mean by this? For example, look at easymemberpro.c0m at the bottom of the page. You see the picture at the bottom left of the landing page? How do you create one of these graphics?
     
  2. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    Well, if you've no clue how to do it your best bet will be paying someone to do it for you. You can do this pretty easily if you've some Photoshop skills, take a blank template of that box, or even copy this one and blank it out. Rotate, warp & resize images and text. There's tons of ways you can go about this.
     
  3. virtualgeorge

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    Easy enough to do in photoshop but there's a lot of programs & photoshop actions with templates that will make it easier.

    There is a word for those kind of box graphics but I can't think of it right now. There are some in the downloads section and I know one was called "3d box covers" and there was another called "cover action pro" and that one also had a lot of templates.
     
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  4. virtualgeorge

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    Now I remember, their called ecovers like in ebook covers. If you google it you will find a lot of them.
     
  5. halfalump

    halfalump Regular Member

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    there's a set of photoshop actions that does it for you automatically. very helpful and looks very professional if you design the template nicely: "cover action pro"

    try this:
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    hxxp://rapid*share.com/files/172827760/cover*action.rar
     
  6. nonhacker

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    you would just use the normal e-box that they used above in the top of the sales page, and give it a slightly different background cover...
    I do most of my graphics with photoshop and "actions"
     
  7. Keedev

    Keedev Regular Member

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    Cover Action Pro looks good. From the above share.
    Code:
    http://www.coveractionpro.com/

    Or if you want to do things yourself rather than mimic, here's a starter guide.
    Code:
    http://www.talk-mania.com/buttons-web-graphics-banners/65-professional-software-box.html
     
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  8. meakerseeker

    meakerseeker Regular Member

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    Can someone post a working link.