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    Post Force-fields (Top-Down)

    So I thought it might be fun to make a bunch of top-down force fields for people to use as they see fit. I made 36 of them, all transparent, and each one a slightly different hue by a factor of 10, that way you have a HELL of a lot of options when it comes to color. It's hard to see on a forum, but take my word for it, these are indeed transparent. I tested them in MapTools to make sure that it's easy to see objects and tokens through them. But anyhow, I hope you guys like these and find them helpful in your campaigns .

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    Note: There are 36 differently colored transparencies in the zip file that cover just about every hue in the visible spectrum of light.

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    Any and all feedback is appreciated!
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    Is it supposed to be spherical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azelor View Post
    Is it supposed to be spherical?
    Roughly yeah. Admitedly I couldn't get a bevel/emboss setting that I liked that truly mimicked a hemi-spherical look in photoshop. But if you have any suggestions I'd be all ears.

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    there is a filter called spherisation that works pretty well in photoshop.

    and there is gprojector.

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    If you have the extended version of any of the later cs versions than under the 3D options is make a sphere from layer option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azelor View Post
    there is a filter called spherisation that works pretty well in photoshop.

    and there is gprojector.
    Quote Originally Posted by lostatsea View Post
    If you have the extended version of any of the later cs versions than under the 3D options is make a sphere from layer option.
    I run Photoshop CS5, so I might try that filter option because I've seen it around a fair bit. Thanks!

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    Hey guys guess what?

    IT'S SPHERICAL!
    Force-fields-how-can-he-worry-about-fires-when-he-has-gamesphere-_f60a1cba7181512b9e5fcc581cb388e6.jpg

    Now they all look like spheres instead of cyllinders. The DL link should be the same, and I will update the preview picture. Thanks for the tip guys!

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