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Sacred Geometry Generator

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LATEST VERSION OF PHOTOSHOP CC2018 SUPPORT

Sacred Geometry Generator is a Photoshop panel for creating Sacred Geometry symbols from any images and photos. This panel contains 9 symbols, managed by 4 additional panels.

The panel has a great number of variants of transformation, color settings, adding of different effects, and non-destructive combining. And there's a way to create an unbelievable cosmic masterpiece if you fully understand all the possibilities of the plug-in.

This panel was created with cosmic love and is dedicated to everyone who is fond of cosmos, sacred geometry, symbolism and spirituality. In addition I'd like to say, that I've got plenty of ideas for future versions, and the price will grow because of newly added symbols and possibilities.


Sacred Geometry Generator description


Features:

  • 9 unique symbols of Sacred Geometry
  • Infinity non-destructive combining
  • Full control by additional panels
  • Detailed Tutorials video guide and installation guides
  • Quick background replacement

Additional panels:

  • Metamorphosis — a panel for elements size controlling and blur FX

  • Space Generator — a panel for random color generating

  • Effector — a panel for adding effects to basic elements.

  • Manual Colors — manual color control of every element

Requirements:

  • Panel support Adobe Photoshop CC2018, CC2017, CC2015, CC2014, CC, CS6
  • Support Mac and Windows
  • Support all languages

Technical support:

If you have problems with the panel installation we can help you remotely via Team Viewer or E-mail.

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