Free PSD file – Trees & Earth
I’m sure you love trees.
I love them too. This year I planted lot’s of trees in my backyard: lime-tree, bearberry (around 12), hornbeam (many), black pine (two), Mediterranean oak tree (many of them), bay laurel tree (many of them), gorse tree (three of them). And I’m not talking about FarmVille (from Facebook), no! I’m talking about my real backyard 🙂
So, I figured, I should make a graphic and dedicate it to trees. And, before you know it … voila!
Earth image courtesy of NASA and the NSSDC
So, if you like it, feel free to download free PSD file (zipped, 31Mb) – it’s 8×8 inches, high resolution graphic – 300dpi – print ready! You can make a nice poster out of it, a decoration for your office or kitchen or … you name it 🙂
If you’d like to know how was it done, here are some hints 🙂 I used:
Swirled Trees Photoshop brushes set (20+20) + Bonus trees brushes set (46+46)
– 20+20 Photoshop brushes (two sizes)
– Bonus trees brushes set (46+46) – trunk is separated from tree top for easier coloring
– Compatible with Photoshop 7.0 up to CS5- Compatible with Photoshop Elements 3.0 and newer versions
– Also compatible with PC/Mac
– COMMERCIAL LICENSE INCLUDED
Video Tutorial: How to use Swirled Trees Brushes Set
(There are some cool tricks in this video, so don’t just overlook it.)
You can download Earth public domain images on Internet, just Google for them. I got mine here ->
Also, I used Gill Sans MT typo – you can download it from FontZone.
And, another thing: I found this nice short video named: “One year in 40 seconds”. Yes, it’s about trees and I hope you will like it 🙂