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CM 3652 - Boke-Aji - 80 Large Bokeh Brushes

CM 3652 - Boke-Aji - 80 Large Bokeh Brushes

If you like light leaks, you'll love these bokeh brushes. Adding bokeh to your photos is an easy and simple way to make your photos better. Use it to simulate foreground bokeh, hide objects, and more. Choose from over 80 different bokeh brushes. With so many variations, you'll be able to find the perfect one for your artwork. 2500 pixels brushes and up to 80 megapixels JPEG images. These bokeh graphics can be used for projects of any size! Save time with the JPEG images. They're professionally colored for you so that you can drag and drop them into your Photoshop artwork. Set the blending mode to Screen or Linear Dodge and you're done - it's that easy!

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YWFT Moteur Font Family (aka Alloy)
YWFT Moteur Font Family (aka Alloy)

 

 

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ywft/ywft-moteur/

YWFT Moteur began as a technical, retro, machine-like design, with a second version later released as YWFT Maetl. YWFT Moteur carries a strong inspiration from the type work of Wim Crouwel, but branches into a new realm of a more French/German engine-like type design. YWFT Moteur works very well as a headline, especially in poster design projects. YWFT Moteur was converted to Opentype in 2010, and was previously known as Alloy. In the early 2000’s it was used heavily by the video gaming magazine ‘Playstation’ for headline and display purposes.

TTF | 6 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1 Mb RAR

 

Augustus Font

 

 

https://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T0195/augustus

A modern classic. Augustus is a hefty sans serif that combines classical humanist elements and precise geometry. With racehorses and typography, lineage is everything, and Augustus is from good stock. Karl Frankowski paired the charisma of Morris Fuller Benton's Eagle Bold with the flair of Zuzana Licko's Dogma. The trained eye will detect a sprinkling of 19th century wood type in there as well. He named Augustus after Augustus Gloop, that alarming glutton of a child infamously expelled from the Chocolate Factory. Five years is a maddening amount of time to spend developing a single-weight typeface. That is how long it took one Karl Frankowski to release his first commercially available typeface and the attention to detail really paid off.  Augustus is now a complete international character set with a gang of whipped alternates. A half decade ago, however, it was 26 uppercase letters designed for a one-off poster. After hundreds of rounds of refinement, the rationalist that lives deep inside surfaced, and he developed a less flamboyant form for broader applications. It should be noted that this is no story of compromise. In the years since he began Augustus, the opentype font format took hold, which enabled him to retain the original swash characters as stylistic alternates.

OTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 1 Mb RAR

 

Beaufort Font Family (Full Family)

 

 

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/shinn/beaufort/

This type is almost a sans serif. It has legibility proportions, and a very large, useful family with specially adapted condensed and extended sub-families. Compared with type set by older technologies, PostScript type, imageset and printed by high-resolution offset lithography, has a remarkable clarity — at any size. While many types, old and new, benefit from this level of definition, few designs specifically exploit it. Beaufort does. Its pointed serifs introduce a sharpness of reproduction that was difficult to achieve, at any size, prior to PostScript. This means that small sizes of Beaufort will combine a high word count with good legibility, while large sizes will always display very fine detail. Optical scaling is not required. In style, Beaufort has a number of affinities. In particular, the bold romans recall a kind of “grotesque with small serifs” style popular with sign painters and package lettering artists in the early 20th century, and still going strong. In proportion, the basic Beaufort is in the vein of the classic oldstyle types that descend from Granjon, via the French Oldstyles, or Elzevirs, to Plantin and Times in the early twentieth century. Designed for optimum clarity, readibility, and word count, these types have a pronounced angle of stress in the lower case, which is quite large and fairly narrow in relation to the caps. None of the caps are exceptionally narrow, and both cases have an evenness of width that makes for a no-nonsense, orthodox appearance. The strength of the capitals distinguishes these types from those of another “optimizing” era, the 1970s and ’80s, when puny caps made for monotonous text. However, strong though they may be, Beaufort’s caps are not as obtrusive in text as those of Times or Plantin.

TTF | 52 Fonts | JPG Preview | 2 Mb RAR