Water is of course the subject of this Flood package. More specifically though the subtly of water coloration, the changing abstract nature of it's surface, the elusiveness of it's overall form. This package breaks with my standard approach in past Flood packages and tells the story of it's subject in a more delicate manner. This stock will lend itself well to a range of creative applications, and not strictly water applications.
`dholms said he wanted to kick things into a higher gear once we passed two hundred thousand page-views, I don't now if a higher standard then our recent work even exists; but if it does, now that we broke 200k I hope that this package qualifies... I can not do more then work hard and share my best product with you. And even so I do not think I can repay you kids for the support you give Resurgere. Support that keeps us going, keeps us growing, and makes our group what it is. This package then, is dedicated to the fans, .
This stock is distributed under the Resurgere Stock License. As such, commercial use of this stock item is strictly forbidden, unless you have prior permission from the Resurgere Producer of the stock item. However, you are allowed to use Resurgere stock in your noncommercial projects.
Yes, I meant the photos. The problem was this: I was trying to download the larger image (by clicking on the original, smaller photo), and this way it did not give me the whole package, just the current image I was looking at.
Sorry for being so newbie.
Thanks once more, and merry christmas!
You have to hit the "Download to Desktop" button, clicking the image is the same as clicking the zoom in button and will only show the preview cover. Download will put a compressed version of the package onto your computer, which you can uncompress, and then see all the images.
I don't know what you mean by "them" together, them what? Packages? You need to download them one at a time. Photos? They are inside the packages and you download ten at once or whatever as you load the package.
damn bro. a couple of these shots look like something out of a
steven spielberg movie!! they're magical!!!
especially 2196, 2213 and 2223! they almost put me in a dream state!
heh. (no. i'm not drinking. wanker.)
and i dig the experimental grayscale ones as well! my faves there are
2267 and 2268. those are like some kinda intense abstract inking or something!
i guess my fave is the one you did the cover with though,...it's like a beautiful
flame drifting beneath the surface. that's excellant! as a matter of fact,...i'm
making it my wallpaper. NOW!
well done little bro!
time for me to cowboy up i guess,...right???
300K is just around the corner!!