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Surfboard Templates by Nunosk8 Surfboard Templates by Nunosk8
Summer time... 2 new templates! ;)

2 individual files.

And don't forget give the credits.

**In case you will post this on a blog or another kind of website, the link to download must be redirect to here.
Thank you.

:police: This file is free and not for sale anywhere.
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rafaelrco10 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Student Interface Designer
where is the file ?
leongeernaert Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
cheers Nunoska8
Kibblywibbly Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2014
Thank you so much :)  Used here -…
jcmaba Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
Thanks man... great!
mprdvtrt Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013
Thanks alot. Looks promising, very good work.
I've downloaded the pack. Now working something on Photoshop.
Have a question, what would be the best way to use the design layer and make it look super smooth... i.e. the board edges.

So far I've:
1. Add my design to the design layer
2. Select the "board" layer with the magic wand tool
3. Select inverse
4. Select my design layer and delete everything that's outside of the board.

Doing this is the simplest way, but I see some light artifacts, especially on the front board (short surfboard, haven't tried the long one).

Here's an example. It's only a solid color applied to the board, but you can see, the front board's left edge has a little bit of white...

Nunosk8 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Professional Interface Designer

Sorry for the delay. Maybe it's a bit late, but here are some tips:

1 - The best way to select the board is CTRL (win) or COMMAND (Mac) and click directly on the layer's preview thumbnail in the Layers palette (it will select automatically the content of the layer).
2 - After selecting (in the layers panel, at the bottom) click on "add layer mask". But if you're not familiar with masks, what you did also works fine.
3 - If your design fills all the board, you can hide the "board" layer.
4 - About the light artifacts, maybe you mean the brightness details, you just need to go to the "group" layer (expand it) and there you can play with all the details of your choice (opacity, blending mode, etc).

I think that's all and I hope this helps.
mprdvtrt Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014
thanks alot and sorry for the late reply! Will try now
lukecciara Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013
can you please email these to
Hummyybird Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013  Student Interface Designer
format of RAR isn't working with my Mac. Email please?
Sun-Bliss Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used it here: Colourful Bliss, thank you! :iconpinkballoonplz:
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