Giveaway: Win License for Filter Forge Basic Edition

Today we have yet another cool giveaway and we thought this is something bloggers and designers might be interested.  DesignModo and Filter Forge announce the inception of our new contest. Win License for Filter Forge Basic Edition!

Filter Forge is a high-end graphic software allowing you to generate textures, create visual effects, enhance photos, and process images. It features several thousand ready-made realistic and abstract textures and effects, and a powerful visual editor to create custom ones.

How to win?

Step 1: Tweeting this: Giveaway: Win License for Filter Forge Basic Edition http://bit.ly/ffmodo @designmodo #photoshop #freebies

Step 2: What Filter Forge filter do you like most? Visit the online Filter Forge Library, select a filter that appeals to you, and post a comment with a link to the filter and a short description. The best comment is to be picked out by the site stuff, and the winner will receive a license for Filter Forge Basic Edition.

Don’t forget to provide us your Email and Name. We will notify you using the Email.

This competition will run for the next 7 days. Good luck to everyone!

The contest will end: January 21, 2011.

UPDATE WINNER!

Peter Beckley

Congratulation!

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18 Comments
  1. bused Jan 14, 5:36 pm

    Amazing contest!

    Love this http://filterforge.com/filters/1505.html

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  2. TMSocks Jan 14, 5:41 pm

    Thanks for contest.

    http://filterforge.com/filters/7693.html this filter look nice, good quality and clean, she has many variation an textures, i love this filter!

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  3. Matt Jan 14, 6:47 pm

    Filter Forge is new to me. They seem to have some amazing stuff though, especially if you need tileable textures.

    I like http://filterforge.com/filters/2853.html which is a vibrant cross between a metallic overlay and underwater through glass look.

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  4. Lucy Jan 14, 7:27 pm

    I like the Watercolor painting very much http://filterforge.com/filters/7227.html
    Look in the preview how a photo from a simple camera becomes a beautiful painting.

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  5. Tina O'Flynn Jan 14, 8:38 pm

    I love Dotty Grunge.
    I also tweeted your contest!
    I’d love to win!!!

    Tina (tinaar@hotmail.com)

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  6. Yetkin Degirmenci Jan 14, 8:51 pm

    I would love this one http://filterforge.com/filters/8838.html
    Because as far as I see this one is very usefull on these day at my tiny in-house
    vintage game-project.(details will be announce when its grow little bit… ;)
    Anyway I would like to tell why I love Filter Forge,
    It’s a definitely one of must-have tool in any Graphic Designer and/or VFX Designer tool belt.
    First of all, it’s give me a chance to create awesome maps in no-time.
    it’s also have nice library that I can select many user-created filters or maps which is most of the time
    that functions is save the day on dead-end projects…
    On the other hand If you are make game assets or 3D projects
    HDRI and High Resulation support best in this business.
    I would suggest Filter Forge for all Graphic Designers.

    Sincerley
    Yetkin

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  7. Pablo Lara H Jan 14, 11:47 pm

    The Gouache effect looks amazing to do some illustrations with pics. Great!

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  8. Ressa Jan 15, 3:08 am

    I like http://filterforge.com/filters/8420.html (Dabbber). It looks like it would give a great watercolorish effect and be a lot of fun to play around with.

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  9. Princess Shaza Jan 15, 11:34 am

    I like these type of filter forges: http://filterforge.com/filters/7053.html.

    It gives more details and accent to a photo. A grungy filter forge makes an ordinary photo turn into a one-of-a-kind sense of feel.I like adding grungy textures to some of my photo manipulations and website designs which gives a good depth of imagination.

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  10. Yuni Ardita Sari Dewi Jan 15, 12:30 pm

    Cool Giveaway.

    I Love this:
    http://filterforge.com/filters/1110.html (Color My Canvas)
    This filter will make our image look like it was printed on, or woven into a rough canvas fabric.Mm…cool.I love it. Gotta love to explore another filters. Filter Forge is awesome.

    RT:
    http://twitter.com/#!/arditasari/status/26168758917660672

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  11. Ari Arsyadi Jan 15, 2:54 pm

    I am currently digging deep into creating web themes and finding the following filters useful to make web background:
    Creature Skin: http://filterforge.com/filters/7463.html
    and
    Cardboard: http://filterforge.com/filters/5934.html

    Why are they useful? First, the abundant variations of these filters alone make it easier for me to get my job done faster, no doubt about it. Second, as I always need high quality tools in my work life, I believe this one will exactly deliver the best result every designer can expect.

    Congratulation to the DesignModo team for bringing this up. Here is my retweet:
    http://twitter.com/Arilontong/status/26259318802223104

    Thanks

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  12. Dina Jan 15, 8:00 pm

    what I like the most is this one http://filterforge.com/filters/5456.html
    is a bamboo tevture is pretty realistic and looks great filter firge rocks!!

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  13. ruskul Jan 15, 11:24 pm

    I like these filter forges: http://filterforge.com/filters/7053.html

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  14. Jeremy Kerr Jan 16, 5:55 pm

    I have looked at several of the filters and I would have to say that one of my favorites is Deep Sky (http://filterforge.com/filters/8785.html). I love space art and creating it.

    There are several filters in the group that would be very useful for creating game textures as well. I have been asked recently to help with this and Filter Forge would be a great asset to my arsenal in doing so.

    Thanks.

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  15. Peter Beckley Jan 17, 5:17 pm

    There are so many freakin awesome variations and effects how can we possibly choose a favorite?!?

    Well, I came across the cartographer one (http://filterforge.com/filters/2849.html) and because I’ve never seen an action or other filter do something like this before I decided to use it as my choice but honestly, there are just way to many fantastic, and very usable options!

    That’s an important distinction by the way, its great to have 40 billion variations, but if you can’t actually use them, then they’re just pretty and worthless. I got so many new ideas for designs just by browsing the freakin’ catalog of examples!!!

    You rock!

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  16. Cean Jan 19, 8:25 am

    I tweeted about this giveaway.

    I liked this the best: http://filterforge.com/gallery/35.html
    because it gives a correct colour combination :)

    cean.loves.you@gmail.com

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