February 8, 2011
Alexandria, VA, USA (February 08, 2011) – Continuing its series of free Photoshop plugins, Filter Forge, Inc. today released Filter Forge Freepack 5 – Hearts, and announced a 50% discount for its flagship product, Filter Forge.
The fifth Filter Forge freepack is a St. Valentine's Day special, so its theme is hearts – the plugin comprises seven filters, each capable of generating heart shapes and effects. For example, the Glass Heart Frame filter creates an effect of looking at the source image through a heart-shaped opening; Glowing Hearts Frame forms a vignette made of glowing hearts; Grungy Hearts generates a background pattern of layered hearts, and so on.
Filter Forge Freepack 5 – Hearts is available for download at http://www.filterforge.com/download/. Registration is not required. The plugin works under Windows and Mac OS X.
Additionally, a 50% discount is available for all editions of Filter Forge. The offer expires on February 15, 2011 and is not combinable with other promotions. To buy Filter Forge with a 50% discount, click here: http://www.filterforge.com/buy/.
Over the course of the year 2011, Filter Forge, Inc. plans to release more Filter Forge freepacks, each centered around a different theme. The freepacks are based on the technology used in the company's flagship product, Filter Forge, an innovative Photoshop plugin featuring over 7800 free ready-to-use filters.
About Filter Forge, Inc. – Based in Alexandria, VA, Filter Forge, Inc. is a one-product company solely focused on developing Filter Forge, an innovative Photoshop plugin allowing its users to create their own filters.
Filter Forge is – by quite a margin – the most powerful plug-in we've looked at here. That's because it's a tool for creating plug-ins, both generative texture-creation tools and effect filters.
“Filter Forge is an incredibly powerful new Photoshop Plugin. It's simply amazing. It gives you the power to create your own filters (you must run them from inside Filter Forge though) without any programming knowledge at all.”
“I'm thinking Filter Forge should come with a warning: 'This Product could be Habit Forming'.”