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Get new Photoshop normal map plug-in for free

Monday, October 18th, 2010 | Posted by Jim Thacker

Developer Teddy Bergsman has made his nDo normal map plug-in for Photoshop freely downloadable.

The plug-in, which runs on Windows editions of Photoshop CS2 and above, automatically creates normal maps from images, or selections of images of any shape or opacity.

Users can create any number of instances and link these layers together to permit batch editing.

Another tool permits users to create normals from paths: ideal for creating wires and cables.

Sounds like an interesting alternative to CrazyBump – and, at just 17kB, it’s one of the smallest files you’ll download all day.

Click here to visit the nDo website

Click here to read a ‘get started’ tutorial from artist Philip Klevestav

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  • http://www.adobephotoshoptraining.org/ Nathan Jones

    Very interesting, I have just written some Photoshop Training tips including some very useful Photoshop shortcuts I think you may find handy.

  • Ian K.

    The best photo based normal generator period. There are many powerful options to play around with. Heck I’d pay good money for this plugin. Five Stars.

  • Ali

    Hi I am From Iran
    This Plugin Is Very Goooooooooood
    Thanks

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