Vista Style Box Photoshop Action

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This post is to demonstrate the Vista Style Box 3D Photoshop Action from

As with all of our other actions, this one is very easy to use. First just open up your actions pallette, select the proper action and then press play on step 1 like shown below.

Vista Style Box Action

Once you have your cover graphics designed, you will want to paste it (as its own layer from a different image) on to the red template that you get after you run step 1. Its usually easiest to flatten your cover design image before carrying it over to the template by going to LAYERS > FLATTEN IMAGE

Below I have pasted the new graphic over the template. You may need to press CTRL + T to stretch your image over the canvas if needed.

Cover Graphics for Vista Style Box

After you press step 2, and press play, just give it about 1 minute and your cover will be done! It’s that easy. You now have a very nice Vista Style Box Cover ready to go.

Example of Vista Style Box Action

Example of Vista Style Box Action

You can get this Vista Style Box along with (currently) 49 other high quality 300 DPI cover action scripts when you order the full package. This gives you the ability to create UNLIMITED amounts of ecover graphics for one low cost. You also get 40 pre-made cover graphics templates as one of our exclusive bonuses when you order. In fact, the cover you see above was made from one of the bonus templates. Click Here to Order the Complete Package Now!

Cover Graphics for your Membership Site

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Do you have a membership site?
If you do then you know how important it is to have people join.  Converting visitors into paying members is key.

Its sometimes difficult to show people the benefits they will get when joining your site however, having great looking graphics can certainly help.  This is why we’ve included 4 separate membership card actions in our photoshop cover actions software. With these membership card actions its as simple as cutting and pasting your graphics onto a template and then pressing play. In less than a minute you’ll have your own membership card graphics for your site.


Creating a Software Box using Photoshop Actions

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The best way to create a really good looking cover for your software box is to use photoshop actions. Because the actions do all the hard work for you, it lets you focus more on your design and less on having to create the actual box. Not only are you able to create great looking software box covers for your software products but you can easily go back and make changes to them later on if need be. Using photoshop actions also makes it very easy to re-package PLR software giving it a unique look and letting you both charge more than the other people selling the same software but also get an edge on sales conversion numbers due to the higher perceived quality.
Its true, having a high quality 3d software box
graphic to represent you product is one of the best way to make it stand out from the crowd and get convert more of your visitors to your site into customers.

3d Software Box

3d Software Box

How to Make an Ebook Cover – Photoshop Action Scripts

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In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to Make an Ebook Cover by using Photoshop Action Scripts from
First, Run the action of the cover you wish to create (you will do this again later… I am only running it the first time in order to get the exact dimensions of my ecover template.)

Then you want to Flatten the Image so that you can create your ecover design over it.

Next, Start with a base color for the background. Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool, select the entire area and then fill it with a color by going to, Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color (then choose the color of your choice) I used a darker blue for this example.

Next, you want to add in some contrasting colors or designs. The easiest way is to use the polygon lasso tool to select some more

areas to fill in (usin the same fill in technique as before) like shown. In this example, I drew diagonal selections of white and green on the ebook cover design template.

Next you want to add some text. I always like to use gradients inside of my text to make it stand out more. You can do this by going to:

Layer > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay.

You can also highlight your text and press CTRL + H

This will allow you to change fonts without showing the highlight bar, and let you see exactly how the font will look on your ecover.

After you choose the best font for your text, you should experiment with adding in some drop shadows, strokes, inner shadows, outer glows, and any other blending option of your choice to your ecover. You can do this by going to:

Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options.

I always start wit the drop shadow, and move on from there,. remember each blending option is completely customizable with the slider bars provided.

After you are done with your text, you need to add some images related to your niche. You can find good stock images for your ebook covers etc.. at , , and many others. Just do a search on Google for “stock images”. Always be sure to read the rights first before using them!

On a side note, if you aren’t quite up to speed with the inner workings of Photoshop, I recommend either or both of which help anyone get fairly good at Photoshop fast.

I always like to add a sub-headline and a couple images to the cover as shown: (notice I changed the white diagonal background layer to grey. all you have to do is click on the color in the layer pallette and choose a new color.

Note: always remember where your guide marks were from when you ran the action at the beginning. This is to make sure your design doesn’t run off onto the spine of the ebook cover you are creating, or the box cover top etc…

Here’s how it looks so far: (please remember to always save your PSD with all layers in tact!!!)

Next step is to run the Photoshop action again for a 2nd time. This time you will paste your work onto the new template. To do this you will need to make sure your design is 100% complete, and then flatten it again like at the beginning.

Go to: Layer > Flatten Image

Then you simply drag your design with your mouse over to the new action template.

***Once again this WILL NOT WORK if you don’t flatten your entire design image first!!!!

Then simply click on step 2, and press play like shown and hit continue:

Now, since the action scripts from are 300 DPI , you will need to re-size the image for web use. (You can make these Photoshop actions the size of a wall poster if you wanted to)

ALl you have to do is go to:

Image > Image Size

and make sure the “constrain proportions” checkbox is checked, and then change the height or width to something acceptable for your use. I usually change the width to 500 pixels. It will automatically adjust the
height to match.

Now you need to view the image at 100% by changing the percentage on the bottom right of your resized image window to 100%.

That’s it! now you have your finished ebook cover.

Now You can easily make any of the 50 different ecovers and add your own custom cover graphics by using our ecover action scripts cover software. It really is that easy. Not to mention, you will also get 40 pre-made PSD templates for you to mess around with on your own. Purchase the entire set of 50 here >> Photoshop Action Scripts

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