empire

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  1. Sony sold 6.2 million PlayStation 4 systems during the holiday season, the company announced today. As of January 1, 2017, Sony has sold 53.4 million PS4 systems worldwide since launch in 2013. During the holiday period, Sony sold 50.4 million PS4 games at retail and digitally. PS4 Sales Reach 6.2 Million in Holiday Season, Boosting Total to 53.4 Million
  2. Now that's even cooler
  3. It's very old and like Rowan Atkinson, But for me this never gets old
  4. Allot of shooting effect, That's cool. did you record it yourself or got another guy to do it?
  5. Good prices, Cheap compared to others out there.
  6. Thanks for sharing and all the best with the website. I had to post to see the hidden naked images
  7. It's the new year Hope you guys will love 2017 and your dreams might come true. From me to you happy new year
  8. Your Welcome
  9. Hello and welcome
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    I'm impressed that you get so much new members there is always people joining everyday. lucky but then you been open for an very long time.
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    I have the same plugin, Yeah it would be cool to have what boards that can be streamed and have the welcome board disable. Has it been mention on IPB?
  12. This is a technique I’ve used for a long time in different ways. At its basic level you can duplicate the effect, play with the settings and experiment to your heart’s content. Similar effects can be achieved using noise or even manually creating the light and dark tones with brushes etc and then blurring them into the "brushed metal" effect. Anyway, let me explain how I achieve this particular effect. Step 1: Create your new canvas, for the sake of this tutorial I am using a 600 by 600 pixel square, 72 PPI and a transparent background. Step 2: Go to Filter > Render > Clouds Step 3: We are going to boost the contrast of the cloud effect, rather than using the brightness/contrast tool we can get a more dramatic and customisable effect using the levels tool. Go to Image > Adjustments > Levels (Keyboard shortcut (Windows) Ctrl + L) Now drag the right point left and the left point right. Step 4: This is a quick succession of 3 actions. Firstly duplicate the layer, you can achieve this by dragging the current layer to the new layer button on the layers pallet. Now change the blending mode to overlay. Lastly rotate the new layer 180 degrees. Go to Edit > Transform > Rotate 180 degrees (Keyboard shortcut (Windows) Ctrl + T and manually rotate the layer) Step 5: Now comes the part where you can see some real results as the image comes together. We are going to apply a motion blur. First, we need to merge the two layers together, you can do this by pressing Ctrl + E on the keyboard or right clicking the top layer and selecting merge down. To do this go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur. Ive used the settings -45 degrees and distance of 600. Step 6: As you can see, for all intent and purpose the metal effect is coming together, I hope you would agree. Now we are going to add the last effect, to try and bring a little more shine and realism to the piece. Go to Layer Styles and select Gradient Overlay. Change the gradient pallet to metals. Lastly have a play with the settings to achieve your desired shine. I have used silver bars, 45 degrees and 50% opacity. This is my final image. And with a few extra details added, it really comes alive: This is just scratching the surface of what can be achieved, if you are going for super realism, you may want to work on the detailing however this effect works really well on web interfaces, signatures, avatars and other web based graphics. Here is an example of it in practical use. I would love to see examples of you using this effect and the results of you following this tutorial. If you want or need help with any part of this tutorial, please post here
  13. I don't know if this has been posted or not but when I came alone I see more topics and post about welcoming an new incomer then anything else It's cool but over the top. That's right I do go on the activity page I don't see an point of this topic but make some delay and slow it down so that the real deal topics can be seen and posted.
  14. it does look very good indeed and willing to see this
  15. I created this myself some years ago as I was learning as an student. I gotta say it has been some year now and I forgotten the main factors. This is an simple Guessing Game script that's been put together ( had an A+ for it ) by myself and I thought I share it with others Do you want to see an preview? then Click Here and visit my website of the full game Here is the full code, Play around with it yourself <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Bayside Gamers Guessing Game</title> <script>window.onload=function(){ document.getElementById("output").innerHTML = "Please Enter your Number"; }; var theNumber = Math.floor(Math.random()*100+1); var numGuesses = 0; function checkguess() { var guess = document.getElementById("guess"); var output = document.getElementById('output'); var myNumber = guess.value; numGuesses++; if (isNaN == null || myNumber == "") { document.getElementById("output").innerHTML = "Box must be filled out"; alert("Please Enter your number"); } if (myNumber < theNumber) { document.getElementById("output").innerHTML = "Too low, please try again."; // alert("Too Low! Try again."); } else if (myNumber > theNumber) { document.getElementById("output").innerHTML = "Too high, please try again."; // alert("High Low! Try again."); } else if (myNumber == theNumber) { document.getElementById("output").innerHTML = "Congrats you win! "+numGuesses+ " tries! Play again... "; alert("The number was " + theNumber + "! You Won After " + numGuesses + " Guesses!"); theNumber = Math.floor(Math.random()*100+1); // This Line make the game to restart without refreshing numGuesses = 0; } } // This disable Right click on mouse option var message="What are you trying to do? You are being spied on!"; function clickIE4(){ if (event.button==2){ alert(message); return false; } } function clickNS4(e){ if (document.layers||document.getElementById&&!document.all){ if (e.which==2||e.which==3){ alert(message); return false; } } } if (document.layers){ document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN); document.onmousedown=clickNS4; } else if (document.all&&!document.getElementById){ document.onmousedown=clickIE4; } document.oncontextmenu=new Function("alert(message);return false") </script> </head> <centered><body> <h1>Bayside Gamers Guessing Game</h1> </body> <form> A Number From 1 to 100: <input id="guess" type="text" size="8" /><br /> <input type="button" value="Guess" onclick="checkguess()" /><br /> <p id="output"></p> </form> So, what can be improved? do you guys have any ideas on CSS or whatnot that can improve the game or layout? This is an learning skill for newbies also, So hope this helps. PS: I'm not very good explaining each line of what they mean