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Alien Skin Software(more)
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A collection of 16 inspirational special effects that will energize any graphics project. Realistic natural phenomena and sophisticated distortions have never been easier to create. The interface is simple and intuitive, and includes a fully resizable and zoomable preview window that allows youto see the effect on any part of your image with a single click. Xenofex also includes over 160 presets to help you begin creating complex special effects in

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