I like your disc covers. For my own dvd burns, I would like to get some of those components.
But I only use basic software (Mspaint, Old version of Paint Shop Pro, as well as my printers disc design suite) so I would have no use for psd layers or anything like that.
I would appreciate it if you could take some of the ‘component’ images, like the colour hexagon, stereo headphones, DVD+R logos and other bits and pieces, and convert them into high quality pngs, for me to use in my own labelling.
I use Paintshop Pro - it has most (if not all) of the features of Photoshop, and at a significantly lower price. It’s unfortunate that Corel is slowly destroying the program (like they did with WordPerfect). I stopped upgrading at v8.0. One problem I’ve discovered (in 8.0) is that I can’t open some EPS files.
You can usually find logos (Warner Bros, Dolby, DTS, etc) if you do an image search on google. Look for the cleanest and largest version of the desired logo that you can find - it’s better to re-size down that to re-size up.
I start my covers with a template that has a disc outline and a few of the standard logos (on their own layers) already on the template, and simply show the layers I need. The hard part is coming up with a decent graphic representation of the movie. Again, doing an image search on google can provide a plethora of choices (I have a crap-load of images for when I backup the BSG season DVDs).