Works with: Photoshop, Elements, Painter, Illustrator, Affinity Photo, Pages, Microsoft Word etc
Format: TTF, EPS
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits
Halftone dot shapes font gallery (#133) 100 Halftone shapes for use with many different applications, 99% of applications support the TTF truetype fonts as well as the equivalent supplied EPS artworks. The set includes weird abstract artworks, radial halftone shapes, intense vector designs, circular designs and more.
Supplied in TTF truetype format and EPS format for use in PSP, Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, Photoshop, CorelDRAW, Affinity Photo, Inkscape, GIMP, Elements and much more. They can be combined, effects applied, distorted, blended with other paths, re-colored, modified, used as textures, brush stroke sources, patterns, warped, re-colored, filled, exported and much more.
PC and MAC OS X. The EPS files can be loaded via the open command of many different applications such as Photoshop, Elements, Pages etc.
The halftone dot shapes are for commercial (CU4CU) use. Use to create items for sale. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Royalty free, no credit is required, world wide use, no time limits imposed.
Halftone dot shapes gallery (#134) 100 Graphic designs including graduated screens, radial artworks, thin lines and many more - wonderful screen effects for all your work.
The halftone dot font shapes are in TTF for use on the PC and MAC. On the PC, drag the TTF file to the control panel on the PC (this can be found via the search feature in Windows 10 as well as 8.1 and 8 etc) or via the start menu in earlier versions of Windows. Once loaded into the control panel, the set is then available for use in a variety of apps such as PSP, Word, Photoshop etc. On the PC, You can also right click the TTF and select the open or open with (depends on the file assocations as these may have changed and the TTF may be connected to Photoshop or something else - I have seen that happen too many times with my Windows OS) and you should be able to see the viewer app. You can then click the install option or print (have to say, a fairly limited command set). You will have to enter your admin account details.
On the MAC, double click the TTF file or right click the file and select the open command or open with and that should be the fontbook application. You will then see the FB app (found in the applications folder of MAC OS X) and click the install button. The set is then added to the user (if that is the preference set in the preferences section) or you can add it to the computer section which will require the admin account details. If you have set the correct preference for user (or computer, if admin enabled) then you can also select TTF files from a folder and drag them into the FB app and they will be instantly validated. You can drag one or multiple files which makes it fairly quick if you have a load of packs to load all at once. Of course, you can also then go into the app and disable or remove them as required (personally, the disable option is better as it means you don't have to re-load them at some future date).
There are also a number of excellent apps out there that can be used to control and manipulate all the TTF etc files.
You may find the dot fonts of interest and use, you can use them in PS and PS Elements and PSP and 3D apps and many more
The set also includes the files in EPS as well as TTF. The one thing about the EPS, you don't need to load them from a particular folder. It is probably best to add the EPS files to a user account folder (unless you want to access them in a multi user environment or from a network). Perhaps the documents folder ? or as in my case, a Projects folder. You can then load them into Photoshop, PSP etc via the open and / or place command. You can also add them into the CC library and that will make it a lot easier to access the set at any point instead of having to search for the file set
There are many different tutorials available on the web, you can find all our video tutorials via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube.com as well as via tipdesk.com (there is also a small selection on vimeo.com). You can find out how to load the eps files, how to change the spots, how to edit them, how to warp the artworks, how to use them with different blending modes such as darken and difference and lighten etc, how to use them in Painter 2016, how to use them as a great source for amazing brush strokes as well as awesome pattern tiles and much more. Any questions, please let us know
You can add the type artworks via the keyboard by using the type tool, add the characters by typing A B C etc on the keyboard - you are supplied with a PDF document that gives a complete display of all the characters included and which keyboard characters they relate to. Of course, it is even easier if all the artworks are displayed in front of you and that is where the glyph panel comes in as you can quickly see all the artworks and scroll back and forth as well as re-size the vectors via the glyph panel. To display the glyph panel, go to the type panel and then panels and glyphs. Use by selecting the type tool and adding a text selection to the document and then set the color as well as typeface and size and then double click the glyph cell. You can repeat this as many times as you wish (it is a pity there is no feature to add 1000s of characters in one go by the side menu)