100 Heart patterns for Photoshop CC CS5 CS6 2014 13 12 11 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 Elements, PSP, GIMP, Pages, Creative Cloud etc. 300 DPI includes calligraphic presets, sketch, colorful tiles, curled, embellished and many more.
Combine, distort, use visual effects, blend, blur, export to other applications and much more. Stunning artwork for all your creative projects
The Photoshop heart patterns are in PAT and PNG format. On purchase, receive the seamless tiles as well as documentation and gallery and serial and PS actions.
Commercial use, all royalty free, all are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Use to create logos, books, adverts, web pages, backgrounds, overlays, textiles, fashions, posters and much more
100 Calligraphic seamless tiles including hand drawn, doodles and more for use in Adobe PS, Elements, PSP, Pages, Photo-paint, 3D apps, textures and much more.
Commercial use, all royalty free, all can be used with no time limits, no credit is required, world wide use. You can use them to create cards, books, videos, illustrations, documentation, galleries, web pages, video effects, hats, textiles, leaflets, cards, scrap booking items, buttons and much more on the PC and MAC
PAT + PNG - on purchase of the set, you receive those file formats along with documentation and gallery and serial and PS actions
100 Colorful valentine seamless tiles including rounded items, circular items and many more for Adobe PS and PS Elements, PSP, Pages, Photo-paint, GIMP, Illustrator, Inkscape and many others
Commercial use, all royalty free.
PAT and PNG format - you can re-color the items, you can scale, distort them, use them with effects, use them with layer effects, use them as smart objects, use them on video timelines, export them to other apps such as Illustrator and image trace them and more.
100 Wonderful valentine day pattern tiles including elaborate tiles, calligraphic, scratched, outlines, extruded, shadows and more for Adobe PS CC CS6 CS5 CS4 etc Elements, PSP, GIMP, Pages, Photo-paint and many others
Commercial use, all royalty free, no credit is required, world wide use. Use the items to create logos, books, adverts, videos, packaging. hats, textiles, fabrics, illustrations, cards, wrapping paper and much more
PAT + PNG - on purchase, you receive the PAT and PNG files along with documentation and gallery and serial and PS actions.
PC & MAC.
120 Romantic tiles for PS CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and PS Elements only (as well as standalone Adobe PS) and includes red romantic tiles, curved, shadow items, gels, grey items, calligraphic, outline, small and big items, pink, purple tiles and many more.
PAT format only.
PC & MAC. Commercial. Super colorful seamless tiles, all royalty free. You can use them to create logos, adverts, videos, backgrounds, cards, wrapping paper and much more.
You can use them in thousands of ways.
You can use them in commercial as well as personal use projects. You can use them to create items that can in turn be used to create items for sale (CU4CU). You can use the to create cards, mugs, posters, books, tiles, lovely ceramics, skateboards, videos, logos, adverts, backgrounds, packaging and much more.
If you have any questions about their use, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
With the October 2014 release of the creative cloud, you can now use the powerful libraries feature with the romantic items. Create a new fill content layer with the tiles and then drag that to the Creative cloud library. It is stored in the current selected library. You can then use that to drag the same layer to the document at any point in the future with the same scaling etc. You can also use the work in Illustrator / on different machines / on different OS.
You can also copy the source image for the tile to the library and use that in future projects. You can also save styles made up of those overlays as well.
You can also combine paths with the flame tool with the latest Creative cloud release, great for all kinds of blazing imagery. The October 2014 release also has a new assets feature and you can quickly save the imagery from PS to a selection of PNG / etc files. All super useful for all kinds of projects.
You can use them purely as layers, as fill content layers, via the scripted fills, fills, custom shapes properties, stamp brush; layer styles such overlay, bevel textures, strokes etc.
You can also use the PNG images as a source for brushes, displacement maps and more.
Each of the tools mentioned here also have many different options so they can be applied as is but they can also be modified in 1000s of different ways to create many different and unique graphics.
The new scripted feature can add them as random fills, along paths, in spirals, brick fills, symmetry (probably the best feature) cross weaves and more and even those different options include many different settings such as scaling and rotation and color and brightness settings as well as density (which is probably the least accurate of the features but the preview does give a rough idea of the end result - just make sure it is not used with very large tiles and the preview then seems to rarely match)
The set can be opened in a variety of ways. The PATs are opened via the palette in PS. The PNG images are opened via the open command in PS or via the place command (so they can be used as layers). The PNG images can be located anywhere and can be accessed in OS from any location; though the PAT are best used via the presets folder.
You can also double click the PAT tiles as well as right click the PAT and select the open command but this does depend on the file associations so you don't want to have Microsoft Word open instead. You can always reset this association to correct it
You can also apply wonderful styles to the fill layers, simply select the layer and then go to the smart objects option (layers) and convert and then go to the styles palette (window menu) and apply glows etc
You can find all our videos via our graphicxtras channel on Youtube (see the link at the top of the page for all our tutorials) You can see how to install the PAT, how to load the PNG images, how to convert them to other formats, use them as other resources, use them via the fill command, how to use the stamp brush tool and more. Any questions, please contact us via email@example.com 1) Re-coloring the tiles (Youtube) video tutorial
The PAT cannot be used in PaintShop Pro (not yet anyway) but you can use the PNG images. Place the PNG images into the path of PSP and then access the presets via the materials palette / properties. You can use the tiles with shapes etc. You can also place the PNG images into the textures etc folders. You can find the locations of the folders via the file preferences and file locations in PSP
You can use them via the edit menu fill command, they are especially good with the latest version (creative cloud) and the scripted tools as you can apply them via the random fill, along a curve / path etc.
You can also use them in the layer menu new fill content layer command.
You can use the PATs with the stamp tool found in the PS toolbox (you can also use them with the other brush tools if you go to the brushes palette and set the texture for the tool - that uses the overlay).
You can use them via the layer menu layer styles and overlay and textures and stroke settings. You can now also use them with the custom shapes tool and the fill / stroke properties.
You can use the presets as is but you can also create millions of more images by using multiple layers. Many of the PNG images include transparency so to create a new work, simply use the move / shift tool to align the selected layer to a different position (or use the scale feature).
Some of the tiles (without transparency) require the use of blending modes such as darken or difference to see the lower layers.
Once you have finished, you can flatten the image and use them to create new work or just use it as a new image (depending on the seams of the tile or if you wish to create abstract art etc). You can also combine the multiple items with smart filters to create even more amazing unique graphics