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Artist: Andrew Buckle

Works with: Photoshop, Elements, Pages, Illustrator, GIMP, Affinity Photo etc

Format: PNG

License: Extended Commercial, royalty free

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Weave patterns for Photoshop gallery (#117) 70 Weave patterns / Seamless tiles for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS4 CS5 CS6 CS3 2014 CS2 Elements CS1 as well as the standalone versions of PS, PSP Painter GIMP Affinity Photo etc. Set includes many more in a variety of different styles including metal weave patterns themed, black and white, blue artworks, subtle tiles and many more.

 

PC and MAC OS X (all versions). Mixed sizes of work, all super high-quality. They are all accessible via the open command in many different applications and can be used as fill content or as layers and others in many graphic applications. They can be combined in millions of ways to create super unique graphics for all your projects. They were created via a powerful filter tool called Filter Forge.

 

Commercial use CU4CU and all are designs by Andrew Buckle (graphicxtras.com).

 

PNG format - on purchase you receive the weave patterns and gallery and documentation and serial and PS actions

thin color tile weave patterns for Photoshop and elements

Weave patterns for Photoshop and Elements

How to use them as layers

If you open the PNG images via the place command in Adobe ® Photoshop ® you can use them as basic layers and these can be merged and blended in 1000s of ways using the powerful blending modes (lighter color, saturation, hue, color, lighten, darken, difference, overlay, multiply, exclusion etc) in Adobe ® Photoshop ® and PS Elements. They can also be used as layers in Adobe ® Photoshop ® via the layer menu fill layer command and these also can be combined in millions of different ways

 

How to use them as a style

You can also use them via the layer style menu and the powerful overlay feature. You can also use them with the stroke section in the layer style dialog along with bevels / textures. With the latest release of the CC 2015, you can now add additional shaodws and glows and gradients but sadly there is still only one tile overlay (hopefully that will be changed at some point). The Photoshop Styles / stone / metal / plastic / flat / rough (as well as other types of) tiles can also then be saved as permanent styles ASL format for future work

 

How to open them

They can be opened via the open menu command and file place command, they are in PNG format (their default form). You can also run an action via the batch command to run through all the PNG files included in the set and save them to a presets panel and then you can save them to a PAT format file (you might prefer to split the PNG files into a couple of folders and create a few PAT files as the PAT files can be heavy on resources and loading a large file may take a lot of time Once you have opened them, you can also just copy them over into the creative cloud library and then you can access the set simply by selecting them from that panel instead of opening or placing them. Once you have the PAT file, you can load them via the file open command in some versions but the quickest way is probably to double click the PAT file and all the resources in the set are then loaded into the panel. You can also right click the set and then select the open command to load the items. You can also place the PAT file into the presets folder beneath PS and then use them via name. You can also use the same menu command in the panel (right side) to load / replace the PAT files from any location in PS. You can do much the same in the edit menu preset manager

 

Video tutorial - how can I find out more

As quick masks etc [Youtube] video : You can use them with quick masks to quickly create a selection which can then in turn be used as a layer (via the copy and paste) and a layer style can be applied; flatten the layer and then invert the selection and you can then copy and paste the inverted layer and use that with layer styles to create some truly weird and wonderful combinations. You can flatten them and use as a texture and much more. You can use different layer style settings or styles via the styles panel. [Youtube] Preview video - the preview doesn't show the artworks in use but it does show all the individual seamless tiles in the set. The tiles can be applied with any size of document. They can be re-colored and modified in many ways (without destroying the seams of the tiles) to create even more amazing works [Youtube] Layer comps and convert to linked in Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC (2014) New feature in the latest version means you can create a set of the tiles and save them all to a PSB file and can select them via the layer comps. Great for a central database of artworks

 

How to use them with layer comps

The layer comps is a wonderful feature of the app. You can use them with properties such as position and opacity and style (the key one to be used with these resources). You can create a layer and then capture the current settings of the position and style etc including bevel / texture / overlay. You can then move the layer or change the properties such as the overlay or bevel / texture and then again you can save the layer comp details via the panel. You can then, at any point, demo an entire range of different overlays etc to clients. The results of the layer comps can also be used as an interesting way to create quick key frames in PS video timelines which surprisingly use the same properties

 

They work in

CC CC (2015 2014) CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6

16 - 6 standalone

PS Elements 14, 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1

Illustrator

PaintShop Pro X8 X7 - PSP 8

Painter

GIMP

Affinity Photo

Affinity Designer

Xara

Microsoft Word

MS Office

Office 365

3D applications etc