Diamond patterns for Photoshop, PSP, Elements, GIMP ...

diamond patterns for Photoshop and psp

The diamond patterns are for Photoshop, psp, Indesign, GIMP, Corel Photo-paint etc.

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The diamond patterns can be used on the pc and mac. The diamond patterns are all seamless tiles for any size of work.

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They can be used in commercial and personal work. They are all royalty free. All are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle.


The diamond patterns are supplied in PAT (Photoshop patterns format) along with the same artworks in PNG format for use in most applications.


The diamond patterns can be re-colored using adjustment layers. You can also combine the diamond patterns by using blending modes and opacity to create many unique artworks. You can apply effects to the artworks. You can use them with masks. You can export the artwork for use to other applications. You can use them as backgrounds.


You receive the tiles in the specified format along with notes and also a gallery of all the artworks included as well as a serial number.

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1. diamond brushes

Loading diamond patterns via edit menu

  1. Go to the edit menu in Photoshop

  2. Fill command

  3. Select the option for patterns contents as 'patterns'

  4. Select script or just go with the default for the patterns (regular)

  5. Display the custom patterns picker

  6. Assuming that the diamonds are not displayed already, go to the right side menu

  7. Load and replace commands

  8. Select the load or replace and browse for the diamond patterns PAT file

  9. Select diamonds patterns PAT file

  10. OK

  11. Select the diamond pattern required (there are many included in each set for use in Photoshop etc)

  12. Select the blending mode to be used by the diamond patterns

  13. Select the opacity to be used by the diamond patterns

  14. Press OK

  15. The diamond patterns will fill the current document or the current selection if there is one

The diamond patterns can then be faded using the fade command

  1. Edit menu

  2. Select the fade fill command

  3. Select the opacity for the diamond patterns

  4. Select the blending mode to use for the diamonds

  5. Click OK to apply the fade


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The graphicxtras.com graphic design products are priced in US dollars but they can also be bought in Euros, Yen, UK pounds, etc though please note that there may be additional taxes applicable which will be handled in the secure shareit.com checkout. If you have any questions or queries about the products, please let us know and I will try and help by e-mail or via youtube etc. You can also add additional products as well as download protection and also purchase a physical CD via the shareit.com. The brushes and patterns etc work in a variety of applications and there are many freebie / samplers available to test them on your system before any purchase but again, if you have any concerns that the brushes etc will work with your favourite application, please let us know. The quickest way is probably to leave a message on our facebook page. The designs can be used as brushes and patterns and shapes etc but they can also be used just as images or layers as well as displacement maps or overlays or masks etc so even if the product is listed as a brush or shape, you can often also use the artwork as a layer and use the layer multiple times in the same project to create all kinds of unique and wonderful designs. The products on this site are copyright of Andrew Buckle but any products and artworks you create with these items are your copyright.