Wednesday, September 23, 2015

CoffeeShop "Large Chevron" Digital Paper Kit (Includes customizable paper!)


It is my birthday week and the family and I just got back from a trip to Las Vegas! I will blog about it later this week. I love going away but I am always so happy to return home.

As I mentioned earlier, I have several layered graphic digital paper files that I can customize for my paper sets. I wanted to start sharing them all with you. Today I have a new set of chevron digital paper that includes an adjustable layered .psd file where you can customize the colors and make your own paper sets for commercial or personal use.

I also have another set of beautiful fall-inspired chevon papers here.



I love using Design Seeds or my own Color Bar Deluxe action to pick colors for my papers. When you open the Photoshop .psd file you will see six layers. You can change each color by clicking on the Color Fill adjustment layer and using the eyedropper tool.



You can also add textures to customize the papers. In this example I used two papers from Flypaper Textures, one cracked paint texture in screen blending mode and one painterly texture in hard light blending mode. Until the end of  September you can get $5 off the new Fine Cracks Texture Pack by using the coupon code Cracking during checkout.

Download the CoffeeShop "Large Chevron" Paper Pack! You can also download it here.

Do you want to download my favorite CoffeeShop PSE/Photoshop Actions and Lightroom Presets or Design Elements in one convenient zipped file AND help support this blog? Just click here for my action pack or here for a download of some of my most popular design elements, storyboards, and textures.
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4 comments:

  1. Yay! I love that I can customize the colors easily - thank you!

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  2. Thanks Rita. I seem to be having an issue though. I opened it up to play around with it a bit and when I use the eyedropper tool to choose any colour, all I'm getting are shades of grey even if my colour choice is bright red or blue. When I switch to my own work, and use the eyedropper tool there is no problem--I get the full range of colour. Do you have any idea what the issue is? Any help when you get back on track after your birthday bash week would be appreciated. I hope you guys had fun in Las Vegas.

    Lisa D.

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    1. Hi Lisa! I wish I knew what is going on. I opened the file in PSE 12 and Photoshop CC and tested it without any issues. It is RGB, 8 bit. Maybe you should reset your Photoshop preferences? Let me know if it continues to have issues. I am curious if anyone else is having problems with the colors.

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