Halftone 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here are 30 seamless patterns of various halftone dots. I left some of them black and white, some of them faintly colored, and some of them brightly retro colored. All patterns are 256 pixels by 256 pixels. Included in the download is a .pat file which will work for Adobe Photoshop CS5 and a .png of each halftone pattern that will work in Gimp. Let me know if they become useful!

Halftone 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

looks great

looks great

Kristen's picture

This are some awesome

This are some awesome patterns. I'm glad I found this website! Great Job!

Bill's picture

Very appreciated, Kristen!

Very appreciated, Kristen!

Chauvineitor's picture

¡Hi! Me gustaron los cosos

¡Hi! Me gustaron los cosos pero abrí los png en el G.I.M.P. (grosso el pequeño G.I.M.P. amigo, I'm G.I.M.P. friendly) y los tuve que salvar con la extensión .pat (si estaban así en el .rar ni me di cuenta, ni lo abrí)

Bueno, hice algunas pruebas y creo que funcaron bien, eh.


manz36's picture

wow really awesome what u

wow really awesome what u have thanks a lot

Mirian Sanches's picture

This is absolutely

This is absolutely incredible! I really appreciate all you have done to put all this together.Thank you so very much! Keep it up the awsome job!

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Anonymous's picture

Excellent patterns. Thank you

Excellent patterns. Thank you

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