Here is a set of 10 pixel patterns for Photoshop. A few will give a normal looking transparency over an image, the majority are something a bit different – but all work well as transparencies for images.
With transparency seriously trending in web design right now, I thought I would put together a set of patterns for different strengths of transparency to place over images. They are all on transparent backgrounds, so you can either use the Fill Tool to place the pattern directly on the image layer, or create a new layer and fill it will the pattern – that way you can adjust the opacity and even overlay with a color if you don’t want black.
Here are what some of them look like over an image – however, please remember that these images have been reduced in size. The top center segment shows the original image with no transparency.
You can download the .zip file here
I have created this free pattern for Photoshop that will apply a jigsaw puzzle effect over any image. It is easily re-sizeable.
To use the pattern:
Click on the image to download the .pat file
Patterns are great for producing large background areas where perhaps a .jpg background or texture is not large enough.
Today I am showcasing a collection of beautiful floral patterns packs – which are, quite surprisingly, not in abundance in terms of availability – floral everything can usually be found in great numbers… but not pattern packs!
This unfinished textile design created by William Morris in 1873 is still as inspirational today as when it was first drawn. I have spent many hours, much use of the Clone Stamp and copying and pasting to get this pattern to repeat seamlessly. The lines that are visible on it are on the original image and not due to my bad joining!
It is a fantastic design and I thought it deserved to be singled out to convert into a Photoshop pattern file. I hope you enjoy using it!
NOTE: You may use this pattern however, wherever and whenever you wish, but if you display it on another site please link back to this site – thank you.