A group of 12 high resolution transparent torn paper rips with real looking shadows and an choice to alter color or add textual content or picture, all in 1 PSD file. All optically captured utilizing Canon 5D Mark II digital camera, then retouched and isolated. Shadows are in separate layers. You possibly can change the color and publicity of objects, regulate their shadows or change sizes.
Use them to create lovely real looking transitions and results in your decorations, shows, artwork tasks, scrapbooking, paper craft and many others.
How to change color?
- Unzip and open the 12 Isolated Paper Rips.psd file in Photoshop
- The default color is white. Go to one of the layer groups (numbers 1 to 12) and double click on CHANGE COLOR layer’s icon to open the Color Picker (Solid color) window.
Pick any color you want and press OK.
And that’s it.
How to change the picture?
Go to one of the layer groups (numbers 1 to 12), turn off CHANGE COLOR layer and turn on CHANGE PICTURE layer.
- You will see the default text saying Your Design Goes Here. Double click on the CHANGE DESIGN smart object layer’s icons to open the smart object in another file. Copy and paste your own design, position it in the middle, delete Your design Goes Here layer or turn it off. Save the smart object file and you’re done.
- You might need to change the size of your design, make it smaller or bigger or change the position. Just go back to the smart object layer and adjust it..
- DARKER PAPER layer in each of the layer groups has the opacity set to 35%. Increase the value if you use the paper on a darker background and vice versa, decrease the opacity on the lighter background to make it look more realistic.
The File Size: 76.6 Mo
You can download this project from Mega.nz
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