The latest resource for Access All Areas members to enjoy is a best selling item from Simon Birky Hartmann’s The Shop. This pack of Photocopy noise textures includes six high res scans from an old laser copier with a faulty drum and toner combo, resulting in some fantastic dust and noise patterns which are perfect for distressing your digital designs.
Access All Areas members can get their hands on some fantastic new resources this week. 5 editable flyer templates have been kindly donated by FlyerHeroes especially for members. Each flyer is composed in an easy to use layered PSD file perfectly set up for print in CMYK 300dpi format, allowing you to easily edit the text and customise the design for your own projects.
Access All Areas Members are being treated to a cool set of premium vector graphics today. This set of cave painting graphics from DesignSomething includes 18 illustrations of various neolithic objects and scenes of hunting & gathering. The graphics are available in both AI and EPS file types, making them perfectly compatible with Illustrator, Photoshop and other EPS supporting applications.
Access All Areas members have already been treated to a wide variety of premium textures, particularly from Matt Borchert who previously donated a fantastic set of vintage etchings textures for members to enjoy. Matt has been busy putting together another pack of awesome resources, this time a sampler of all the premium textures he has on offer in his Creative Market store. It comprises of 22 textures of various types and a handy Photoshop Action to automatically give the textures a transparent background for easy use in your designs.
Today Access All Areas members are being treated to something completely different from DesignerCandies. This pack of 3D letters are modelled to look like metallic foil balloons, making them perfect for creating designs for all special occasions! It includes a full set of A-Z and 0-9 characters, as well as a range of commonly used symbols. These files are compatible with the 3D tools in Photoshop CS6, which means you can rotate and adjust the letters to suit your own design.
Access All Areas members are being treated to more fantastic design resources from RetroSupply this week. Members can download this collection of photographs inspired by American industrial design of the 1940s. Use them to show off your latest vintage style designs by creating mock ups with business cards, notepads and antique products, or simply use the photos as decorative backgrounds to complement your retro and vintage style artwork.