Papers Pack

Note - Buyers having issues like this - Has none of the texture that it shows on the sample; flat color, with no dots/specks as shown in Paper add. Disappointed. Or you added noise,

Actually these images are too big (3000x3000pix) you need to do this -
Please try this -
Open any JPG file in Photoshop
Then in manu bar go to View
Click on actual Pixels
Or there is zoom tool in tools palette, double click on it, it will show you the actual size of image.

Papers is the collection of 12 (Tileable) paper patterns ready to use in your web or graphic design projects.

Item - Papers Pack
Pixel Dimensions - 3000X3000, 72 dpi
What's Included - 12 different paper Tileable patterns (jpg) included in the pack
Easily Customize - Easily switch between colors by adjusting hue/saturation adjustment layer

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  1. YD-LABS
    • Shop Owner

    Hi kyleoliveiro,

    Yes these patterns are seamless & ready to use on a website or anything creative.. :) In this pack you will get 12 jpg files with pixel dimension 3000 x 3000, 72 dpi. You can easily crop these images according to your design requirements.. :)

  2. Terry Fan

    These are really nice, but 72 dpi isn't nearly high enough resolution. Designers usually need 300 dpi minimum, preferably 600 dpi. Anyway, you should consider scanning at these resolutions because it would expand your customer base!

  3. YD-LABS
    • Shop Owner

    Hello Terry,
    Thanks for your info, btw I created these in photoshop, these are not scans.

  4. Beth Rufener
    • Staff

    Very nice pack. I love the texture, and love that they are tileable. And I agree with @Terry Fan. Designers do prefer at least 300 dpi! But 72 is good for web. Great product.

  5. Kyle T Webster

    Any chance for larger tiles in the future? I'd love to use these for my illustration work, but the repeating tile is apparent and visible on my high-res files ( working at 8x10, 300 dpi, usually ). Still, very nice for web and app design. Cheers.

  6. david king

    These are very nice. It *would* be very nice if the 300DPI dimension (now 10") could be at least large enough to do a full bleed on an 8.5X11 or, even better, a 9x12—common print formats (300DPI @ 13"—3,900px

  7. Adam Rubinstein
    • Purchased

    These are LOVELY. I do agree with @david king, though; these would be MUCH more useful at 300dpi. I just don't like tiling for print projects. Makes me nervous.


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