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Dirty Ink | Ink Wash Textures

Build beautiful custom textures in Photoshop and Illustrator with 100% control. Includes high-resolution bitmap TIFFs and stacked PSD.

  • Bitmap TIFFs allow you to add textures in Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Stackable textures let you build unique "texture sandwiches" around your work.
  • Packed with 50 unique gritty ink textures in TIFF and PSD format.
  • Average size of 4600px by 6000px for projects big and small.
  • Includes a nifty tip sheet to get you started using your new pack fast.

If you've been following me for a while you know I'm a geek for textures.

Especially when they're super flexible.

Say hello to the Dirty Ink Bitmap and PSD Collection.

Dirty Ink is a collection of 50 ink, grit, paint, and grime textures for adding hundreds of different effects to your work.

From adding rusted out textures to a magazine spread to subtle painterly strokes to an illustration.

But what makes this REALLY cool is that you can stack your effects!

Check out the preview images to see how they can be stacked and customized!

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