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WhiteWalls — 25 Plaster Brushes

WhiteWalls is a Photoshop Brush & Graphic Texture pack created from photographs of the sides of white plaster buildings that I discovered in Marfa, Texas.

The pack comes with high & low contrast versions of all 25 textures, resulting in the following assets that are included in this product: 2 versions of .ABR Photoshop brush packs (containing 25 brushes each made in Adobe CC), 2 packs of regular (light) black & white JPEGs (50 total), and 2 packs of inverted (dark) black & white JPEGs (50 total). The JPEGs all come as 300 DPI and around a 1900 px by 1300 px size.

As displayed in the example screenshots, these textures are very easy to layer on top of photos, artwork, typography and more. With the brushes, you can change colors to create rich layers of textured hues or classic whites — making it simple to create a stunning weathered look.

With the JPEGs, you can drop in low or high contrast textures, tweak the opacity, and change the layer effects to achieve a tactile look that you'll love in your projects. With the inverted black versions, you can mask the rich, dark textures with the outline of type or hand-lettering for an instant, sophisticated result.

With the reverse black jpegs, you can drop them into your Photoshop project, and set the layer effect to Screen to produce a white-only speckling effect. It's very easy!

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