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Photocopy noise texture pack

These six textures have been lovingly crafted with an old laser copier with an increasingly faulty drum and toner combo, and a flat-bed scanner.

Each textures are scans of individual prints of a black document. They each have subtle variations in the dust and noise patterns, making them unique. The last texture of the set was the last print the drum and toner agreed to generate before giving up.

Each images are around 4750x6300 pixels @ 600 ppi.

Noise and dust textures are perfect to add a subtle depth to your designs. Using them is very simple: just switch your layer's blending mode to "Screen," and play with the opacity slider.

Now updated with transparent PNGs (ideal to quickly add in a design, and to color them using a color overlay), and bitmap TIFFs (perfect to use in Illustrator for great, detailed texture effects without hogging down your system resources). Simply download the set again if you've already purchased it. If you are curious about these additions, have a look at the new preview images.

  • Six (6) raster textures of toner noise and dust
  • Roughly 4750x6300 pixels @ 600 ppi
  • Bonus: negative versions
  • Bonus: transparent PNG versions
  • Bonus: bitmap TIFF format for lllustrator

Learn a few of the ways to use these textures by following these tutorials I wrote:

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