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Industrial Patterns

By Clint Graham October 09, 2003
10,829 Downloads

Rating = 56 votes


Industrial Patterns

These PATTERNS I've created are similar to the ones used in 'JUSTIN PALMER's' INTERFACE STYLES he uploaded on AUG. 4 -2003 In fact - this was inspired by his work (Hat's off my friend.) The only reason I made these - is to replace his patterns used in the style - as his didn't tile quite right - which was the only downside. I hope he takes no offence - and if you like his style as much as I do - perhaps you might want to replace with these. There are a few more variations as well - transparent, reverse & Solid. Please Enjoy.

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Copy to //photoshop/presets/patterns Load from Patterns Pallette menu.

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License: Freeware
Language: English
Cost: Free
Platform: Win | Mac
File format: PAT | 4.1 KB

Additional extension information

Author: Clint Graham
Author website: Not available
Date published: October 09, 2003
Approval: None
Compatible product(s): Photoshop Any

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RogueArtDezines 25-Jun-08 Rating = 4

Kudos, many thanks for your efforts!

Peter Heaton 03-Nov-07 Rating = 5

Excellent! Just what I was looking for!

Tiffany Widman 31-Oct-05 Rating = 0

I think these are great! And it's nice to see people behaving like adults for a change...kudos to you both! What do they say..."imitation is the sincerest form of flattery," something like that. I'll make use of this, thanks both of you!

Snapper McGauhey 22-Nov-03 Rating = 0

Clint, please know that your efforts were a very good and inspired improvement over the original. No one has to take his time to create anything. I know I speak for others when I give thanks to you for taking your personal time to take a good offering and make it better. I applaud you. Best Wishes and Thanks for Sharing! Kids >>>

Todd Grossman 15-Oct-03 Rating = 0

Kudos for giving credit where it is due. I don't see you "stealing" someone's work; rather, improving on a small flaw in the original. Does the previous poster even own PS? I've never seen anything positive form him.

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