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Vinta-Tone Printing Press Action
by Thunder Pixels Co.

$18.00

Vinta-Tone Printing Press Action
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After a few weeks of testing and testing, we obtained a wonderful action for photoshop, Vinta-Tone is a small printing machine of halftones, of course, this is just a visual effect that will bring many memories. In the 30s, 40s and 50s years, the images in newspapers, magazines, books, catalogs and a large number of publications were printed in the famous halftone of a single tone, usually black, but also often use colors like red, blue, green or yellow.

This action includes :

  • 3 Vinta-Tone Actions in low frequency halftones in black, red and blue.
  • 3 Vinta-Tone Actions in median frequency halftones in black, red and blue.
  • 3 Vinta-Tone Actions in high frequency halftones in black, red and blue.
  • 5 Offset Dry Ink textures @600dpi
  • 5 Vintage paper textures @72dpi
  • Instructions in .rtf, soon video-tutorial.

    Note: Check the Before/After in live preview button.

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Features:

  • All halftones are generated as a fully transparent layer.
  • The color of each halftone can be edited using the Color Overlay option in Blending Options layer.
  • All halftones are generated at a resolution of 150 dpi in a Smart Object.
  • Halftones not generate background color ( as shown in previews ) , you must manually create the
    backgrounds of the images.
  • The frequency varies as follows :
    1. Halftones low frequency generate little detailed images.
    2. Halftones Mid often generate very detailed images.
    3. Halftones high frequency generate highly detailed images.

Note: The effects of offset ink previews are not generated by these actions, if you want this effect, can review the action Offset Printing Vintage Effects in: http://crtv.mk/sVUw

Tips and tricks :

  • Do not use images completely black ( as in the case of logos, illustrations or text ), we recommend to change the color to a gray tone, a slight variation is usually enough to generate a halftone.

Enjoy! Any question via idiaz@gunzkingzart.com

 

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