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Time Machine Texture Automator

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Instantly apply 40 different vintage textures to your designs, logos, typography, and illustrations.

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How to use Time Machine:

PHOTOSHOP

1) Time Machine Automator: (Demonstrated in video) Paste your Pixel or Vector design to the designated Smart Object layer. Choose any combination of 40 textures, then you are done!

2) Photoshop Brushes: Just double-click on the .abr file and these brushes will load into your Photoshop Brushes Palette. Select a brush, and click to paint in your texture!

3) Layered Tiff: Textures with a transparent background. Perfect for power users who want to dig in and fine-tune the textures.

ILLUSTRATOR

4) Bitmap Tiff: Place these textures right into your Illustrator files. You can color these pixel-based images as if they were vector textures! Or you can get fancy and use the "opacity mask" method to knock transparency right through your vector design! (Demonstrated in video #2 on this page)

Opacity mask texture in Adobe Illustrator This collection of 40 Textures includes a variety the following styles:


• Analog Halftones (imperfect halftones from vintage magazines)
• Bad Photocopy
• Vintage Book Cover
• Fabric Textures
• Garage Textures
• Grit
• Plastisol (cracked t-shirt ink)
• Time Machine (vintage texture)

Each of these 40 Textures comes in the following formats:

  • Time Machine Automator PSD template (4000 x 4000 pixels - the easiest and fastest way to add texture in Photoshop)
  • Medium Resolution Photoshop Brushes (1500 x 1000 pixels - for the oldest versions of Photoshop)
  • High-Resolution Photoshop Brushes (2500 x 1667 pixels)
  • 4K Photoshop Brushes (4000 x 4000 pixels - for Photoshop CC users)
  • Layered TIFF Textures (4000 x 4000 pixels - black textures on a transparent background)
  • JPEG Textures (3000 x 2000 pixels - a "softer" version of the textures with lots of light to dark greyscale values)
  • Bitmap TIFF Textures (12000 x 12000 pixels - these files are the ones you use in Illustrator) 




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