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Digital Background and Overlays for Creatives. **This is a digital downloadable product only. No physical product will be shipped to you**

Oil Paint Effects

  • Oil Paint effects offer a versatile array of transformative elements designed to enhance your digital designs by infusing them with the distinctive textures of traditional oil paintings. These effects can be seamlessly integrated as backgrounds or applied as blending overlays, allowing you to elevate the visual appeal of your creative projects.


    Unleash your artistic freedom by customizing the color files, with the added option to convert them to black and white for a captivating overlay effect with your original image. There are endless possibilities as you could select and extract preferred details and effects from the files, and then incorporate them into your artwork wherever desired.


    With Oil Paint effects, your digital creations undergo a metamorphosis, evolving into captivating painterly artworks.


    Here are step-by-step points on how to use a texture as an overlay in the blending menu of Photoshop:


    • Open Your Image:

      • Begin by opening the image you want to work on in Photoshop.
    • Import Texture:

      • Import the texture you want to use as an overlay. This can be done by dragging and dropping the texture file into your Photoshop workspace.
    • Place Texture Layer:

      • Ensure that the texture layer is on top of your image layer. You can reorder layers by dragging them in the Layers panel.
    • Adjust Size and Position:

      • Resize and position the texture layer as needed. Use the Transform tool (Ctrl+T or Command+T) to adjust size and position.
    • Change Blend Mode:

      • Select the texture layer and go to the Blending Mode dropdown in the Layers panel. Experiment with different blend modes such as Overlay, Soft Light, or Multiply to achieve the desired effect.
    • Opacity Adjustment:

      • Fine-tune the overlay effect by adjusting the opacity of the texture layer. Lowering the opacity can create a more subtle blend.
    • Layer Masks for Precision:

      • If you want to apply the texture selectively, add a layer mask to the texture layer. Use a black brush on the mask to hide parts of the texture where you don't want it to show.
    • Experiment with Adjustment Layers:

      • Add adjustment layers like Hue/Saturation or Levels to further refine the appearance of the texture overlay. This allows for color and tonal adjustments.
    • Save Your Work:

      • Once satisfied with the overlay effect, save your work. Consider saving different versions to compare and choose the best result.
    • Export the Final Image:

      • When you're ready to share or use the image, export it in the desired format. Keep the original layers intact in case you need to make further adjustments later.


    These steps should guide you through the process of using a texture as an overlay in the blending menu of Photoshop, giving your image an enhanced and customized appearance.

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