Glowing Tiles 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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I was playing around with some light rendering tools and ended up with 10 seamless patterns for a new free pattern set. They are tile-able and look like glowing background tiles to me so that's what I called this pattern set! Each pattern is 128 pixels be 128 pixels and was actually halved in size for the preview image. The download contains a .pat file that is compatible with Adobe Photoshop 7 or any newer CS version. Since the .pat file is only compatible with Photoshop, a .png of each pattern image is included for use in Gimp or Paint Shop Pro or anything else. Maybe you'll find these patterns useful!

Glowing Tiles 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Allen's picture

Very nice! Thanks for

Very nice! Thanks for sharing.

rox Avium's picture

this is awesome

this is awesome

Anonymous's picture

Hi, these are very cool.

Hi, these are very cool. Would you mind explaining what you mean by the phrase, "Light rendering tools"? I was wondering what you used to make these. Hey, and thank you for all these amazing resources. This is a great site.

Jasmine's picture

Thanks for these awesome

Thanks for these awesome textures :3

Nigatsu77's picture

Love all the patterns, thank

Love all the patterns, thank you for sharing

jen's picture

how do i use em in gimp ???

how do i use em in gimp ??? they r only working in photoshop !

missy's picture

I love these patterns in

I love these patterns in GIMP. Thanks!

TainoWarishe's picture

Thank you again, I shall be

Thank you again, I shall be trying these out:) Excellent!

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