Fireworks EcoVector

Fireworks EcoVector

Two free Adobe Fireworks ecoVectors.

Page 1 has the green variation as captured above.

Unzip and open the .png file in Adobe Fireworks and use as you please.

Page 2 has the elements that make the version captured below.

Except for some bitmap texturing on the petals, and a bitmap ‘stamp’ of the overall flower (used for blend effects) everything else is pure path outlines.

Enjoy!

ecoVector

Two ecoVector artwork created in Adobe Fireworks.

10 Fireworks Seamless/Tiled Diamond Texture Pack

10 Fireworks Seamless/Tiled Diamond Texture Pack

10 trendy seamless (tiled) ‘diamond’ textures for Adobe® Fireworks®.

Add style to document/prototype backgrounds, web elements or incorporate them with image blends.

Tiled Pattern Preview:

Download Extension Manager texture pack file (.mxp) at the bottom of this page. Once downloaded, double click it to launch Adobe Extension Manager and follow the instructions.

To access the new Patterns in Fireworks:
Change the default Fill Option from Solid to Patterns in the Property Inspectors panel.
Then choose one of the new Patterns (diamondsx) from the list.

  1. Use Case: Active Type Object
    Change the default Fill Option from Solid to Patterns in the Property Inspectors panel.
  2. Use Case: Active Vector/Path Object
    Change the default Fill Option from Solid to Patterns in the Property Inspectors panel.
  3. Use Case: Active Bitmap Object
    Select the Paint Bucket Tool (G) and change the default Fill Option from Solid to Patterns in the Property Inspectors panel.
  4. Use Case: Active Selection
    On an active selection, select the Paint Bucket Tool (G) and change the default Fill Option from Solid to Patterns in the Property Inspectors panel.
    Enable Fill Selection and disable Preserve Transparency.

To disable the HR FW Seamless Pattern Pack 1
Commands > Manage Extensions to run Extension Manger.
Uncheck the ‘Enable’ option to the left of the Extension title.

To Remove the HR FW Seamless Pattern Pack 1
Commands > Manage Extensions to run Extension Manger.
Select the Extension in the list.
Click the ‘Remove’ button command to the right of the Extension title.

Seamless/Tiled Diamond Texture Pack

10 Fireworks Seamless/Tiled Diamond Texture Pack

 

15 Blue Tiled Pattern Pack for Photoshop

15 Blue Tiled Pattern Pack for Photoshop

A free set of Adobe® Photoshop® seamless (tiled) Patterns, free to use as you please.

Add style to document/prototype backgrounds, web elements or incorporate them with image blends.

Read Photoshop Patterns (Loading) for a quick guide to loading Photoshop pattern (.pat) files.

Tiled Pack Preview:

15 Blue Tiled Pattern Pack for Photoshop

A small collection of tiled/seamless patterns (.pat) for Photoshop.

20 Free Seamless Photoshop Pattern Pack: One

20 Free Seamless Photoshop Pattern Pack: One

A free set of Adobe® Photoshop® seamless (tiled) Patterns, free to use as you please.

Add style to document/prototype backgrounds, web elements or incorporate them with image blends.

Read the Photoshop Patterns (Loading) for a quick guide to loading Photoshop pattern (.pat) files.

Tiled Pack Preview:

20 Tiled Pattern Pack for Photoshop

A collection of 20 Seamless/Tiled Patterns (.pat) for Photoshop

Glass Texture Effect

Here’s a few simple steps to create this realistic glass effect pattern.

First start a new document from the File > New menu command. At the New Document dialog use a preset of 343 x 275, Foreground color of #BDE6F3 & Background color of#000000 (Black). Ultimately, you choose your own varying color swatches, as this effect produces different results but the same effect. Click OK to commit the new document creation.

Press the D key to reset the Foreground/Background color swatches to Black/White.

Next, create a new empty Layer (Layer > New Layer) and apply a ‘Clouds’ Filter (‘Filter>Render>Clouds’) to produce a result similar to the below capture.

Next, go ‘Filter>Artistic>Plastic Wrap’ and apply the below captured settings.

To achieve an effect similar to the below capture.

Next, go ‘Filter/Distort/Glass’ and apply the below captured settings.

Note: As you noticed, these settings were applied using Photoshop CS Filter Gallery.

And here is the final result.

As an added effect to the tone, simply, duplicate that end result Layer, and change the Layer Mode to ‘Multiply’ and reduce the Opacity Level to a desired integer. (I used 61%)

And here is the variation.

A few more variations