Tip Top Vintage Paper Textures Vol. 1 is the exciting first entry in a new series of high resolution texture scans, focusing on American ledgers, forms and letters from 1830-1960. Weighing in at over 280MB, this collection comes with 20 authentic and historic documents.
These are REAL historic documents with hand writing, pressed text, and markings.
So what makes these textures so special?
TRANSPARENCY AND EDGES!
Not ONLY are these very high resolution (up to 4886x2974 pixels), patiently processed and lighting-balanced, these textures include the WHOLE document, wherever possible.
These have some wonderful frayed, aged and tattered edges, painstakingly cut out so you can use them in a greater variety of contexts. These work great for game assets, graphic design, illustration, painting/drawing, web and more!
There are tons of amazing markings on these papers, but they're very large so you may find it easy to size them up however you like to find some blank space to work with. A real value!
The files are delivered as a single ZIP file containing all the images (best for downloading on computer), as well as individual links to download straight to your iPad.
Included are 20 High Resolution PNG files:
You'll need Procreate 4 to take advantage of all the brush features, and preferably an Apple Pencil for the pressure sensitive brushes.
Procreate 5 is here, and its amazing! You can now install a LOT of brushes at once using the new Files app in iOS 11. We recommend backing up your purchase using an iCloud account (its free), or syncing them to Files with iTunes.
First things first... USE SAFARI on iPad!
Also make sure you open the link in the full Safari app (it must be Safari, no other browser will work), as the side-loaded one that gmail/other email apps use won’t work.
Note: Brush files end in *.brushset
Once you click the file name/download button, a blue arrow in a circle should appear in the top right corner of Safari. This is the "downloads" area. Tap this icon and you should see your download appear in a list like so:
Simply tap the file and it should automatically open in Procreate. Depending on if you've performed this before, it may ask you what you want to do with the file after tapping it, in which case you would simply find the Procreate icon and send it there.