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How to make a retro collage video tutorial and free sample

Hi everyone,

I am a big fan of vintage looking collages and anything old paper-related. I can spend hours looking through old photographs, postcards, scribbles, etc, and my love of typewriters is embarrassingly well-documented. So I decided to put together (for myself and others) a pack of paper and scribbles that can be used in digital collages and that will go well with my latest Office Typewriter font.

All elements were handmade and scanned at 600 dpi, and are available as a Photoshop ABR file and individual transparent PNGs, which you can just drag and drop on your designs. So easy to use and perfect for adding a little visual interest to your collage designs, in posters, postcards, packaging, branding, social media posts, etc.

The Paper and Scribbles pack includes 270+ elements (scribbles, doodles, squiggles, circles and underlines):

  • 122 elements from 4 different markers

  • 39 pen elements

  • 61 pencil elements

  • 25 wax crayon elements

  • 6 splatters elements

  • 10 tape elements

  • 10 high resolution paper scans (various sizes, minimum 1815 px width)

Not sure how to use this set? No problem!

I have made a couple of tutorials to help get you started. In the first tutorial, I go over how to install the Photoshop brushes and get started using them. In the second tutorial, I go over the steps I used to create one of the collages in my preview images. For this, I am also offering you a free sample of the pack, which includes 2 marker brushes, 2 pen brushes, 1 pencil brush, 1 tape brush and 2 paper textures.

Hope you enjoy!


Tutorial #1: How to install and use Photoshop stamp brushes


Tutorial #2: How to make a retro collage in Photoshop using my Paper and Scribbles Pack


Reminder: GET1FREE coupon code

You can get this pack for free when buy it with another font with the coupon code GET1FREE at checkout. Psst the code will work on all the fonts, so you can use it to buy any pair of fonts. Here are some font suggestions for the upcoming holiday season (how is it nearly October already?).

Hope you have a great week ahead!



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