freebie: cu splatter photo mask

This is in png format and 300dpi

Feel free to use this however you’d like as a photo mask, no commercial license is needed

If you’re not sure how to use a clipping mask, check out this tutorial HERE

Download info below previews:

 

EXAMPLE in use with a photo of my Great Dane, Earl and Jack The Fat Cat 😉

(example image below and photo are copyrighted and can not be used…)

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(pssst…for any photography fans, the gear used for the photo of my dog and cat above was the Canon 6D (full frame) and Canon 50mm 1.4)

 

And now for the FREE photo mask!

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Click the photo mask above for full size, then right click and save to your computer! 😀

 

0 thoughts on “freebie: cu splatter photo mask

  1. Any chance you could give a tutorial on how you created this mask. I would love a psd layered copy if possible. I would like to be able to make my own masks. Thanks 🙂

  2. Cute picture! Perfect example of the mask in use! i really enjoy using masks, and this one has many possibilities! Thank you so much – and for showing it in action! Thank you again for last weeks freebs! You are an amazing designer, and i always enjoy using your work. You have kept my PS software growing with the additions you design. Thank you!

  3. wooHoo – thanks for the awesome PhotoMask..

    i was looking for some FREE to use ones yesterday !!!

  4. Hi Cestrell, just a quick note to thank you for sharing all your wonderful work, it is much appreciated. I am just starting out and I have PS Adobe Elements 6 I would really love to find a easy tutorial on Clipping masks that can be used with Elements 6, also how to add Styles and Patterns. I just checked out the clipping mask tut you recommended but its for another program, and the pallet looks way different. Thanks so much Simone

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