67 Halloween clip art images in the PNG format
The Goth characters in the scene above aren’t included in this package, but members can download the Kiki Goth Character here. And the Little Goth characters can be downloaded here
A spooky sign that I created with this kit.
Thumbnail views of all 67 images.
Everything you need to create a spooky Halloween sign!
A Spooky Sign Graphics Kit to help you create your own spooky messages. It comes with several sign boards–some blank and some with text, 2 sign posts, a rusty nail head and silvery nail head, 4 little ghosts, and lots of spooky grunge text that you can use to customize your sign.
There are also two finished spooky signs included, a version with and without ghosts. This item would be great for all kinds of Halloween and horror projects, including web design, graphic design, cardmaking, party invitations, decorations, and scrapbooking. It’s a lot of fun to create signs with this package.
There are 67 royalty free, high-quality clipart PSP images in this package. All of these images have transparent backgrounds making it easy for you to use them as tubes or nozzles–or merely to drop into your design.
The size of these images varies, but the finished signs are approximately 1000 X 1900+ pixels. All are 300 DPI, making them great for print projects.
Members can use the tubes for many types of projects, including web design, template design, graphic design, t-shirt design, candy wrappers, scrapbook design, print transfers, DIY crafts, card making, embroidery designs, fabric blocks, address labels, business cards, newsletters, stationery, invitations, banners, crafts you print, paper projects, digital stamps, notelets, stickers, notecards, signature tags, and more. Please read my terms to learn more. If you have any questions, please email me.
How to for PSP Newbies:
To build your sign, first decide what you want it to say and how you want to split up the message. Start with a sign post and increase the canvas size. Then, copy and paste the sign boards you wish to use onto the signpost image as new layers. You can flip them by simply using the “mirror” function (go to image and then mirror). And you can adjust their position by selecting the layer and partially turning the individual image with the raster deform tool.
Use the Unsharp mask to sharpen the image on the layer after you resize or reposition it. Next place your text on your sign, and resize and adjust it with the raster deform tool. Adjust the opacity of each of the text layers to 60-70% so that the wood behind it shows through. Slip the ghosts in between layers if desired and trim where needed. You can brighten the ghosts by duplicating the layer and then adjusting the opacity. And, finally, add your nail heads to each sign. When you are finished merge the visible layers (but always save a copy of the unmerged version).
This package is one zip file, which is approximately 38 MB.