Old Tools Scene Header Creator is creative Photoshop file with a lot of old tools that will help you make beautiful images, save money and time and impress your customers.
Separate layers in PSD will allow you to position the objects in the scene as desired. That’s great, because sometimes you can not find a stock photo that satisfies all your needs. If you know the basics of Photoshop, you will easily create images, and that will be explained in our You Tube tutorial (in preparation).
If you consider that you can also animate objects with the help of layer slider on your web site, the investment will certainly pay off.
Users will be delighted by the appearance of your web site, print materials, illustration of your blog, presentation of your product…
Old Tools Scene Header Creator has high resolution size of 5000 x 3200 pixels composed of high quality photos and it will be sufficient to print your creations on billboards.
Tools (106), presented here are hammers, pliers, ruler, saws, chisels, brushes, paint box, rasps, wood planers, nails, screws, gloves, chisels, drills…
All the tools can be positioned in the scene as you wish. You can leave empty space in some parts of the scene for your text or simply take advantage of two already prepared text styles. One is carving, and the second one is brush color fingerprint.
If you want the scene looking more realistic we have added 21 photo filters, vignette, ambient light, gradient.
For beautiful background, vintage look which is offered, will ensure 8 wooden textures.
Enjoy and take great images with this file!
What you can do
– Move objects around the scene
– Add your logo or text and get carving look
– Add text with brush style with color change
– Choose 8 backgrounds or add your own
– Use photo filters and adjustments for a different look
– Full layered and easy to use scene creator for video or layer slider
Old Tools Scene Header Creator Features
– Size 5000×3200 px, 300dpi
– RGB color
– Full layered
– 106 tools (30 screws and nails)
– 8 background images
– 21 prepared effect