Adding clusters to a project can really make it stand out. But it seems that creating clusters often starts with staring at a blank page, or a bunch of elements, while being unable to decide where to start.
This script will just give you the boost you need by creating a starting point with a cluster of shapes on various layers. The shapes will vary between rectangles, circles, stars and flowers. They are just meant to help you and give you a guide to create your own cluster with papers and elements.
Run the script on a blank image (or a project) and it will determine the size of the elements based on the width of the canvas. You can always size down later.
Once it is done, you will have individual layers that you can adjust, tweak, reorder to your liking. If you don't like the result, just undo it (Ctrl-z) and run the script again. You will NEVER get the same result twice so enjoy the process!
Get this script in the store: Cluster Template Maker 2.
If you are in love with clusters, there is also a Cluster Maker Toolkit in the store, which includes this script (Cluster Template Maker 2) but also the previous one (Cluster Template Maker) and the Speed Scrap Bundle of scripts to turn those templates into "real" clusters.
Get this Cluster Maker Toolkit in the store too.
Do you want a chance to win this script? Tell me, in the comments below, how you usually manage to create clusters (if you create them). Do you use pre-made clusters? Do you use cluster templates? Do you work a long time to place the elements manually? I'll announce a winner in the newsletter, next week. Not a subscriber yet? Not a problem. You can register here and it is free (and you only get one email per week).
You can use it on a photo, but you can also use that to add a name for a signature tag, or just a decorative element on a flower.
Since it is saved as a PSD format, you can open it and use it in various graphic programs.
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Remember that you can always tweak the template, add elements, move some, rearrange the order of the layers, etc.
Will you show us what you do with this template? Don't be shy. We want to see.