You can now turn any shape into an impression on your project, whether it is supposed to be sand, playdough or cardboard.
You can choose any shape or text and, depending on the effect you want, and the size you have, you get three possible depth to select from. You might need to experiment with the settings. In the end, you can also adjust the opacity to make the impression more obvious if you have a busy background. And don't worry, you can move it around if you are unsure where you want it on your project.
Get it in the store: Imprint script
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For a sampler, I created some fun imprints of sound effects like you would find in comic books. They are about 600-700 pixels in width and in PNG format. You would get a great result by changing the blend mode to Overlay once the elements are on your project. That will make the colors pop.
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