This is ideal for anyone who uses screentones. I made these because my tones are brushes, and it's a pain to line them up perfectly, or nearly. So, this is what I decided to do for myself: pattens! And I'm sharing. These are for PHOTOSHOP because that is all I have. Annywaaays, this is a Photoshop pattern file. (.pat) IN A FREAKING ZIP FILE BECAUSE DEVIANTART HAS BEEN CHANGING IT FROM .PAT TO .PSD Download it! Also, To use them, you just have to open the .pat file as you would open any other file or program. It will open Photoshop and load them for you if Photoshop isn't already open, or it will just load them if it already is open! Please fave or comment if you're going to use them, you don't need to credit me on your work, but I wouldn't mind seeing it! You can see the installments of patternpacks here: #2 -> [link] #3 -> [link] #4 -> [link]
EDIT! 11.18.2008 I have fixed the pattern pack, since a lot of people said it wasn't working right or only had one pattern. Basically I re-made it. The new .zip file contains not only the pattern file (.pat) but it also contains the IMAGE USED to make each little pattern. The images are in .PNG format. Anyways, enjoy. ~Kita
EDIT 2! 11.18.2008 A related tutorial has been released! [link]
EDIT 3 06.07.2009 How could I have forgotten to link this here?! Like these tones but want to make something more original for yourself? Here is a tutorial on how to make things into screentones! [link]
Patterns made by me. Done in Photoshop CS3 & CS4, but should be compatible with Photoshop 7 and up. This is only an assumption. Regarding Photoshop 7: Some people said "Yes it works!" and others said "NOOOOOOOOES D:" so I am not responsible for whatever problems you may come across.