I sometimes need to make changes in products to make naming conventions more cohesive and sometimes I add enhancements to the collection. I've started this change log so you can check what's changed.
I live in France and have an international client base. All sales are displayed in Paris time zone, which is UTC+1.
Time Zone differences can change with the seasons depending on when a country adds and subtracts an hour in the spring and fall. (It isn't always the same date from country to country!) I try to always let a sale last long enough for the West Coast in America to have a full day on the last day of the sale.
Find your Time Zone in relation to France (UTC+1), here: World Time Zone
Something to keep in mind:
If a sale starts in the morning in France, it will actually start during the night before in America.
Sales usually start in the afternoon in Australia.
Since I let the sale go until midnight PST the last day of the sale, the sale will actually end the following morning in France - the following afternoon in Australia.
Please see this new page for more detailed Download information.
Downloads are available immediately upon check-out.
An Order Confirmation and Download links are emailed to you immediately after check out. (2 different emails.)
Emails can sometimes get hung up in cyberspace / SPAM filters, though so you can also access your links directly on my download site:
Access your download area directly HERE.
Note: You'll need your order number and email address that you used to place the order. Your order number is given on the final check out page and it is emailed to you after check out.
If you experience a problem accessing the download area, it could be that you had a typo in the email address you entered for your order. Contact us and we'll get the email fixed for you.
Need more help with Downloads?
I occasionally get emails asking how to import textures into Photoshop/Elements or asking if they need to install them as a plug-in.
The good news is that there is nothing to install. Textures are basically just image files that you open up in Photoshop the same as you would any other image file.
Here's a quick outline on how to start working with your textures.
The textures come in sRGB format. If you place them in a file with a different color space, you may see a shift in color. This is very easy to fix. In Photoshop, before you place the texture, choose: Edit / Convert to Profile and choose the color space of your image.
Read more about color spaces and textures in this article.
Compatibility for system and software, file resolutions and formats.
Can't find your overlays or they look strange to you? Here are a few quick tips to understanding the overlays.