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  • Anyone have a Graph 'Paper' .PSD template for Photoshop?

    I'm looking for a .PSD layer which I can overlay on top of my sketches.

    I'm not sure if this has been posted before but I've searched the forums & Google, no luck. Thanks in advance.

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    http://ctrlcreate.deviantart.com/art...rgins-98625458

    Best i can find it isn't psd but you can render it very easy
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      In CS4 if you go to VIEW>Grid you have your graph paper built in to use. it looks just like it.

      Also you can go to Preferences > Guides, Grid & Slices and set it to exactly what you want, Which you could never do with real graph paper
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        Originally posted by ArtfulDodger View Post
        I'm looking for a .PSD layer which I can overlay on top of my sketches.

        I'm not sure if this has been posted before but I've searched the forums & Google, no luck. Thanks in advance.
        Set up your own...there are several ways in photoshop. I don't know what your purpose for the grid is but try...

        1.
        A. In PS go to Edit > Preferences > Guide, Grid& Slices > edit the measurements to suit your needs.
        B. Then go to View > Show > Grid
        C. Leave grid as is or trace with paths and stroke to suit your needs.

        2.
        A. Make a new PS Doc. roughly 100px square. Transparent Background.
        B. Use the line tool to draw a line along the top and left of the document.
        C. Select all then go to Edit > Define Pattern. Name your pattern and save.
        D. Open the document you want to use the pattern. Make a new layer and fill with Pattern. or Fill with a solid and then under your layer styles do a pattern overlay. This gives you control over the size of the pattern.

        Hope that helps.
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        • #5
          had hammel

          Originally posted by Symson View Post
          In CS4 if you go to VIEW>Grid you have your graph paper built in to use. it looks just like it.

          Also you can go to Preferences > Guides, Grid & Slices and set it to exactly what you want, Which you could never do with real graph paper
          Thanks everyone you've save me. Symson i liked your idea best, the grid was perfect. I want it to guide me as I practice doing portraits, I want to keep everything in proportion. It really helps me when I take a break, scan a sketch, & look at my progress!

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