Risograph Print Pack for Photoshop

Risograph Print Pack for Photoshop

Are you looking for a way to add some unique texture and personality to your designs?

Look no further than the Risograph Print Pack for Photoshop.

In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at how to use the Risograph Photoshop Template and the Risograph Photoshop Action to create stunning Risograph effects in just a few simple steps.

Whether you're a seasoned designer or just getting started, the Risograph Print Pack will help you achieve a look that is both professional and eye-catching. So, let's dive in and explore the world of Risograph printing in Photoshop!

Risograph Photoshop Template

With the Risograph Print Pack Template, you can you can create beautiful recreations of traditional Risograph printing in seconds.

Transform your illustrations quickly with our easy to use Photoshop template. Choose from a range of customizable textures to create your ideal digital artwork. Mock-up your designs to go to the Risograph printer for no suprises or headaches.

Follow along as we demonstrate how to bring iconic Risograph textures to your digital artwork.

Can't Watch the Video? Here's What You missed:

    1. Separate your artwork by color.
    2. Open the template. Expand the folder titled Add Artwork + Apply Riso Texture. Expand the Color folders. Copy and paste your artwork color layers into the temple. Repeat for all color layers.
    3. Set your color layer blending modes to Multiply.
    4. Expand the folder titled RSCO Risograph Texture Bank. Drag these layers above your color layers and turn on their visibilty to activate them. If you need to use the same texture on separate layers, simply duplicate the layer and drag it into the other color folder.
    5. Expand the folder titled Paper Texture + Color. Double click the fill layer calle <<Double click to Choose Paper Color. Choose your color from the color picker and click OK.
    6. You can resize your canvas to any size you need. The paper texture will resize automatically to fit your new canvas size.

Risograph Photoshop Action

Can't Watch the Video? Here's What You missed:

    1. Install the patterns: RSCO Risograph.pat. Install the action: RSCO Risograph.atn.
    2. Separate your artwork by color. Marker sure it is in RGB mode.
    3. Select a color layer. In the Actions panel, select the RSCO Risograph Texturizer action. Press play.
    4. Open the newly created folder Risograph Texture + Color in the Layers Panel.
    5. To change the color of your ink, double click the square in the layered labeled <<Double Click to Choose Color. Choose a color from the color picker and click OK.
    6. You can use the Move Tool to offset your texture, which you will want to do when using the same percentage texture with two or more colors. To change the texture, double click the square in the layer Risograph Texture and choose another texture from the RSCO Risograph pattern folder. You can also change to pattern scale in this window.
    7. You can use the Levels Adjuster to make adjustments to the texture intensity. This is especially helpful when applying risograph texture to gradient color.
    8. Repeat these steps for all your colors.

💡Top Tip: Want to start over?

Everything is non-destructive, so you can simply delete the new folder and make visible the layer labeled Original Layer.

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