36 Luminous Midwinter Graphics

Immerse yourself in an atmospheric world of faded flowers, bare golden branches and moody digital graphics inspired by the luminous glow of midwinter

36 Luminous Midwinter Graphics

You’ll get 36 richly textured designs featuring raw marble veins and barren branches of gold, delicate floral patterns, moody ombre mountain views, bewitching mercury glass and snakeskin surfaces. This high resolution digital graphics are perfect for both print and screen, coming in a range of deeply evocative natural hues including petal pinks, petrol blues, mossy greens, deep russets and dusty lavender colors.

Included in this set:

• 36 versatile .JPGs
• High resolution files @ 300 PPI
• 3600x3600px / 12″x12″
• Suitable for print, web and screen use

Zipped File Size: 345 MB

File Types Included: .JPG

Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS3 (and higher), Adobe Illustrator Version CS3 (and higher)

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4 lovely comments from our community

  1. Rose Thorn

    Within the product description, there is a line with an obvious typographical error, stating ” Uitable for print, web and screen use”. I suppose I should have questioned this before I purchased back in May; however, I had incorrectly assumed that the correct word was “Usable” for print. Now after actually looking at the images, I realize that I assumed in correctly; that word was suppose to be “Unsuitable”. :-(

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    • Kat Parsons

      Hey Rose,

      Thanks so much for your comment.

      I am really sorry to hear you are unhappy with your new goodies! I have popped you an email to help you further with this :)

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      • Rose Thorn

        I will reply to your email but first I wish to point out that it appears that you have updated the product description. The images that I received are not 300ppi, they are only 96ppi, which won’t provide a good quality print.

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        • Annabel Smith

          Hey Rose,

          Thank you so much for coming back to Kat! I can see that she has popped you over a reply to help you get working with these graphics, however if you do have any other queries about your resources, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

          Reply

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