Circular Image Masks for Photoshop and Illustrator

By: Offset

Use these masks to present photographs and artwork in creative ways such as prints, T-shirts, exhibition graphics and other designs. Fully editable. They can be used individually or in combinations to achieve interesting results.

Circular Image Masks for Photoshop and Illustrator
Included in this set:

Adobe Illustrator document 420 x 420mm

• Each mask is on a separate layer.
• Simply place your photo or artwork on the bottom layer and select which layer masks you want to use by toggling the layers on or off.
• Each mask is vector artwork so they can also be edited.
• Change the colours, scale them to different sizes, add or subtract elements and combine masks for different effects.

Adobe Photoshop document 420 x 420mm @ 300ppi / 4,961 x 4,961px

• Each mask is on a separate layer.
• Simply place your photo or artwork on the bottom layer and select which layer masks you want to use by toggling the layers on or off.
• Each mask is a vector shape so they can also be edited.
• Change the colours, scale them to different sizes, add or subtract elements and combine masks for different effects.

Software compatibility: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop CS1 and newer.

This product was originally featured in The Extensive Vector Elements Collection: 3500+ Quality Designs

Circular Image Masks for Photoshop and Illustrator

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4 lovely comments from our community

  1. edgloris

    Hi Ben,
    I’m having the same situation with the product Texture Image Mask featured in the Extravaganza Bundle. All layers appear to be on a layer and unable to make them a transparent background. Can you help me?

    Reply
    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey Edgloris,

      Thanks so much for taking the time to come back to Ben, he unfortunately left Design Cuts almost a year ago now.

      I believe you and I are already discussing this in emails though, so hopefully I can help :)

      Reply
  2. Bridgette Balmes

    I am trying to figure out how to get the mask OFF of a white background. I can not seem to find a way to do that. All layers appear to be on a layer and unable to make them a transparent background.

    Reply
    • Ben Neeves

      Hey Bridgette,

      Thanks for getting in touch and thank you for your purchase! I can certainly help you out with your query :) I’m just sending you an email to get some more info from you and help get you up and running with these image masks :)

      Reply

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