Flypaper Textures

Fly Muse 20 Launch


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Our new first pack of the year the Fly Muse 20 pack of textures has been created to satisfy a demand for fans who have requested we bring out a smaller, cheaper pack who don’t want to spend as much $40 on a pack but still want our normal pro-sized textures.
This could be the start of a whole new sized texture pack series, depending on how popular they are with our fans, so feedback would be appreciated!

So, whether you use this as a taster pack, a mobile device sized pack or a normal pro sized pack, we hope you enjoy our new mini numbered pack!

This New Mini Pro sized pack includes 20 pale and dreamy painterly and stronger grungy textures that would be ideal to add interest in images such as still lifes, landscapes and portraits. Designed to inspire your inner muse with our little amusing Muse collection!

With this new ‘amuse bouche’ or ‘amuse the palate’ taster pack we hope to please both our regular fly subscribers and our newbies who just want to dip their toes in the water without the expense of a full priced regular edition, but still gain the pro-sized regular textures.

A small portfolio of regular sized pro flypaper textures to am-Muse our fans untill the next Big top secret portolio fly launch is ready!

The Fly Muse Twenty Pack contains 20 rectangular shaped textures which are 6000 by 4000 pixels and are at industry printing standard 300ppi.

All our textures can be used in any editing programme that supports the use of layers, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Gimp etc You can also use our textures on your iPad, Android and smart phones if you have the Photoshop Touch app installed. You can only use them in Lightroom if you use an add-on that allows Lightroom to use layers such as Perfect Layers.

To download, click on the add to cart button, a download link will be sent to you upon payment.

Fly Muse Twenty

20 Painterly Grunge Textures

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$20

Textures in the pack are: Arton, Catorce, Deka, Dekatria, Dix-sept, Duo, Duodecim, Elva, Neun, Nitten, Ocho, Pente, Quattro, Quinze, Sedici, Sia, Sitta, Tahi, Trois and Twenty.

Please visit our Pack page or Combo Pack page to buy Flypaper Textures. Or our Preset Page to buy Nik Presets. Or our Brush Page to buy our Photoshop brushes.
We recommend : Topaz filters and Macphun software

2 Responses to “Fly Muse 20 Launch”

  1. Looks like a nice pack guys, though I won’t be needing it. I really like the idea of the $20 pack, but what I’d really like to see is you bring out another grunge pack or two. It’s been awhile since the Tex Packs (which I think of as grunge), though Edges are sorta close, except most of the action is at the edges, obviously.

    Course I’m writing as a painter and not per se a photographer. It’s my preference to do my own brushwork as a matter of skill and just as a long-time painter. Not that your painterly textures aren’t gorgeous; they certainly are and I wish such brushwork were really possible in Photoshop. Alas, not quite possible, though maybe it is in Corel. I don’t know, able as I am only to afford one such program. And Photoshop is the one I started with.

    So, the grunge packs really give me a lot of the kinds of textures I can really use, along with the colors. Your filters are a great way of applying color, actually whether to a drawing/sketch or a photograph, but especially to a sketch, I think.

    I’m aware your primary interest is production for photographers. But some of us painters get a lot out of your packs too. And I have purchased a couple Painterly Packs anyway, just because there are always a few I really can use. Those are where a $20 choice would have been great. I don’t suppose there’s a way to choose which 20, say, out of 40, is there?

    Anyway, keep up the great work. It’s been an enormous help in my work.

    • JillFerry says:

      Hi Charles,
      Thanks for the comprehensive feedback, it’s very helpful. We’ll keep a smaller grunge idea in mind too. Choosing what to go into a smaller pack is tricky!
      Anyway thanks again.
      Jill

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