Halftone Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign Tint Packs Help You Create Digital Artwork with the Soul of Ink.

Inspired by the rich, irregular halftone dots from screenprinted posters, comic books and punk rock photocopies

…we created the Tint Pack. With Halftone Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign Tint Packs, you can achieve ink-like halftone tints while working faster than ever.

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What’s a Halftone Tint Pack?

…and other nagging questions, like “What's a Ben-Day dot?”

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Three Halftone Tint Packs to Choose From

Ai

Halftone Tint Pack
for Adobe Illustrator®

All vectors!

20 seamlessly-tiled Illustrator repeat swatches

10 densities (5–90%)

28 LPI (lines per inch) at 0-degrees (Rotate and scale them to your heart’s desire, with no loss in quality.)

5.7 MB download

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Ps

Halftone Tint Pack
for Adobe Photoshop®

300 DPI grayscale

40 TIFF files

10 densities (5–90%)

four screen angles
(0, 15, 45 & 75°)

28 LPI (lines per inch)

3600x3600 pixels

88.9 MB download

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Id

Halftone Tint Pack
for Adobe InDesign®

600 DPI bitmap

40 TIFF files

10 densities (5–90%)

four screen angles
(0, 15, 45 & 75°)

28 LPI (lines per inch)

7200x7200 pixels

53.6 MB download

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