Free Concept Sketch Photo Effect for Photoshop

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Automatically transform your photos into grungy digital art with this free Photoshop Action.

How does it work?

Step 1: Load the required files into Photoshop. You only need to load the files once to
use the effect over and over.

Step 2: Open a photo and play the Photoshop Action!

The Photoshop Action is compatible with Photoshop CC 2018 and above.

This item is free to download for your personal projects or to just try it out! If you are using this item to earn money, please purchase a commercial license.

Make sure to watch the video tutorial on how to setup your Photoshop document as well as a editing tips and tricks. A link to the video tutorial is included in the readme.txt file in the download.

Important to know

  • Make sure you are using the English version of Photoshop to run the Action on. 
  • Check you are using a version of Photoshop that the Action supports.
  • Watch the video tutorial to ensure you have your Photoshop file setup correctly. You can view the video tutorial in the above ‘Tutorial‘ section. A link to the tutorial is also included in the ‘Readme‘ file in the download.
  • Use high-resolution photos with the Action for the best results and to avoid errors. I highly recommend scaling your photo into the 3000px – 5000px range (at the long dimension) for the best results. Even if your photo is only 1000px at the long dimension, scale it up much larger.
  • With Adobe Creative Cloud, you can install multiple versions of Photoshop. If you like this Action but is not supported on your version of Photoshop, you can always install an additional version of Photoshop to run the Action on. Once an Action has been tested and working on a version of Photoshop, it will always work.
  • Use Jpeg images to run the Action on. Other file types such as TIFF, BMP, PNG, PSD can cause issues with Actions, as Photoshop disables various features for different file types.

Having trouble with the Action?

  1. Double-check you have your file set up correctly as shown at the beginning of the video tutorial.
  2. Check the resolution of your photo. If its a low-resolution photo (<1000px), take the longest length of your photo and increase it to around 3000 – 3500px. 
  3. Have a look at my support topics here. I list all common errors with solutions.
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