Striped Frames & Boxes – Full (Commercial)
Total downloads: 4
This full pack contains all 10 full colour striped frames and 8 boxes, as well as the same set but colourable. Also included are masks that can be used to create a proper mask for the torn edge frames for use in post processing such as placing your new map created in Wonderdraft onto a wood table or some other background.
This full pack contains all 10 full colour striped frames and 8 boxes, as well as the same set but colourable. Also included are masks that can be used to create a properly scaled mask for the torn edge frames for use in post processing such as placing your new map created in Wonderdraft onto a wood table or some other background.
1. Mythkeeper – use mythkeeper to install. It will install two separate asset packs, one for the full colour version of the frames and boxes, and one that’s colourable.
2. Manually – unzip the download and then place the two folders into your assets folder. To get to your assets folder simply launch Wonderdraft then go to Menu –> Open User Folder.
Using the Masks for Post Work
- If you choose striped-frame-08 or striped-frame-09 (the two frames with a “ripped edge”) then it will have a white background around the torn edge because frames do not allow for transparency – they will just show the rest of your map beneath. To get around this I have created a mask frame and a mask box.
- It is best to start another map since there are elements that might sit above the mask box. Make sure it’s the same dimensions as your exported map. Then, select the map-mask as your frame and make sure it’s the same scale as the frame on your map. Then, go to Labels and select the Box Tool. Choose inside-mask from the list and place it somewhere just behind the frame and stretch it out to cover the whole map. Finally, Export it as your mask for post processing. See the last three gallery images for visual examples of this process.
The Content License Agreement PDF is contained within the downloaded zip file