Applies a 1-bit black and white horizontal or vertical line screen to a continuous tone image. The result has cleaner, straighter lines than a conventional line screen and is more "technical" looking. If you need optimal gray level simulation take a look at the Classical Halftone plugin. This plugin needs high resolution images. Use it on images of at least 300 pixel per inch (ppi) resolution. (600 ppi are recommended). Optional you can set the pattern and background color and blend the result with the original image
Tested with WINDOWS XP and WINDOWS 7 - 64 bit
For other Windows versions please test yourself using the demo version below!
Tested with Photoshop 6, 7, CS, CS2, CS3 and CS5.1.
For other versions please test yourself!
A monitor resolution of at least 1024 x 768 pixels is required.
Does not work with Adobe Photoshop (64 bit).
PLEASE TEST YOURSELF
Please try out the demo below before ordering to make shure that the plugin works well with your Photoshop and Windows version.
Supported Image Modes
8 bit, RGB, Grayscale
(Right-click the link and choose "Save")
- Close Photoshop if its running
- Navigate to the Photoshop application folder into a subfolder named Plug-Ins (i.e. Zusatzmodule in German).
- To keep things organized create a meaningful named subfolder in the Plug-Ins folder. Move the file line.8bf into this newly-created folder.
- In Photoshop use Filter > Martin Koch line art > Line to run the plugin.
Version 1.0 released on July 19, 2007
Vertical line principle.
Every row of pixels is compared to a repeating threshold level pattern. Gray values below the threshold level become black, values above become white.