I guess everyone knows that you can copy/paste layer styles through the menu Layer → Layer Style → Copy/Paste Layer Style. But what I missed is a function that will paste effects by adding them to the current layer instead of replacing everything. Let me show the example.
Vertical Rhythm is a useful thing. Usually I’m using default Photoshop grid to set it up. But this is not the best solution because sometimes I need native grid for other things. In such cases fast created patterns helps me, I don’t usually save them and because of that they are sink into oblivion after switching between different pattern packs and I have to make new pattern again and again (silly, yeah). So, I decided to generate a single pattern pack with popular leading values for daily use in projects.
Inspired by some guys who makes custom panels for Photoshop, I decided to make my own. And here it is, I made “Isometrify” — Adobe Photoshop CS5+ extension than helps transform objects into isometry and generate custom sized grid for it.