graphicxtras.com > Clover shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 2015 Elements inc. St Patricks, lucky, three leaf
Works with: Photoshop, Elements
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Clover shapes for Photoshop gallery (#76) 250 Clover shapes / Graphic designs for Photoshop and Elements, Set includes sketched clover shapes, basic, embossed, three, rough, embellished, outlined, loose and many more. They are for use in CC 2015 2014 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 as well as standalone 16-6 and also Elements 14 - 1.
You can also export the items from PS to another app so you can use them in Illustrator and others. They are all vectors for any size of work such as logos and posters and anything in between and they can be added as layers and paths as well as just fill pixels. CSH format - load them via the presets panel or just double click the CSH file or right click to select the open option. PC and MAC OS X (Windows and10.11 10.10 10.9 10.8 etc)
You can combine clover shapes, warp, distort, blend, add effects, use with layer effects, export, smudge, use as a source for amazing brushes and patterns and displacement maps etc, blend, add strokes to them, add shadows, use with transparency, use as frames and much more.
Commercial use, royalty free, world wide use, no time limits. You can use them to create logos, books, documents, cards, posters, adverts, videos, mugs, posters, t-shirts, fashions, clothes, textiles, ceramics and much more.
You can find all our videos about how to use the resources via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube.com as well as via Tipdesk.com. You can find out how to load them, how to use them, combine them, how to export them, how to use them as layers, how to use them as smart objects, re-color the clover shapes, edit the clover shapes, how to use them with adjustments, how to use them as a source for brushes, how to use them with smart filters, how to blur them, how to distort them, how to use them in Illustrator and more. Any questions, please let us know
You can use them in 1000s of ways throughout Photoshop but you can also use the clover shapes as a great source for other presets. If you prefer to use the artworks as a brush instead of a shape then you can just create a new document (say 2000 x 2000) and then set the color to black for the clover shape and then add to the document as big as possible (avoid going over the seams of the document as that would be reflected in the captured stroke). The clover shape can then be defined via the edit menu and define brush command. That is just the start point as you can apply the artworks in any size and also combine them with other shapes as well as combine them with effects and also other images and also adjustments, different transformations, different angles etc to create literally 1000s of variant artworks from the clover shapes and they can all be defined via the edit menu define brush to add them to the brush panel. Once you have defined all the required strokes in the panel, the clover presets can be exported as an ABR file via the preset panel and the right side menu and save command.
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They are in standard CSH format and can be opened quickly by double clicking that file (as long as the file association has been set correctly). You can also right click and display the context menu and select the open command for that or perhaps use the open with if you wish to select the application to use (say you have both PS and PS Elements). You can also place the set in the presets folder and then access them via the preset panel right side menu by name. You can also use the same preset's menu and use the load and replace commands. You can do much the same via the edit menu preset manager