100 Diagonal shapes / font for PaintShop Pro, Microsoft Word, Painter, CorelDRAW etc in truetype font TTF and EPS decorative vectors format.
The diagonal fonts / shapes (for Adobe PS and others) set includes many different wonderful diagonal tiles for all kinds of work (can be used as seamless tiles).
Commercial (CU4CU) use. Use them to create items for sale, books, videos, packaging, adverts, leaflets, skateboards, surf boards, fashions, tiles, textiles and more. All the diagonal font shapes are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
On buying, you receive the TTF / EPS along with documentation and gallery and serial number for any future updates.
100 Diagonal tiles with a general X theme - use them in 1000s of your projects in most applications on the PC and MAC OS X.
They are all vector graphics for any size of work and are stored in TTF and EPS format. On purchase of the set, you receive the truetype set along with EPS vectors along with documentation and gallery and serial and keyboard guide.
The diagonal shapes can be used in most applications such as Photoshop, PS Elements, Adobe Illustrator, Pages, Word and many more.
Commercial use (CU4CU), use to create items for sale etc, all royalty free, no credit required, no time limits
Re-color them or perhaps parts of the vector. You can also combine them, export them, warp them, transform and rotate them and much more.
The set works in virtually all applications and gives you a huge range of great items in those applications such as Microsoft Word, Pages, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, PSP, Photo-Paint and many others
Virtually anything. You can use them for commercial and personal work, you can use them to create items that can in turn be used to create more items for sale CU4CU. You can also use them to create mugs, posters, skateboards, adverts, documents, videos, packaging and much more
Access the set in PaintShop Pro via the text / type tool in the PSP toolbox, select the set from the typeface dropdown list and then apply the characters as desired (A B C D I J G B M 1 2 3 4 etc).
If you wish to use them as a powerful native format vector then you will have to select the character (or characters) and then use the right click context menu and select the convert option. You can also modify / update the name of the vector layers via the layers palette as well as add various colors and styles etc and then save them as a native file via the main menu export command and then the format will be then accessibe via the preset tool in the PSP toolbox
They can also be modified such as setting the color to a gradient, layer effects / glows / reflected / shadows, patterns etc
You can use them as a resource for many different things such as brush strokes, patterns etc but you can also use them as a source for displacements. The key thing to create for the displacements is to save any created artwork as a PSD file. You can use the type in numerous ways such as use them once or perhaps multiple times or combine with other artwork, flatten the artwork via the layer menu and save that as a displacement PSD.
You can create more complex distortions and displacements if you combine the type with filters such as the offset filter which can shift the tile origin. Apply an artwork and flatten and then use the offset filter (using 50% and 50% vertical setting) and then continue to add additional characters / artworks. Of course, if you are not concerned about creating a seamless tile, you can just add the type outside of the document but you will see the edge in any future distortion / displacement.
Once you have the PSD file, go to the displace / glass distortion / texturizer etc filters in the Photoshop menu and then select the load / browse commands and select the generated PSD file.
Photoshop CC CS6 - 6 and standalone and elements
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