Diamond Custom Shapes for Photoshop and elements - great frames and edges and sparkles

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diamond shapes for Photoshop and elements

Works with: Photoshop, Elements

Format: CSH

License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits

Free samplers

Diamond shapes for Photoshop gallery (#118) 100 Diamond Custom shapes for CC 2015 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS6 CC CS2 CS1 as well as Photoshop elements etc


Set includes circular diamond shapes, cuts, abstracts, half and half, rings, combos, doubles, outlines, borders, edges, jewels, split items, dividing clock faces and more. They are for use on the PC and MAC OS X.


Wonderful vector artworks for any size of work as they are vectors and they can also be distorted and sheared and rotated in all kinds of direction as well with use with any background and also any overlays and other presets. You can use them via the toolbox CSH tool as well as via the powerful blurring tool (shape blur) in the filter menu of PS, you can also use them in the cookie cutter tool in PS Elements as well as the CSH tool. You can combine them in millions of different ways, transform them, blend them, export them, use the the presets as a source for truly amazing brushes as well as patterns, you can tweak them, warp them, transform them, export them for use with many other applications (you can also save them to the CC libraries and use them in other parts of the creative cloud) as well as export them as PNG and AI format files and use them in tools such as Illustrator and Affinity Photo and much more.


Unique items, different from any other presets set on the site. You are given a full extended license to use these items in all kinds of ways in all your projects. All are are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Use them to create items for sale as well as personal use. Commercial use, all royalty free, world wide, no time limits imposed. you can use them to create book covers, record covers, CU4CU items, scrapbooking items, web pages, leaflets, hats, textiles, textures, logos, surfboards and more.


CSH format - on buying the diamond shapes set, you receive the CSH files along with documentation and gallery and serial number. If you have any questions about any of the items on this page, please check out our video tutorials which can be found on the youtube.com site via our graphicxtras channel

diamond shapes for Photoshop and elements lines row connected sparks in black on orange

Photoshop diamond shapes gallery (#56) 200 Artworks for PS CC 2015 CS6 etc including frames, sharp presets, embossed presets, grids, contoured artwork, scratchy, distorted, window, outlines, hex, double frames, angular, hollows, art deco themed art and more for Photoshop & Elements. The set is for commercial use, royalty-free, and you have free extended license to use the items in all your projects. The set is supplied in CSH format


Diamond custom shapes for Photoshop and Elements

Video tutorials

Replacing custom shapes in Photoshop panel video tutorial


How to use them, license details

Use them to create commercial work as well as personal work, you can also use them to create items that can in turn be used to create new items for sale and more. You can use them to create items for sale such as logos and books, documents, adverts, packaging, mugs, posters, napkins, skateboard, scrapbooking, cards, leaflets, web pages, websites, banners, videos and much more. If you have any questions, please contact us


What do I get

You receive a link to a download (the link is sent by shareit.com who handle all our transactions). The set is in compressed zip format. You have to expand the set but this be easy on any modern OS but if you need to unzip the set via an application then Stuffit Expander is a fine choice. The zip contains the CSH vector set along with documentation and gallery and serial.


How to open them in PS

They are in CSH, double click the CSH presets and the file is loaded into the panel. That is probably the quickest way to load the presets into the application. Another approach is to use the load / replace commands found on the panel and you can then load the panel or replace the existing. If you are using PS elements, you will need to load the presets by adding the file to the preset folder for Elements. You can also double click the CSH presets to load as well as right click the file and select the open option



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How to use them - layers, fills etc

There are three ways to apply the items and that is by selecting the CSH tool and then selecting the required option - layer, pixel or path - each have their uses and can be used to create many different things. The path and the layer options mean the preset remain as vectors and can be used to any size of work at any point, the pixel option means the presets are fixed at the time of creation. You can set the color to any color, gradients or patterns as well effects etc. You can also use the path option as a source for useful selections that can be added and subtracted from and also can be used with effects and gradients etc


How to use them as a great source for amazing tiles

You can use the presets as a great source for pattern tiles. Simply open a document and use them either as a single or multiple graphics (avoiding the seams of the document) and then go to the edit menu and select the define pattern command. You can also export the same as a PNG image and this can be placed in the PSP patterns folder so you can then use the same in PSP as well as PS. You can use them once or multiple times and combine with layers to create all kinds of amazing tiles and used with the offset filter, even more complex sparkling designs can be created. You can also combine them with blending modes and opacity. You can also use them with adjustments to re-color the tiles to create even more works from the same tile. You can also save the tile as a PSD file and then use that as an amazing distortion / glass effects / displacement / texture via the various filters that come with PS. If you are using Affinity Photo then you will have to use the PNG format as the PSD is not supported in those filters


Video tutorials - how to find out more about the product

You can find a lot of videos on the tutorials via our video channel on graphictras channel / youtube. You can find out how to create new items, how to use them as tiles, how to use as strokes, how to use them as a path or fill or layer, how to turn them into smart objects and more. If there are any specific questions, please let us know and we can always try and create a video on the subject How to create a vector artwork [Youtube]


How to set the fill and stroke for the layer

With the most recent releases of the application, you can now rapidly change the fill and stroke of the selected layer as long as you select the CSH tool in the PS toolbox. you can set the color of the vector graphic to a gradient or pattern or solid color. You can also now set the stroke to a whole range of different dash and gap settings via a selection of presets or just edit the gap / dash settings as required. You can also align the stroke inside, outside etc. You can also change the color in other ways such as using adjustments and also using various effects Changing Fill Color of Photoshop Shapes Tutorial


How to export them for use in other applications

You don't have to keep the them only for Adobe ® Photoshop ®, of course not !! You can use them in other applications such as Affinity Photo, PaintShop Pro, GIMP and many more. If you use them as a layer then you can also copy and paste into Illustrator or use the export command to export the path as an AI document and then you can open them in vector applications. You can also just apply them as a pixel / raster image and then save as a PNG or TIFF image and open in Corel PSP and other applications. As the item is a vector, you can make the file size of your raster export any size - say 3000 x 3000 and then import that. You can also use the decorative graphic to create strokes and tiles in PS etc and export them. You can also use them more than once to perhaps build a far more complex image and then export that to another application. You can also save as a PSB file as well via smart objects (linked convert) if you are using the latest versions of creative cloud. Or use visual effects and then export. The set is an unlimited selection of amazing paths that can be of use in many different tools. You can also add the vectors (as layers) to the CC libraries now and then use them in Illustrator and other parts of the CC library direct from that. You can also use the SVG format with the latest versions of the application though sadly the support for import is limited with PS, you can easily import the vector data into Illustrator and other vector applications. Exporting Custom Shapes to Raster / Vector Applications Tutorial



How to use them as cookie cutters in PS

They can be used as CSH vectors in Elements but they can also be used as cookie cutters as well. Select the cookie cutter tool via the PSE toolbox and then you will see the various options on the top PSE options bar such as the vector preset as well as feathering and also crop (which will crop the entire document to the size of the vector graphic). If the crop is not set to on then the result is just placed in the original location with the full document and all the image outside of the cookie cutter removed. While using the powerful cookie cutter in PSE, you can constrain the proportions and apply transformations such as shear and rotate and scale. Once you have the cookie cutter, you can always apply yet another cookie cutter to cut even more away. You can also use the result as a wonderful source for strokes as well as patterns. You can also use visual effects with the cookie cutter tool results. If you want to have the original as well as cookie cutter then before using the tool, simply duplicate the layer as many times as you wish and use the cookie cutter on those (in different locations if you wish) and you can then also combine those multiple cut layers using blending modes such as darken / overlay / exclusion / differences etc


How to use them with perspective warp

You can warp them but before you can apply any warps you have to use the layer menu and convert them to a smart object and then use the perspective warp. You can then modify the presets in 1000s of ways using different combinations of layout and warp options. The tool is great for creating a pseudo 3D effect rotation. You can also turn the result of the warp and the initial material as a source for new object and then re-apply the warp again with different settings to create even more amazing sparkled artwork Tutorial on the perspective warp in Photoshop using the vectors [Youtube]


How to use them as smart objects

One of the best features in Adobe ® Photoshop ® has to be the smart objects. You can quickly convert any into a smart object via the layer menu convert to smart object. The beauty of the smart object is that you can always edit the source material at any point as well as add and remove and change the settings of smart filters applied such as the blur gallery. You can also now save the combined paths and smart filters and adjustment layers and styles into a single linked object via the layer menu (convert to linked) and then bring them back in via the place linked command. You can also store them away for future use via the CC libraries