100 Dog custom shapes for Photoshop CC CS2 CS1 CS5 CS6 CS4 CS3 Elements PSP GIMP Painter etc includes basic, barking, snarling, different breeds, looking / staring, sketched, wagging tails, silhouettes, scratchy and more
Set comes in CSH file format for ease of use and also EPS format (you can use those in many other applications). They can be combined, re-colored, modified, exported, effects applied, used as masks, used as selections and more. You can also export them to other formats such as PNG and TIFF
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Commercial use, royalty free. All can be used in 1000s of your projects such as books, leaflets, parts of logos, kits, shoes, fashions, adverts, items for sale and much more.
On buying the dog shapes for Photoshop, you receive the CSH presets along with the documentation and gallery and serial.
They can be used in commercial work as well as personal work and can be used to create new items that can be in turn used to create items for sale (CU4CU). They can be used to create logos, adverts, packaging, scrapbooking, items for sale on zazzle, videos, fashions and much more. If you have any questions, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, always happy to answer any questions ?
If you are using the creative cloud, the latest version includes a powerful new library feature - dynamic libraries. You can drag anything (actually not strictly true as it seems I can't save 3D models to the palette) such as type as well as brushes and gradients etc as well as the vectors.
You can drag them to the palette with styles, you can drag them into the palette with smart filters attached as well as adjustment layers and more. Once they are there, and you can place them in different libraries, you can then recall them at any point and place them back into the image (as a new layer). You can also then use the resources on other machines as well as on different OS as well as in Illustrator (and I assume at some point they will be accessible in other parts of the Creative Cloud). It is a very useful tool and probably will become very central to many peoples' workflow. It was introduced with Creative Cloud CC 2014.2
Please check out our video section on youtube, there are many different videos there about the how to install them, how to use them with the patterns, how to use them to create new resources, blending and combining, how to export them to other applications and much more. You can find more about them via our graphicxtras channel on Youtube
They are supplied in standard CSH presets and you can simply install them by double clicking the CSH file (this loads them into the application).
You can also install them by adding the CSH presets to the presets folder and then they will be quickly accessible via the right side menu of the preset's palette. You can also just use the load / replace commands to browse for the CSH.
You can also double click the CSH in Adobe PS to load them as well as right click the CSH file to load them
You can take any of the items in the set and warp and distort them and then select all the points and use the edit menu define custom .. and voila, a new item for your collection which if the CSH file is saved can then be used over and over. You can also save the same artwork to the new libraries feature if you are using CC 2014
You can also create new vectors by creating any number of paths from the set and also any number of new paths (say ellipses or squares or other artworks) and then selecting all of them go to the layer menu and the combine command and then use either unite or subtract etc Select one of the tools (rectangle etc) and then you will see a selection of icons appear along the top of PS - go to the path operations icon and open that to select the merge command. You can then go to the edit menu and define the item as yet another preset for your collection.
You can also create new artworks from the supplied vectors by using the pen tool to move various points (perhaps remove as well as add additional points). Personally, I think you best option is to copy the vector paths and then paste into Illustrator (if you are using the creative cloud) and then manipulate all the points there and re-copy the item back into PS and then use the edit menu define command to save the work.
Just check the preview link in the product section, that shows a large thumbnail image of all the items included in the set.
They are vectors so the actual work can be any size and they can also be applied in any color, the thumbnails are fairly small - you can use them for small as well as super large projects. Another more useful option would be to check out the excellent presets browser available from Tumasoft software as that can show all the thumbnails as well as export items as PNG etc
They can be used in commercial work as well as personal work, you can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create new items that can be sold and so on (CU4CU). They can be used to create logos, books, illustrations,CD covers, advertising, packaging, posters, caps, textiles, ceramics, skateboards, leaflets, web sites and pages, templates, videos and much more. You can use them to create millions of stunning unique graphics. If you have any questions about them, please contact us
You can use them in the blur filter in Adobe PS. Use the blur filter to create a vast range of unique image effects from painted to weird and distorted effects as well as just adding subtle changes to any image. You can apply them in the blur once or multiple times. You can also combine with blending modes and other effects - the blur can also be combined with PS actions. You can also use the blur via the smart filters by simply turning any selected image or object or path or layer into a smart object and then adding the blur once or multiple times as well as with different settings
On purchase, you receive the download ZIP from shareit.com (who supply all our downloads and handle all the purchase transaction) The ZIP contains the CSH presets along with documentation and gallery and serial number.
They were created in Poser. The 3D renders were exported into Illustrator and they were imaged traced. They were then exported via the clipboard into Adobe PS as paths and they were captured via the define menu command. They were all then saved as CSH presets for use in PS and PS Elements. The format saved was for PS 6 (yes, PS 6 still works even now on Windows 8.1)
You don't have to keep them only for Adobe PS, of course not, you can use them in other applications such as 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 for the file to be opened in some vector applications.
You can also just apply them as a pixel / raster image and then save as a PNG or TIFF image and open that file in PSP and other applications. As the layer is a vector, you can make the file size of your raster export any size - say 10000 x 10000 and then import that.
You can also use them to create brush strokes and tiles in Adobe PS and others and export any of those. You can also use them more than once to perhaps build a far more complex imagery and then export that to another application.
You can save the images as a PSB file by using the smart object menu "convert to linked" command. Or use visual effects and then export.
They can be used as a layer and they can be modified by PS Styles such as gel styles, outline styles, metallic, fur etc