Works with: Photoshop, Elements
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits, use in print and web and video and more
120 Flame shapes / Vector designs for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 & CS 6 5 4 3 2 1 2015 Elements
Set includes fiery flame shapes, tattoos, drag car imagery, flickers, hot rods, fires, stretched, curved and many more.
For any size of work. Commercial use, royalty free. All are by graphicxtras.com and can be used to create items for sale.
They are easy to apply and use, simply access the CSH via the toolbox. Also use as cookie cutters in PSE.
They can be combined in millions of different ways as well as re-colored, warped, distorted, used as brushes and patterns and much more.
Any questions about them, please contact us.
PC & MAC.
Flame shapes are supplied in CSH format - on purchase, you receive those along with documentation and gallery and serial
They can be loaded by double clicking the CSH presets. Another approach to loading the CSH presets via the open command of PS and PSE (this works on some versions). Another option to load the CSH is to go to the right side menu of the presets panel (availble when you select the vector tool) and use the load or replace command. You should also be able to access the CSH presets via the edit menu preset manager though this is not the case with all versions.
You may be interested in the flame fonts set for use in PS and PS Elements and Pages and others
You can get a little overwhelmed with the CSH presets available, and if that is the case, a browser would be great. Sadly PS is lacking a browser for its own resources and so you can only see one set at a time (a workaround being that you can load 1000s of them into a single panel). Another solution being the powerful Tumasoft presetviewer Breeze tool which can scan through many different preset types such as CSH and ABR and PAT etc and generate thumbnails etc of the work. A very useful tool and there is a free trial available on their site
They cannot be used directly in other applications so if you have PS or PS elements then you can create them as a layer and then export the vector graphic via the PDF as well as via the export menu ai path option. You can also just export the rasters in PS via the save for web or save command and save as a PNG or TIFF images. You can also save the layers generated by the fire designs to the CC library and the art objects / assets can then be used quickly in Illustrator and other apps
You can find out more information via our video channel on youtube 'graphicxtras'. If you have any questions about how to use the the presets say with patterns etc, how to load them, how to combine multiple fire designs, how to add strokes to the tattoos, how to use them in different image modes, how to convert them into smart objects and use them with the smart filters / smart adjustments and layer styles, how to transform them, how to convert them into sketches, how to use them with third party plugins, etc. please let us know and I will try and create a video on the subject.
They can be used in commercial as well as personal work, you can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create items for sale (CU4CU). They can be used to create logos, books, illustrations, patterns, documents, adverts, fashions, ceramics, tattoos, cards, leaflets, trousers, t-shirts, web pages, posters, mugs and much more. If you have any more questions about them, please contact us
One of the most powerful blur tools (for me) is the shape blur. The tool can be found via the blur menu in the filters menu. This is the only filter that uses the CSH which is a pity as I think many of the plugin tools in PS would benefit by using a source preset to modify the effect (After Effects seems to go out of its way to allow most of its effects to be modified by all kinds of sources but PS seems to be still stuck with filters with often only two or three controls). The blur tool can also be further modified by the fade option as well as blending modes and you can use the tool on channels and also as smart filters so all the effects can be modified at any point (as well as duplicated multiple times
You can use them to create frames. You can use them in pixel mode and add them in black (set to black via the foreground) to the mask by clicking quick mask mode button in the PS toolbox. Add one or multiple presets, the same or different ones and then build up a selection. Exit quick mask mode and the selection will appear and then you can fill that with black or white or a gradient etc or another image. You can also invert the selection via the selection menu by using the select inverse command and then copying and pasting and removing the underlying layer (click the little lock button to unlock the layer) and then you will have a transparent background frame. This can be done with the assets on this page to create a super fiery image but you can also use any other vector preset as well. They are great for creating frames as the presets can be any size and as images come in all sizes, the frame may have to be 4000 x 4000 etc Save the file as a PNG file etc for the transparency [Youtube] Create frames using quick mask mode
The set includes the CSH along with documentation and a (much like the one in the listing above) and a serial number for any future updates of the set
Yes, they do. They work fine with the latest version and with the new features for selecting the fill and stroke etc as well as different stroke options and also better selections of multiple presets