graphicxtras.com > Fleur-de-lis shapes for Photoshop and Elements 2015 CS5 CS4 CS6 etc heraldic, emblems, chilvary
Works with: Photoshop, Elements
Format: CSH or PDF (please see the description)
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits
Fleur-de-lis shapes for Photoshop gallery (#55) 100 Fleur-de-lis shapes for Photoshop CC 2015 CS6 CS5 etc Set includes beautiful flourish fleur-de-lis shapes for all kinds of project, medieval or otherwise such as curly, weird, embossed, tiles and embellished and more.
Standard CSH presets and are easy to load and use via the custom shape tool in Adobe ® Photoshop ® and Elements as well as the cookie cutter in PSE. They are loaded via the open command as well as via the presets panel load / replace command. They can be combined as well as blended with underlying images, they can be re-colored via the toolbox, they can be exported via the pasteboard to other applications, they can be saved as raster format PNG or JPGs for use in other applications, they can be smeared, warped, distorted, transformed, effects can be applied, layer effects can be applied such as metallic or wooden effects and much more. For PC and MAC OS X.
Commercial use, royalty free
On purchase of the CSH format fleur-de-lis shapes, you receive the CSH along with documentation and gallery and serial number for any updates of the set
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They can be used as before with CC 2015 2014 and CS suites. The vector artworks in PDF and CSH can all be used throughout much of the creative cloud. With the latest release, 2015, you can now use them in many more ways such as combining them with multiple styles such as multiple shadows and strokes. You can also re-color the artworks in many different ways using the powerful new smart adjustments in PS such as adding a changeable hue / saturation or curves or photo filte etc. You can modify them all via the layers panel. You can copy the items from PS into the creative cloud libraries and then use those resources now in Illustrator as well as After Effects and Premiere etc. You can then add them to the artboards etc quickly as a linked or place item. If you add them as a linked item then any changes to that will be reflected throughout the rest of the cloud. If you select to add them as a placed item then any changes are not reflected in the library (hold the option key down) or use the right click menu command to place the vectors
You may find the fleur-de-lis fonts of use and interest and you can use them in Pages, PSP and many other applications
You can use the CSH as well as the PDF artworks as a great source for amazing new patterns / seamless tiles. The best approach is either to go for a solid background and fill that with a number of the artworks and then use blending modes when you combine them (or opacity). You can also create far more interesting patterns by using them as layers and deleting the background to add some transparency to the artwork. You can still create very complex artwork if you have the transparency. You can also use the offset filter to move the tiles and build many different layers for use as a seamless tile. You can then define any generated work via the edit menu and then use the results via the edit fill command and now with the scripts feature, millions of wonderful backgrounds etc can be created (they work best with transparency)
They are opened by double clicking the CSH presets, you can also right click the CSH presets and use the open by PS option though you may see multiple versions. You can also open the sets sometimes via the open command, likewise via the edit menu preset manager. You can also place them into the presets folder and then access the CSH file via the presets panel right side menu. You can also use the presets panel right side menu to load / replace the CSH files in Adobe ® Photoshop ®.
You can apply PS Styles such as metallic effects to the vectors (there are 7000 styles available on the graphicxtras site). They need to be applied as a layer (this is set via the top menu of PS and not set as a pixel). You can also modify the style via the layer menu and layer effects by adding new drop shadows, glows etc. With the most recent release (2015), you can now add multiple shadows and glows and gradients etc to the layers
The PDF files are not CSHs, they are in standard Adobe Acrobat format and that is quite a common format and can be opened by many apps such as PSP, Illustrator etc. You can generally open them via the file open command but in most cases you can also open them via an import or place command such as in Adobe ® Photoshop ®. The PDF files often are more complex than the CSH format ones but many are based on a common source. If you can't open them and it is quite a quick and easy test (select one of our sampler sets and try to open them in your favourite app) then you will need to find a conversion tool and there are many free ones available as well as more expensive. If you have Adobe ® Photoshop ® or Illustrator this should not be an issue as they can convert the file to PNG or TIFF etc
You can use them for commercial and personal use, you can also use them to create new items that can in turn be used to create items for sale CU4CU. You can also use them to create logos, templates, scrap booking, web pages, adverts, videos, packagings, postcards, cards, posters and much more.
You can find all our videos about the artworks on our graphicxtras video channel on youtube.com as well as on TipDesk.com. You can find out how to load them, how to use as paths and layers and fills, how to add fill and strokes, how to distort them, how to export them, modify the artwork, use them with blending modes, use in animations, use in videos and much more. If you have any questions, please let us know and I will try and create a video or two or three about the subject.
You don't have to keep the vectors as is, you can modify them in numerous ways. You can use Adobe ® Photoshop ® to do any modifications but the tools are fairly limited compared with Adobe Illustrator (if you are using the Adobe Creative Cloud you probably are using both Illustrator and PS). They can be warped and distorted as a vector graphic and re-saved as a CSH. You can also copy them via the pasteboard to Illustrator and then edit the vector via all the new powerful pen tool / selection tools in CC. vThe modified artwork then be re-copied back to PS. They can also be combined with other paths (as well as subtracted from) to create a new vector (via the define command in the edit menu)