Flower font shapes gallery ... (V212) 100 Vector designs for CorelDRAW, Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator, Pages, PSP etc includes TTF truetype / EPS set iincluding rounded, intricate, weird, outlines, embellished and many more. They can be re-colored, combined, modified, tweaked, exported, blended, warped, distorted, effects can be applied, use them in animations, use them as a source for amazing brush strokes and tiles and much more. All can be used to create items for sale. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Commercial use, all royalty free, no credit is required, world wide use. On purchase of the set, you receive the TTF and EPS as well as keyboard guide and documentation and gallery and serial. All for PC and MAC
Flower font gallery ... (#145) 100 Artworks including rounded, elaborate, basic, petals, scratchy, sunny artworks, spirals, outlines and more.
Flowers gallery ... (#174) 100 Designs for use in your projects including petals, rosettes, shadows, extrude, outlines, elaborate, embossed, curved artworks and many more
Browse gallery ... (#171) 100 Graphics including curly and petal, curved, embossed, embellished and many more. The set is supplied in TTF and EPS along with documentation and gallery and serial numbers and PDF guide. For use on the PC and MAC. Commercial use, all royalty free
Browse gallery ... (#18) 102 Graphics including basic, embossed, distorted, embellished, outlines, strange and weird and many more
You can use them in Photoshop and PSP and GIMP and After Effects as well as Affinity designer and also Corel Photo-paint as well as Corel Painter and many other apps on the PC and MAC. You can also use them in 3D Studio Max, Premiere, Pages, Numbers, Excel, Microsoft Office and 1000s of other apps
You may be interested in flower custom shapes for PS and PS Elements as well as other sets of brushes and also patterns etc
The paths are all in truetype TTF and EPS vector format. The TTF set can be installed on the PC (Windows) by placing the TTF into the control panel (this has changed from version to version of Windows - certainly different from the old windows 3.0 days). Another option and perhaps a slightly quicker one is to use the right click option. Right click the TTf file and then select the viewer (if available) and then click the install button there (or print, if you just want to print the set) With the MAC OS X, double click the TTF truetype and the FB application will appear and then you can click the install button. The set is added to the current preference such as user or computer (this is set in the FB app via the preferences section). You can also just drag the TTF file from a folder into the FB app and this will then be added to the current preferred location also. You can also use the FB app to remove and disable any app (I prefer the disable option as it means the set is still accessible in seconds of enable). The set can then be accessed via the typeface dropdown of most applications such as CorelDRAW, QuarkXpress PaintShop Pro etc. The vector EPS graphics can be loaded into many apps via the open command as well as place command as well as sometimes via a panel. There are very few applications that fail to support the set (Poser comes to mind as well as Daz Studio and Amberlight). You don't have to load the EPS files as they are totally identical to the TTF ones. The EPS graphics can be quickly loaded into wonderful tools such as Inkscape and modified in many different ways.
The vector graphics included in the set can be used with most applications but if you want to use them as normal vectors then in many cases you will have to expand them or convert to a different format; or if you want to use them as a raster format file such as PNG then in many cases you will either have to use the application's raster command or use an export command to save the files to PNG (or JPG GIF PSD etc). A useful application to convert the vectors is the "font pestle" app but you can generally use most of the top range applications to save them to vector or raster format. Not all applications allow for this though (such as WordPad). Inkscape might be a useful alternative and it is free, you can then save the vector graphics for use in many other formats. The Affinity Designer is a very good app for taking truetype artwork and converting it to vector formats such as EPS and PDF and also SVG (for use on websites etc)
Yes, you can use them to create wonderful new resources such as brushes and patterns for your work. Just apply and then flatten the image and then select the area to be saved as a new resource and go to the Photoshop edit menu and then use the define brush or define pattern command. In other applications it might be a simple case of saving them as a bitmap file and then copying the work into a brushes or patterns folder. How this works does vary from application to application.
This depends on the applications. In some applications you can only add them via the keyboard and set the size and maybe the rotate / shear / scale (if you are lucky). In some apps such as Adobe Illustrator, you can change them in millions of ways using the various path tools / direct selection tool etc. You can also combine them with filter effects or vector effects such as MirrorMe (from Astute Graphics) You can also combine them in numerous ways either by adding as layers and grouping or merging the path information via the combine etc commands.
Sadly, the plugin from Astute doesn't appear to accept text so you will have to expand the text, whether or not you wish to use the items in the set in the 'to be filled' or as the items doing the filling. Expand these via the object menu in Illustrator and then use them with the powerful new ColliderScribe. To use, select a larger path and a small or multiple small paths which can be the expanded items and then apply the plugin via the space fill panel 'make' button. You can create millions of stunning artworks using this tool such as small and large objects, rotated objects, re-sized items and many more. You can then expand or release the result of the plugin's application and then use the result in apps such as Photoshop.
Apply them via the keyboard. If you are using the TTF that is. The TTF artworks are used via the standard type / text tool found generally in the toolbox of most key apps. You just type the artwork via the keyboard such as typing A and B etc and then you will see the artwork. You can then re-color them as well as expand or turn them into outline artwork. You can also use them via the supplied EPS files and they can be generally loaded via the file open command
Commercial as well as personal projects, you can use them to create new items that can be in turn sold for commercial use (CU4CU). You can use them to create items such as logos, books, illustrations, adverts, carpets, textiles, ceramics, skateboards, videos, packaging, items for sale on Zazzle, cafepress, mugs, posters, pens, fashions and more. All are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle.
They were created in Adobe AI and then were copied into fontlab (a really amazing application and one I recommend you check out) and saved as TTF and a set of vector graphic EPS.
You can find all our video tutorials on 100s of different subjects via our graphicxtras channel that can be found on Youtube.com, you can also find many different video tutorials on Tipdesk.com as well as vimeo.com. You can find out how to install the truetype files, you can find out how to use them as a source for patterns, how to use them in native formats, how to use them as a texture, how to re-color the items, how to distort them, how to edit them and much more. Always adding new videos and if you have any suggestions or questions, please let us know