graphicxtras.com > Abstract shapes / fonts EPS for PSP, Word, CorelDRAW, Affinity Photo inc. warped, distorted
Works with: Photoshop, Elements, PSP, GIMP, Pages, Illustrator, Microsoft Word, Affinity Photo etc
Format: TTF, EPS
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Abstract font shapes gallery (#143) 100 Curved artworks for Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, Painter, PSP, CorelDRAW etc. Set includes weird abstract shapes, tile shapes and more. The set includes all the paths in TTF truetype format and EPS format (a standard vector format for most applications).
On purchase receive those along with a gallery and serial and notes and keyboard guide.
For PC and MAC OS X as well as Linux and Android and iOS and other platforms. The abstract shapes can be re-colored, they can be filled, modified, blended, combined, joined with other elements, used as masks, effects applied (though this does depend on the application) as a source for presets and much more.
Commercial (CU4CU) use as well as personal use and can be used to create items for sale such as books, logos, skateboard, illustrations, ceramics, textiles, wallpapers, web pages, elements on a page, mugs, posters, leaflets, cards, birthday cards, business card elements and much more. They are easy to load and install (as with any font) and add the decorative images via the keyboard.
The abstract shapes set also includes the same artworks in EPS and they can be loaded via the picture or import or place commands of many different applications.
Abstract bit shapes gallery (#138) 100 Bit vector graphics includes abstract art, blots, scattered, splatter, hashes and more. Use them in 99% of applications such as Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Publisher, Apple Pages and others.
227 Rounded artworks includes rounded, marks, aztec, indian, dividers, sparks, connected items and more for use with Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and earier and PS Elements, all versions of creative suites, Adobe Illustrator, Photo-Paint, Microsoft Word, CorelDRAW, Inkscape and many more.
Curve shapes font gallery (#144) 100 Graphics including tiles, embossed, extruded, rows, dividers, extruded, shadows, stars and much more. They are in TTF and eps vectors for use in CorelDRAW, Adobe Indesign, Pages, Publisher, PS Elements, Microsoft Word, GIMP and others.
Tile font shapes gallery (#104) 100 Tile artworks paths in a single TTF file includes tiles, weird, elaborate ornamental, constructive, broken, tiles, curved, circular, squared, frames, lines and many more. All are in TTF and EPS
Abstract shapes gallery (#5) 184 Drop themed artworks including warped and weird, distorted, fish, curved, pulsed and many more in TTF true type format as well as EPS format. Commercial
The set is supplied with the items in TTF and EPS format. How to install the truetype set ?? They can be installed in much the same way on the pc and the mac though the tools, of course, vary. On the PC, select the TTF and drag them into the control panel and the font panel and they will be added to the same section as the Times New Roman / Verdana / Open Sans etc. You can also right click the TTF and select the viewer app and then install it via that. On the Mac, instead of the viewer app you can use fontbook application - so right click and that will appear in the menu and you can select that to add the set to the OS. You can also drag the TTF file into the app. You can find the mac tool in the applications folder. Once you have added the TTF to the system / user account then you can access them via the typeface dropdown or text panel of many applications and add them to the artboard / document via the text tool / type tool (the name varies from app to app)
You may also be interested in some abstract brushes and perhaps the related custom shapes set
The EPS artworks are the same as the ones supplied in the TTF. They were created at the same time using the same application. The EPS files can be loaded into many apps and do not need to be added to a particular folder in most cases (I am certain there are software tools that do require them to be in a certain folder but apps such as Photoshop do not). You can also convert the vector EPS files into PNG via a number of free apps that are available on the web and they can be found by a quick search for 'free conversion or convertors of EPS to PNG' via google. The EPS files can loaded via the file open command as well as the file place or import command (this varies as well). They are normally rasterized on import if you are using them in tools such as PSP. If you are using them in Illustrator then the EPS files are still vectors and can be edited in even more ways. You can use them once or multiple times.
A recent addition to the PS app is the glyphs panel and the glyph panel means the artworks can be accessed even easier than just typing a character on the keyboard. Select the type tool in PS and then set the typeface and color and size and then go to the type panel and then select the panels and glyph. You will then see all the art included in the TTF set. You can change the display in a number of ways. You can double click the items and then they are added to the current text selection. You can then manipulate them in many different ways such as adding styles and color etc to the work. You can also use the type menu to convert the item into the native custom format and then they can be defined via the edit menu if you wish or you can also save them to the CC library for future use without the need to load the items via the typeface
You can also use the TTF truetype file in many apps. You can also use the eps files in many apps. One of the most recent apps (and perhaps one of the best in recent years) has to be the Affinity Photo too. You can add the TTf via the artistic text tool and frame text tool by setting the typeface and size etc as required. You can also convert the result to a curve via the convert command. You can also add styles and live effects etc to the type / text. That can also be added to the EPS files which can be added via the file open command as well as the file place command though you will have to convert them to PNG format if you wish to use them a source for patterns and brushes etc. You can modify the vector artwork in Affinity Photo and you can also do the same in Affinity Designer. You can also merge them with other layers, use them with live effects, use them with adjustment layers and much more
You can also use them in commercial and personal use. You can use them to create new items for sale as well as use them to create logos (remember they are non exclusive though) as well as documentation, galleries, textiles, hats, carpets, textures, fabrics, adverts, videos, web pages and much more. Any questions, please let us know
You can find all our videos about TTF files and EPS via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube.com. You can find many others on the Tipdesk.com as well as vimeo.com. You can find out how to load them, how to use them in Affinity Photo, how to use them in PSP, how to use them as a layer, how to use them as a source for patterns, how to edit them, how to convert them to curves and much more. Any questions, please let us know
You can use them as is in PSP and you can use one or more characters via the text tool by adding them via the keyboard, just set the required typeface and color and size. You can also convert the items into a native format by selecting them and then right click and selecting the convert command. Once you have converted them to the native format you will have to go to the layers panel and change the names (if you wish to save them as native format via the export command) as there will be a potential for name clashes. Export them via the file export command. You can also add into the mix things such as colors, gradient, patterns, styles and more. You can also use the items as a tube if you rasterize the image and then export the item via the file export menu command to psptube. You can also use them as a source for custom brushes by using them via the brush tools and options; or save them as a PNG file and then use them as a source for unusual surreal patterns and displacement maps