Updated: January 26th, 2015
100 Ancient Greek ornament custom shapes for Photoshop CC CS3 CS2 CS4 CS5 CS1 CS6 Elements 2014 includes divider, antique, slanted, intense, rounded, singlular, extruded, outlines, shadowed and more.
The Greek ormanent shapes for Adobe PS and others are Vector graphics for any size of work so can be used with small documents as well as with large artworks in Adobe PS. Load the CSH custom shapes Greek ornaments via the custom shapes palette and use via the shapes tool found in the Photoshop toolbox.
They can also be exported as AI (Adobe Illustrator vectors) as well as raster (PNG) for use in many other applications.
All in CSH - on purchase of the set, you receive the CSH file and documentation and gallery and serial
Commercial (CU4CU) use, with all by Andrew Buckle (graphicxtras.com). You can use them to create t-shirts, logos, web sites, web pages, books, mousepads, fashions, ceramics, etc. On purchase, receive CSH + notes + gallery + serial
PC and MAC OS X
Opening Greek ornament shapes in Photoshop and elements
The set is in standard CSH format.
To load them into the app, the best solution is to double click the CSH file and this loads them (adding them to the existing set of paths). You can also right click the CSH file and select the open option or open with. If the file association is set incorrectly then you may end up with Microsoft Word or something else opening but if all is set correct, Adobe PS or Elements should open
Another option is to add the set to the presets folders of PS and elements and then the items should appear in the presets palette right side menu by name. You can also use the same menu to load (again adding the items to the existing set) or using the replace option which removes all the existing before loading.
You can also (in some versions) use the edit menu preset manager
Greek ornament shapes for Photoshop and video tutorials
I have created 100s of videos on the subject of the vector files, you can find all our videos via the video link at the top of the page (it is on the graphicxtras channel on Youtube) and the videos show how to load and install and use as paths and how to warp them, use them with perspective warp, turn them into smart objects, how to duplicate them, how to transform them and much more.
If you have any questions about any of them, please let us know as I am always happy to direct you to a particular video or create a couple on the subject.