Artist: Andrew Buckle
Compatible software: Photoshop, Elements
License: Full Extended Commercial
Free: Free samplers
Grid shapes for Photoshop gallery ... (V13) 340 Vector artworks for CC 2015 2014 CS6 CS5 CS4 etc Elements for all kinds of work. Commercial (CU4CU) use. All are by graphicxtras.com and can be used to create countless items for sale. Many different types are included in the set such as perspective ones, outlines, checkerboards, spaced, wire frame, basic and many more. CSH format. All are vectors for any size of work. They can be combined, modified, distorted, exported and much more. A powerful toolkit of wonderful images for all your projects. On buying the set, you receive the CSH presets as well as documentation and gallery and serial number.
Photoshop grid shapes gallery ... (V127) 60 Tabular Graphics for all kinds of work - many different vectors are included in the set such as thick lines, thin lines, tables, weird layouts, basic paths, columns, alternating and many more. Commercial use, royalty free, no time limits, world wide use, no credit is required. Wonderful artworks for you to buy and then use to create books, adverts, illustrations, posters, packaging, mugs and much more. CSH format. PC and MAC OS X
Grid shapes gallery ... (V62) 110 Super graphics including curved items, thin line artworks, embossed and many more. They are all for use with Adobe PS CC 2015 2014 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 etc and also for elements 14 - 1 and standalone PS 16- 6. You can use them on the PC as well as MAC OS X (10.11 10.10 10.9 10.8 etc). All are in standard CSH format and these are supplied with documentation and gallery and a serial number for any updates after purchase (the set is sent as a zip file via an e-mail). You can use the CSH presets in 1000s of ways in PS and elements such as via blurs or cookie cutters, as a selection, layer mask, as a source for large brushes, for a patterns source or displacement maps. You can modify them, distort them, edit them (in Illustrator etc), re-color them, use them as a layers, use with effects and styles and adjustment layers, use them in video timeline and much more.
Grids gallery ... (VS3) 100 Graphics for all kinds of work. Commercial (CU4CU) use - use the items to create items for sale. Many different types of vector tools (perspective, layout, thin, rows, zooms, distorted, flattened, diamonds etc) in CSH - all vectors for any size of work. CSH format - easy to load and use in 1000s of ways. Load them via the file open command (in some versions) as well as use the load / replace command via the presets panel as well as right click the CSH file and open or just double click. Use them via the panel and add as pixels or paths or layers. On purchase of the CSH set, you receive them in CSH along with documentation and gallery and serial
You can use them as is but you can also use them as a wonderful source for all kinds of other presets such as displacement maps. The displacements can be used in the filters such as displace / glass / texturizer / conte etc. To use them, you need to convert the vectors into PSD format and those PSD files can be loaded via the displace filters etc via the browse / load command. The PSD files can be created in numerous ways by using the vector artworks. You can use them once or multiple times or perhaps in different combinations of the vectors as well as combining with effects and other color filters. The vectors can be used with any size so the displacement maps can be set to any size. If you wish to use them in other apps then you may wish to use them as PNG format files instead though many apps can read PSD files. If you save the files as PNG format then you can also use them in other applications such as Affinity Photo
You may find the grid fonts for use and interest in many ways in many different apps
You can use them for PS and elements to create items for commercial as well as personal use, you can also use them to create items that can be used in turn to create items for sale CU4CU. You can also use them to create logos (at least part of a logo as the items are not exclusive), brush strokes, adverts, packaging, videos, textiles, fabrics, leaflets, scrap booking, mugs, mouse mats, hats, posters, web pages, documents, items for sale on Zazzle.com, selling items on Cafepress.com, catalogs, skateboards, tiles and much more. If you have any questions, please contact us via our contact page such as leaving a note on our dicussion section or Youtube message board.
You can find all our videos via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube. You can find out how to install them, apply them as layers and paths and fills, how to use with styles, how to use visual effects, how to export the images to other applications, convert them into smart objects, use them with layer effects, use them with adjustment layers, modify the points, re-define them and much more. Any questions, please contact us via our contact page (email, twitter, Youtube etc) and I will try and create a video or two about the subject. How to combine multiple items to create one super grid image / vector path in PS as well as add visual effects (shadows etc) ? Video showing how to combine multiple paths [Youtube]
The sets include many different artworks but the artworks can be used as layers and as layers they can be combined in millions of ways. They can also can be combined into a smart object and to do this, just select two or more of the vector layers and then go to the convert to smart object and that can be stored quickly into the CC libraries linked assets panel for future work. You can also physically combine them using the combine command found in the same menu and you can also subtract etc as well to create millions of different combinations from the same as well as other artworks. You can also use the direct selection points tool and select all the items and then go to the merge components found along the top bar of PS and if you wish to use it as a CSH vector in future projects you can also then go to the edit menu and use the define custom command. So instead of having one basic table / layout, you can then generate more complex work as well as perhaps simply the work as instead of having 16 or 20 cells in a table, you can cover up some of the cells and remove them from the work. To remove cells, simply select the rectangle tool or the pen tool and then use the direct selection tool to select all the items and combine / unite the work and then use the merge command or edit menu define custom command.
You can use them as is and they can remain as fills or layers or paths etc but you can take any of the art items from the panel and add them to the document / image and then select the entire object or part of the object and then edit menu define brush command. You can also combine the artworks with gradients and patterns as well as effects or perhaps add the item with opacity set to 50% or perhaps use different blending modes - the combinations are endless. You can then use the generated preset as a new brush stroke throughout the application or perhaps save it as a PNG file and use in another app or just copy the resource to the CC library for use in future projects. You can also find numerous similar table themed artworks available on the site which include even more variations on a theme
In previous versions of PS, if you create a table layer and then you wanted multiple shadows you could do that in a number of ways such as perhaps create multiple copies of the original object and then add layer effects to all of those and then move the shadows to different positions. Another way would be to add a shadow and then use the create command in the same menu to create a new shadow which can in turn then have additional shadows and the process could be repeated creating 5 or 10 shadows from a single object. Another way would be to convert the entire artwork into a smart object and add a shadow to that and then convert that into a smart object and add a shadow and so on. With the CC 2015 release, you can now add multiple shadows (as well as multiple gradients and glows etc) by using the dialog itself by clicking the little + button beside the shadow section and you can create now up to 10 different shadows (a lot easier)
With the latest CC 2015.1 release, you can now customize the toolbar (after years of waiting for such a feature - yeah!) and so if you have a favorite tool then that can be placed at a better location (perhaps at the top) of the toolbar. In the case of the items on this page, the CSH tool can be moved away from the rectangle and ellipse etc tools and placed at a more convenient location. Use the edit menu toolbar command. Customize the Photoshop Toolbar Tutorial
CC 2015 2014
CS6 CS5 CS4
CS3 CS2 CS1
Elements 14, 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1
Stand alone 16 - 6