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Works with: Photoshop, Elements, Affinity Designer, Pages, Microsoft Word, PaintShop Pro, CorelDRAW etc
Format: TTF, EPS
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Horseshoe shapes font gallery (V3) 150 Horseshoe shapes / Vector designs in Truetype TTF + 800+ EPS files for Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Pages, Adobe Illustrator, Painter, Xara, QuarkXpress etc. Set includes basic, islamic, hand drawn crackled, distorted, outline horseshow shape, curved, magnet, silhouettes, rough and many more.
The set contains those TTF in EPS format and variants - 800+ amazing artworks and colorful works for your projects. The gallery above shows the original set + all the variants. They are for PC (Windows 10 / 8 / 7 etc) and MAC OS X. They are all vectors for any size of work, document, path and text. They can be combined, re-colored, modified, blended, exported, distorted, warped and more. The horseshoe shapes can be transformed, warped, rotated, perspective applied and more. Access all the graphics as you would with any other typeface such as Times New Roman / Verdana - type A B C D etc. The EPS decorative graphics are loaded via the open command or fill place.
Commercial (CU4CU) use artworks. They are all by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Use them to create items for sale, templates, planners, canvas, posters, key chains, textiles, wallpaper, flip flops, prints, masks, patches, bumper stickers, magazines and much more.
On buying the horseshoe shapes set, you receive them TTF and EPS as well as documentation and gallery and serial and keyboard guide.
They are all in truetype TTF and EPS vector format. The TTF set can be installed on the PC (Windows) by dragging the TTF into the font panel of control panel and you will see the set added to the rest such as Times New Roman etc and you can then view / print etc as normal via that panel; you can also install the TTF using the viewer tool on the PC. On MAC OS X, double click the TTF truetype and the set is then added to the user's font library. You can also drag the TTF file into the FB app. They can then be used via the typeface dropdown of most applications such as CorelDRAW, PaintShop Pro, Microsoft Word, Affinity Photo, Publisher etc though the actual approach varies from app to app - some have a panel, some use the typeface dropdown, some just access them via the menu structure etc. To add the artwork, select the type tool / text tool and type the characters A B C D etc as well as lowercase and numericals
You may be interested in the horseshoe custom shapes set for Adobe ® Photoshop ® and PS Elements
Use in PSP using the text / type tool in the PSP toolbox, search for the set via the typeface dropdown and then add the artworks as required (A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 etc - you can add them once or multiple times) using the text tool and the items are added with the current size and color etc. You can leave them that way if you wish or merge them into the background or raster layer. If you want to use them as a PSP preset then you can right click the generated characters and you will see the option to "convert the" - they can then be saved as a native PSP preset format file via the export command (file menu) and saved as a PSP native format file for future use. You can also save them as a psp tubes and psp brushes as well as a pattern etc by turning them into a raster image and exporting them as a PSPtube or PNG etc file. They can also be modified such as setting the color to a gradient, patterns, textures as well as adding layer effects such as glows and shadows and they can also be saved with the native preset vector file.
There are many different tutorial videos available (by Andrew Buckle) about how to install them, how to use them in Adobe ® Photoshop ®, how to use them in PSP, how to export the images, add layer effects, turn them into smart objects, use them with transformations, use them with the glyphs panel and much more. All the videos can be found via the graphicxtras channel on youtube.com. If you have any questions, please contact us and I will try and add a video on the subject. Please note that I have only so many of the apps such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Pages, MS Word etc and I only have only so many versions of those as well.
You can use them via the type tool in PS and just select A B C D etc but the easiest way to use them is to use the newly added Glyph panel that can be found in the type menu and panels. You can see all the artworks included in the set via the panel so instead of searching through a guide for a particular artwork, just select the type tool and then double click the required glyph and the character will be added to the type with the current color and the current size (you have to make certain that the typeface is set to the graphicxtras set otherwise it will just add Times New Roman or Verdana etc. You can then go to the type menu and convert those characters into a native format and then save them to the CSH panel via the edit menu define command. To be even more useful, it would be great if this panel could be used to access unloaded TTF files as well but sadly it does not)
The core EPS artworks are virtually identical to the works in the TTF (the pack 3 set also includes additional colorful EPS files and includes a total of 800 vector artworks). You can load them in many different apps and the exact way varies from tool to tool. In Photoshop, you can load them via the file open command as well as the file place command. With open, you have to set the resolution and the dimensions of the file as well as the color mode but with the place command that is set for you and you can also re-size and rotate the item to the size of the layer or beyond. You can also add color to the EPS in a variety of ways such as with adjustment layers in Photoshop or adding color overlays in layer effects and more. You can also load them into Illustrator via the open command as well as the place command. The item in PS will be rasterized but they will still be editable but with Illustrator the item remains as a vector throughout. You can open the EPS file in many apps but you can also convert them to any size of file via a number of free apps (search google) and then use them as PNG or TIFF files.
You can use them in commercial and personal work, you can use them to create new items that can be then sold and then used to create new ones and so on. You can use them to create part of a logo, banners, packaging, adverts, web pages, posters, mugs, hats, 3D work, leaflets, videos, fashions, textiles and much more. Any questions about the use of the items, please let us know.