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150 Horseshoe custom shapes for Photoshop CC 2015 CS6 etc Elements, all royalty free. The vector artworks can be combined, modified, re-colored, warped, effects applied, layer effects applied, distortions, points changed, exported and much more. Easy to load artwork for all kinds of work. Access the CSH presets set via the open command or via the presets palette load replace commands. Commercial (CU4CU) use artworks, no time limits for their use - use to create items for sale, videos, wallpaper, patterns, bottles, posters, patches, gloves, fashions, calendars, farm equipment, adverts, packaging, caps and much more.
170 Horseshoe PDF shapes including emboss, shadows, colorful artworks and more. All the artworks are in standard PDF (Adobe Acrobat) and the PDF can be opened and imported into CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 as well as PS Elements, Adobe Illustrator, Apple Pages, Xara and others. PC and MAC OS X. Set to any size. Commercial (CU4CU) use- use to create items for sale, books, leaflets, stationery, books, baby apparel, farm equipment, posters, logos, bags, hats and much more.
100 Horseshoe shapes Graphics including embossed, shadows, 3D, rotated, super colorful artwork and more - a stunning selection of vectors for all kinds of work. Use the artworks in PS and PS Elements, Adobe Fireworks, Apple Pages, Xara Photo and many other applications on the PC and MAC. PDF format. Commercial use, all royalty free PDF format
What can I do with them ??
Virtually anything, you can use them in creative commercial work as well as personal work, you can use them to create large artwork and small artwork, you can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create new artwork for sale. You can use them to create illustrations, documents, adverts, packaging, video, hats, garments, leaflets, textiles, fabrics, carpets, records, CDs, scrap booking items and much more. You can use them world wide, no credit is required and there are no time constraints on their use. All are by this site, graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle
How to install them (CSH) ???
All are stored in CSH. All are vectors which are infinitely more useful than the raster format brushes ABR etc - at least with the vector you can set the size to 2000 x 2000 or 100x100 but with a raster stroke, nope - you are stuck with the same size or less. Sadly, the CSH is probably the least supported format for installation and opening in PS. The easiest way to open the vector graphics in PS is to add the CSH presets to the presets folder in PS or PS Elements and then go to the right side menu of the palette and select the CSH presets - once loaded, access them from the palette (while using the custom shapes tool as well as the cookie cutter tool in PS Elements.) You can double click the CSH file and the presets are then loaded into the palette. You can also right click the CSH file and then select the open command or open with (depends on the file associations) and then all the CSH presets are loaded into the palette. Other options are file open but that only works in some versions
Video tutorials - how to find out more ????
You can find our tutorials via the Youtube site as well as the TipDesk.com website. The tutorials on Youtube are all via the graphicxtras channel. You will find videos on how to install them, use them as smart objects, use as paths, use with renders such as flame and trees, use as a layer, how to use them with smart adjustments, how to use them with smart filters, how to export them, how to use them as layer comps, how to re-color them, combine with others, use with blending modes, use in different color modes, use in different channels and much more. Any questions about the vectors, please contact us.
How to use them as layers and pixels and paths ???
You can use them as fills (pixels / raster) as well as standard paths and as layers. This is set options are available via the top bar once you select the CSH tool in the PS toolbox. Each of the options have their uses, their pros and cons. The layer option is probably the most useful but in all cases, you can use the artwork as large or as small as you wish. The layer option does allow for the combination of styles and also the ability to manipulate the path (via the points or via warping or perspective warp etc), you can also turn the results into a smart object and save those either to a PSB file for future use or use the new creative cloud CC (October 2014 release) libraries feature - you add the layer to the library either as is or combined with adjustments and styles and smart filters. You can also add the fill (which has either been added to the background or another layer) to the libraries. The fill option is perhaps more intuitive to use and quicker to add paths but the layer options does allow for transforms and much more. In both cases, you can combine multiple paths as well as remove elements from those paths or pixels. One advantage of the layer option is that they can be quickly removed or effects added and altered (if smart filters), if added as a fill, the individual elements cannot be updated without un-doing or scrapping the work. Layers have the advantage of combination with the layer comps and layers comps mean you can change the position / style / opacity in seconds for a selection of layers and you can use this to demonstrate different layouts for projects using the same elements. This is perhaps very useful if you are developing web pages where the results are for mobile / web pages etc Hardly mentioned the paths option but they can be useful (especially combined with Illustrator CC 2015 2014 etc) but you can use the paths with tools such as the brushes as well as the flame tool (October 2014 CC release) and tree tool. You can also export the paths to Illustrator via the export command.
How to open the PDF artworks ???
The PDF artworks can be loaded via the open command in PS as well as the place command. The PDF shapes can be loaded via the open command in PaintShop Pro. You can also find many free applications on the web that can convert the items to other formats such as PNG and TIFF. You can use them as smart objects in PS etc and re-size, add smart filters to them to modify them in 1000s of ways. You can also edit the PDF files in the creative cloud in Illustrator and simply open them in Illustrator via the file open and then edit the artwork and perhaps re-save as EPS or SVG etc as required depending on the project.