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Works with: Adobe Illustrator
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Starflash symbols for Illustrator gallery (#65) 170 Starflash symbols / Vector designs for Adobe AI CC 2015 CS4 CS6 CS5 17 16 15 2014 CS4 CS3 etc royalty free. The set includes many different gradient filled starflash symbols, sparking, curved, multi-layered & wonderful artwork for all your projects.
Commercial as well as personal use, use to create items for sale. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
All are vectors for any size of work and are all stored in AI documents and can be loaded via the presets panel. Once loaded, they can be re-colored, modified, distorted, blended, exported and more. PC and MAC OS X.
On purchase of the starflash symbols, you receive the AI files with documentation and gallery and serial.
They are all in standard AI document format. Place the AI set in the presets folder (beneath CC CS6CS5 CS4 etc) though you can also add them to the user section in the application support folder on the mac and the appdata folder on the pc and then you don't have any issues with admin passwords etc, also you can just add them to any folder and then browse for them. Start up AI and then go to the presets panel in Adobe AI and then select the right side menu and then go to the open library and select the file by name (if in presets). Select the presets from the library panel which is a read only file (though you can always edit the source material and change the items there and they will then be reflected in that library when you re-open them). If you wish, you can also just use the open library menu and the other library command to browse for the files. You can also find the same feature via the window menu in AI. You can also open the file via the open command and you will find the presets are displayed ready to be edited and you can then add them into the panel (if they are not located there then they are not presets). Make a backup before you edit the source file though - perhaps save it to a cloud server for safe keeping.
You may find the Star Flash Brushes for Photoshop and PS Elements and PSP etc of interest
Commercial use, royalty free, all are by Andrew Buckle (graphicxtras.com). You can use them to create items for sale such as logos (part of), leaflets, books, illustrations, adverts, packaging, videos, documentation, advertising, fashions, t-shirts, shoes, web pages, jackets, skateboards, ceramics, etc If you have any questions, please contact us via our contact page (email, twitter, etc)
You can find all our videos about them via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube. You can find out how to add them to your document and use them with the artboards, how to re-edit them, how to apply them, how to use them with the sprayer tool, how to combine them with other paths, how to export them to Photoshop and Affinity Photo, how to use them as other resources and much more. If you have any questions, I will try and create a video or two on the subject
You can use them in AI, you can totally ignore PS (you wouldn't, surely). You can use them in PS, simply select the item and then copy the item and then paste them into PS. You can also save the file via the save command to AI format as well as PDF or EPS. You can also save them via the export command to PNG and other formats but then the items will be raster format files. You can also drag them into the artboard and then use them in PS via that. You can combine multiple items and copy them into Adobe ® Photoshop ® or combine them with appearances / effects etc and copy those into the app. You can also do much the same with the files if you wish to copy and use them in Affinity Photo (though the CC library is not available). Many other apps can also use the AI files