Updated: March 10th, 2015
100 Overlay custom shapes for Photoshop CS1 CS2 CS5 CS6 CS4 CS3 Elements includes jagged, Islamic, scratchy, hashed, random, rough, grunge, background, crackled and many more. PC MAC.
CSH format. The overlay shapes for Photoshop are pattern-like but they are not patterns, they are not seamless.
You can combine the Photoshop overlay shapes / textures in countless ways as well as use them as a source for new presets (such as new brushes). The Photoshop overlay shapes are all vectors for any size of work.
Use the artworks as shape layers, as fills, as selections, masks, paths. Load via the open command in Adobe PS and elements or use via the shapes palette load / replace menu - apply them all via the Photoshop toolbox. They can be applied in any color, they can be transformed (scaled, warped, rotated), broken apart, parts selected and used (you don't need to use the whole shape), exported to other applications and much more.
On purchase, you receive the CSH set as well as documentation and gallery and serial.
80 Overlay custom shapes includes complex, rough, cutting, warped and many more.
CSH format. The Photoshop overlay shapes are vectors for any size of work.
Load the overlay shapes via the custom shapes palette load / replace menu in Adobe PS and then use the overlay shapes via the Photoshop toobox as well as the elements' cookie cutter tool and also "shapes blur" for the most amazing unique blurs ever. Re-color them, warp them, combine them, blend them and much more.
Commercial use (CU4CU), use to create items for sale. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com and you can use them for 1000s of your projects such as backgrounds, adverts, packaging, videos, logos and much more.
Use the overlay shapes in Adobe PS CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 as well as creative cloud and also in PS Elements. PC and MAC OS X. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
80 Overlay shapes including sharp edges, jagged, cris cros, scratchy, distorted, hatch, crackled and more.
Commercial (CU4CU) use. The Photoshop overlay shapes can be used in countless projects such as ceramics, textiles, fashions, website creations and projects, textures, parts of logos, packaging, videos and much more.
PC and MAC OS X.
CSH and this is only for Photoshop and PS Elements.
90 Graphics including complex and overlapping shape decorative graphics. They are large vectors with patterns but they are not seamless.
CSH format - on purchase, you receive the download to the set along with documentation and gallery and serial
PC and MAC OS X.
Commercial use. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com, all are vectors for any size of work so you can use them to create small as well as huge posters and that makes them and excellent source for many other resources for use throughout Photoshop as well as beyond.
80 Overlays including unusual graphics, hatches, jagged and more for use in CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 (all versions of the Adobe Creative Suite) as well as PS Elements. Vectors for any size of work. Apply once or multiple times. Apply to a single part of an image or use in different areas or over the entire artwork.
Re-colors, modify them, warp them, export them and much more. All the Photoshop overlay shapes in CSH which can be loaded via the open command or via the presets palette.
Commercial (CU4CU). Use the items to create items for sale such as skate boards, posters, prints, cushions, planners, logos, wall paper, flip flops, earrings, T-shirts and more.
Overlay shapes - how can I use them in Adobe PS and others ?
You can use them to create commercial as well as personal work, you can also use them to create items that can be used in turn to create items for sale. You can use the them to create logos, books, illustrations, adverts, surreal, packaging, mugs, videos and much more.
If you have any questions, please contact us on email@example.com
Photoshop overlay shapes - loading them
You can load them by
1) double click the CSH
2) right click the CSH and select the file
3) place the CSH file in the correct presets folder and then access by name via the presets palette in PS
4) Use the presets palette to load / replace the files
5) Access via the edit menu preset manager
6) In some versions, use the file open command