Owl Custom Shapes for Photoshop / Elements

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100 Owl shapes for Photoshop CC 2015 2014 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 14 13 12 Elements etc --- many different exciting graphics including scratchy, rough artworks, cartoons, silhouettes, different poses, flying, realistic, woodcut, rough and more. PC and MAC OS X. CSH + EPS format - on purchase, you receive those files along with a gallery and serial and notes. The shapes are very easy to install and use, simply add them via the open command or use the preset manager or access direct from the shapes palette. Use the hi-impact animals in PS Elements with the cookie cutter; as well as using the tools with powerful Photoshop shape blur tool to create truly unique and wow blurring effects for all kinds of use. They can be combined, modified, re-colored, warped, exported and more. Combine them with your own scenes and photographs as well as blending them with other animal sets found on this site. Use to create items for sale such as posters, adverts, scrap booking, mugs, packaging, cards, wrapping paper etc. The EPS decorative graphics are great for use with Illustrator, GIMP, CorelDRAW, PSP etc Commercial use, royalty free, world wide use, no credit is required. All are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle.

Owl shapes for Adobe ® Photoshop and Elements


How to load them into PS ?

They are stored in CSH and can be loaded by double clicking the shape CSH presets, you can also right click the CSH file and select the open command. You can also load them by placing the CSH file in the presets folder and then selecting the name of the file from the right side menu / palette. You can also use the presets palette to load and replace the Vector graphics. You should also be able to load and replace them via the edit menu preset manager but this is not available in all versions as well as open the CSH presets via the open command.



What can I do with them ?

You can use them in commercial projects as well as personal ones, you can use them to create new Vector graphics that can be used to create items for sale CU4CU. You can use them to create logos, books, illustrations, adverts, cards, posters, documentation, mugs, fashions and more. If you have any questions, please contact us via our contact page (email, twitter, youtube etc) Examples 1 / Example 2 / Example 3 / Example 4 / Example 5 / Example 6 / Example 7 / Example 8 / Example 9 / Example 10 / Example 11



Video tutorials - how can I find out more about the subject ??

You can find all our videos via the graphicxtras video channel on youtube where you can find out how to turn them into smart objects, use the shapes as a source for amazing brushes, how to use them in combo with Adobe PS actions and much more. If you have any questions about the files, please contact us and I will try and create a few videos on the subject



How do I color them ???

Depends how you apply them. As a layer, you can add color via the PS Styles, you can also use the fill / stroke properties and you can set those to a solid color as well as a gradient and pattern. If applied as a pixel fill, you can apply as a solid color but then you can also quickly apply various colors via the brushes tools as well as via effects such as the powerful camera raw filter as well as any of the amazing adjustment settings such as color lookup



How to use them in other applications ??

You can use them in PS and PS Elements but say you want to use them in Adobe AI then you can copy the vector graphics via the clipboard / pasteboard to Illustrator (a great place to modify the shapes Vector graphics). You can also export the vector graphics via the file save command to PSD and PDF. You can also apply the shapes as a pixel and save the transparency of the preset (remove the background layer) to a PNG image and they can then be used in PSP and many other applications.



How to add styles to them ??

The presets can be applied in three different ways ( layer, path and fill pixel). Apply them as a layer and then you can apply PS Styles to the shape. The shapes can then be turned into a metallic or a rough image or a woodland graphic and much more. You can also modify the Photoshop style via the layer menu. You can also convert them into a smart object and apply a Photoshop style and then convert that shape combo into a new smart object (#ia the layer menu smart objects command) and then apply a Photoshop style to that.



How to create new ones from the current set ???

You can use them as a layer and then you can set the path operations (top menu bar) to combine or subtract etc and add additional paths. You can then go to the edit menu and select the define command to create a new one. If the command is not available (and for some reason it does happen), use the direct selection tool in the Photoshop toolbox to select the entire vector graphic and then use the edit menu command.



How did you create them ?

All are by Andrew Buckle. The birds were created in Poser (Smith Micro application) as 3D renders of birds and they were exported as PNGs. The bird renders were then imported into Illustrator and traced and then those were copied to PS and converted into a custom shape via the edit menu command. The CSH presets was then saved (as a PS 6 format file). Some of the shapes were also created from scratch in Adobe AI



How to add effects to them ???

You can apply PS Styles to them, you can also add standard PS effects / filters. All the effects in the filter gallery can be used and tools such as Oil Paint (if using CS6 and CC) as well as the powerful camera raw filter or HDR toning tools



What version of CSH presets ?

They are in CSH format 6. You can use the shapes in all versions up from that so you can use them in Adobe PS CC CS6 CS5 CS4 etc as well as stand alone versions 16-6 as well as PS Elements 14-1 on the PC and MAC