Polygon fonts / shapes are for Photoshop, PSP, Elements, Indesign, Affinity Photo etc on the PC and mac. The polygon shapes are supplied in TTF truetype font format along with the same designs in EPS vector format. The polygon font shapes are all vectors for any size of work. The polygon shapes can be used in any color. They can be combined in multiple ways with other designs. Set includes triangular designs, hex designs, honeycomb shapes, distorted polygon shapes, frame polyon shapes etc. The polygon font shapes are for commercial and personal use, royalty free, all by graphicxtras.com. The polygon font TTF file is installed via the control panel on the PC (fonts panel) and via the fontbook application on the mac
You can also modify and re-color the polygon font shapes by using tools such as the pattern overlays with pattern designs such as mixed tiles patterns with super colorful designs and a very spotty spots and polka dots patterns and even more amazing bitmap tiles patterns for use in Photoshop, psp etc including geometric and unique tiles You can combine the vector artworks in many different ways to create even more amazing unique polygon shapes for your work. You can also use the polygon font shapes as a great source for designs with Corel PaintShop Pro preset shapes (including polygon shapes etc as well)
On purchase of the polygon font shapes set, you receive the TTF and EPS designs along with a gallery and serial and notes as well as guide to the vector artworks.
The polygon font shapes were all created by Andrew Buckle (graphicxtras) in Illustrator. The designs were all then exported to Fontlab and saved as a TTF + bonus selection of EPS artworks. The polygon designs themselves were all created via a variety of techniques such as using the Colliderscribe plugin from Astute graphics to using the pen tool and direct selection tool in Illustrator
The polygon characters / designs are all accessed via the keyboard. Simply press A to generate one character. Press B to generate another polygon design and the polyon design uses the current color (though this depends on the application). If you are concerned that you don't know which character to type for the polygon designs then in Photoshop as well as Illustrator you can use the glyphs panel to display all the artworks in the set - so now you don't need to remember that C creates a certain type of polygon design. You can also just use the eps artworks that are included and they are also vectors for any size of work and you can add layer effects etc to the polygon artworks to create all kinds of metallic polygon designs, glowing polygon designs and more.