Preset shapes are for Paint Shop Pro (Corel) / PSP X9 X8 X7 X6 X5 X4 etc for use on the PC / Windows 10 8 7 XP etc. The preset shapes for PSP are all for commercial use, all are royalty free, no credit is required, all are by graphicxtras.com. The preset shapes for PSP are for use with scrapbooking, logos, books, illustrations, surfboards, hats etc. The preset shapes for PaintShop Pro sets include 3D, swirl shapes, flourish shapes, Christmas shapes, 3D shapes, rosette shapes, chevron psp shapes, flower shapes, Easter egg shapes, border and frame shapes and more. The preset shapes for psp are all vectors for any size of work in PSP. The preset shapes are all access via the psp shapes tool in PSP and via the preset shapes panel. They can be set to any color such as solid colors and gradients and patterns and textures can be added as can styles. The PSP preset shapes can be added once or multiple times. You can edit the psp shapes. You can use them as layers. You can use them in images. You can use the preset shapes for psp as a frame. You can use them as a great source for picture tubes. You can use them as a great source for amazing new patterns. You can use the preset shapes to create surfboards, kindles, videos, hats, fashions, shoes, adverts - basically anything. On purchase of the preset shapes for PaintShop Pro you receive the artworks in PSPshape format as well as notes and gallery and serial
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Christmas crackers preset shapes includes star filled artworks, lined Xmas crackers, embellished shapes, festive artworks and more
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Beautiful hearts vector graphics includes heart frames, calligraphic hearts, embellished hearts, basic romantic art, flourishes and more
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Exciting hearts and romance vector artworks includes extruded, circular, tiles, embellished shapes, basic hearts and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Spiral shapes for PSP includes tight spiral curls, outline spirals, scrolls, warped spirals, ripple spirals, cut spirals, etc
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Star preset shapes includes weird stars, abstract stars, rounded stars, star sparks, dotted stars, retro, circular, sharp art and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 PSP Starburst Graphics for commercial (CU4CU) use includes asterisks, outlines, chunky, frames, etc.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Arrow presets includes warped arrow shapes, curved arrows, extruded, thin, pointing, outline arrows and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Grid and tables and layout graphics for PSP includes many different layouts, thin tables, different structures and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Mixed surreal graphics for commercial (CU4CU) use includes lines, rounded, eyes, dividers, diagonals, frames etc.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Mixed vectors includes diagonals, frames, space and aliens, ribbed, warped, highlight and many more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Vector artworks include star bursts, petals, lines, chevrons, windmill shapes, glass windows and many more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Art nouveau themed graphics includes frames, heart floral / art nouveau-like and many more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Floral Preset shapes for PSP Vector graphics includes all kinds of flourish and embellished designs
►BUY $7.00 • 130 Celtic and flourish shapes include twirly, flourishes, celtic themed, spiral scrolls and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 165 Flourish and spiral scrolls for PSP
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Flourish graphics includes many different celtic designs, scrolls, floral artwork and more.
►BUY $7.00 • 100 Scroll wave and embellish shapes includes frames, extruded, basic extrudes, double sided, waved, thick, thin and many more.
You receive the set with the PSPShapes included along with documentation and serial and gallery. This is sent to you via e-mail with a download link to the vectors.
You have full extended license, they are for commercial and personal use. You can do everything with them in all your projects. Use them once or multiple times. Use them combined with others, create new items to sell on and much more. All royalty free
All the sets on this page have their origins in the fonts (that is why you can use any of the font sets as a perfect source for a new artwork). It is an unusual application in that it does not make it easy to import vectors into the application. All the vector formats are rasterized on import (then again, many apps do the same thing to be fair). To create my presets, I use fonts combined with a text file filled with 100 characters (the basic keyboard characters as well as a few extra ones that are not visible on the keyboard) and this was then copied into the app for the text tool (they were spread over a number of different groupings as I noticed that version 8 crashes if too many characters were added so had to split them into groups of 10 or so characters). In the end I decided to use X3 as it was a lot more stable with the character groupings so this was no longer an issue. All the layers / characters were given a unique name otherwise the app might display a duplicate error. All the characters were then saved individually using the export command (I have a custom panel set-up for this, as that makes it a lot easier than going back and forth between menus). There may be easier workflows but this is the one that works best for me. It would be great if the application had a vector import (AI etc) and conversion feature but the open command etc have been fairly unchanged for a while now (relating to the vectors). Many of the font sets include many additional characters that cannot be easily accessed via the keyboard without using key combinations so you might see 100 but there may be 200 or so in the set and perhaps some more if there were a few variant sets included.
To install them, you must first find the location of the install folder for your version of Paint Shop Pro and this can be found via the file menu and preferences command and file locations - there are lot of other file locations for deformation maps, environment maps etc You can see the one you want highlighted in the image before. You can either use the existing file location or you can create a new folder for the files, it is up to you. Once found, place the files in that location and re-start. You can add locations as well as remove them. The best location is in your user section (especially if you are just using a standard user account and not admin) as you will not need a password etc to add the files.
They are all vectors and are stored with an arbitrary color (in most cases though some of the sets have bonus items and other color effects attached to the decorative graphic). Before you add the vector, you can change the default color to be used via the materials panel (such as texture, pattern, gradient etc) This does depend on the retain style option though. You can also change the color (or the other color options as well as adding a grain to the vector) via the object selection tool. Click on the vector properties button on the tool options panel, the dialog will allow you to modify the color (though sadly not in real time as it only changes after you click the OK). The fill and the stroke can be modified and can have texture, patterns and gradients added. You can also further modify the color by using effects such as the "artistic effects" "texture effects" "image effects" "art media effects" and many more but any change with these filters will turn the vector into a raster format (sadly there appears to be no smart filter feature as yet available)
Using the tool initially creates a new layer, all subsequent applications of the vectors are added to the same vector layer. You can see all the elements added to the layer via the layers panel. If you wish to add the graphic to a new vector layer then you have to create a new vector layer via the layers menu and then the next drawn graphic will be added to that (and so on). You can double click on the vector layer to display the layer properties such as the blend, opacity as well as styles. You can click on the sub layer items and you can then modify the fill and stroke as well as stroke width and line style etc
If you crop the document, the vector layer remains untouched. The vector graphic can be still moved and rotated and the vector is not reduced down to the size of the remaining document
Go to the layer panel and double click the vector layer (or raster if you have converted them to a raster format). You can modify the opacity, blend mode (normal, darken, burn, dodge etc), blend channel, layer styles such as bevel, inner glow, reflection (something that even Adobe Photoshop doesn't have) etc. The layer styles are very useful if you wish to save the vector (and the vector can have styles) as a PSPTube file. The layer styles are also saved with the preset format so as soon as you select the tool again, you will see the bevel etc as well as the gradient etc
They can be re-sized, rotated etc via the toolbox in PSP so any path can be changed to any angle. To rotate, use the shape tool by going close to the corners and the rotate cursor will appear. Pass over the top of the corners and the scale option will appear. Hold the shift key down when you pass over the middle edge points and you can skew the the selected vector up and down OR left to right. Hold ctrl and shift to skew in both directions.
Select the vector and then click the pen tool - it is just below the tool that creates them in the first place. You will then see the points for the current selected graphic, you can now edit them in countless ways such as shifting individual points or multiple points. Select a point and then drag the point to a different location. Click the nodes (or points on the curve) and you will then see the anchor points for that segment and you can then rotate and drag those anchor points to modify the curve for that selected segment. You can alo right click the nodes and set various things such as node type 'asymmetric' 'symmetric' 'cusp' 'convert to a line' etc which are also very useful in modifying the graphic. You can also use the various options along the top of the app to change the angle of the anchor points etc. You can also right click with selected nodes and flip, mirror, rotate, skew etc to create all kinds of new forms. You can remove all curves by using the convert to line command with all the nodes selected. You can also duplicate them using the edit command (right click with the pen tool) duplicate and then you can also use contract and expand (you can set the expansion via the top bar options) There are also other options available to reverse the path, merge etc. The options are pretty decent and you can use it to manipulate your paths in all kinds of ways
You can also use the organizer feature of PaintShop Pro to scan through all the artworks you have, simply point to the folder and small thumbnails will be generated of all the artworks found - the quality of the image generated is less then desirable though. it does mean you can print out a complete printout of all the artworks (probably a better copy than the one supplied with the set in the ZIP)
You can display the available graphics via the tool options (you might have to go to the view menu and panels menu to display the tool options, though by default the toolbar is displayed). You can also change the category but the third party ones are only visible in some of the categories such as ALL. You can also specify the file location from this panel as well as how the thumbnails are dispayed
3D printing models
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