graphicxtras.com > Best Rosette shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 2015 Elements inc. intricate, flowers, harmony
Works with: Photoshop, Elements
Format: CSH or PDF (please see the description)
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits
Photoshop rosette shapes gallery (#190) 80 Vector rosette shapes for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS1 CS2 CS3 CS5 CS4 CS6 14 13 Elements etc as well as standalone versions. CSH format. Many different and unique standout artworks are included in the set including extruded rosette shapes, rounded, basic, intense, elaborate and many more.
Vectors for any size of work. They are a great source for brushes, patterns and much more. Load the vector paths via the presets panel and apply as layers, paths or fills. They can be modified, distorted, combined, modified, exported to other applications and more.PC and MAC.
Commercial use CSH format files, royalty free, no time limits, world wide use, no credit required. Use them to create logos, books, illustrations, documents, adverts, packaging, scrap booking, leaflets, web pages, ceramics, textiles, fashions, items for sale on CafePress etc.
On purchase of the rosette shapes, you receive the CSH file along with documentation and gallery and serial
Rosette Photoshop shapes gallery (#189) 80 Vector graphics in CSH for use in Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS6 - 6 as well as PS Elements 14 - 1 PC and MAC, many different unique graphics for commercial (CU4CU) use, use to create items for sale and more. CSH
Rosettes gallery (#VS2) 100 Graphics for CC & CS 6 - 1 and Elements includes sketched, curved, abstract, warped, distorted, asterisks and more. CSH format. Commercial use
Rosette shapes gallery (#46) 100 Artworks for PS CC 2015 CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and PS Elements. CSH format. Many different designs
Gallery of all the items in the set (#97) 210 Rosette Photoshop shapes including aztec themed, bursts, chunky, circular, wheels and more for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 (PS 16 - 6) and PS Elements - CSH format
You can use them (CSH or PDF etc) as a wonderful source for amazing new brush strokes in many applications. You can use apply them once or multiple times (with effects etc) and then use the edit menu define brush command and then apply them via the brush tools in Adobe ® Photoshop ®. As the source files are all vectors, the brush strokes can be any size as well and can be modified in 1000s of ways to create ever more unique and amazing art. They can also be saved as PNGs and used in PaintShop Pro as brushes or even as a source for amazing picture tubes or patterns.
You may be interested in rosette fonts for use with Pages, Indesign, Affinity Photo, CorelDRAW, Microsoft Word etc or perhaps rosette patterns for Photoshop which can also be used with PSP, Pages, PS Elements, Affinity Photo etc
On purchase, you receive a download link to the ZIP (stored on shareit.com) and the ZIP contains the PDFs (if you are purchasing the PDF set) and the CSH otherwise. The sets also include documentation and a gallery of all the graphics along with a serial number for any future updates.
The easiest way has to be to double click the CSH file (supplied in the zip[ file) and they are then loaded into the presets panel. You can also right click the CSH file and then select the open option. You can also place the supplied CSH into the s presets path of Adobe ® Photoshop ® or PS Elements and then access the file by name via the right side menu of the presets panel. You can also use the same menu load / replace commands
They can be combined in millions of different way. Though I mention PS, the same approach can be used in other applications - in particular with the sets. The paths are all vectors so can be used with any size of document - so they can be used with 100 x 100 or 5000 x 5000. The examples of the page as well as the thumbnails are all fairly small (to keep the filesize down for the web pages). They can be combined as layers as well as via the fill pixels option (set via the top control bar of PS). If applied as a layer, they have an added advantage of remaining as vectors and also they can be aligned and distributed - useful if you wish to create a more symmetrical image. You can also remove the path at any point or disable via the panel. You can also redefine them as a smart object and use them with smart filters such as lens flares, blurs, camera raw filter, fill gallery, stained glass and much more. An alternative solution to the above combinations is just to use a separate application such as Illustrator and then re-copy the work back into Photoshop and then use the define command. The path has been both aligned and distributed and scaled as required and combined via AI's powerful pathfinder tools. Personally, a more useful solution would be for Adobe ® PS to add a pathfinder feature that can combine layers into a single layer but there appears to be no way to do this. Using the merge commands do not preserve the vector layer.
They can be used for commercial as well as personal use, you can use them to create items that can be used to create new items for sale CU4CU, you can also use them to create logos, books, documentation, adverts, packaging and much more. If you have any questions, please contact us
You can use the artworks in the sets in numerous ways but tou can also use them to make additional presets for use in PS and PS Elements as well as other applications. To create a stroke, simply add the artwork as a pixel design in black or any gray and then save the artwork as a PNG file and then load them into PS or Affinity Photo etc and then define them as a stroke. You can also use them as a layer and use that with layer effects etc and also use that as a source for presets Making Photoshop Brushes Tutorial
You can find all our vectors for Adobe ® Photoshop ® and PS Elements videos via the graphicxtras channel on youtube.com. You can find out how to load them, how to color them, how to export them, how to warp and distort, how to combine and much more. If there are any particular questions, please contact us and I will try and create a few videos on the subject.