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Works with: Photoshop, Elements

Format: CSH

License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits

Free samplers

Scroll shapes for Photoshop gallery (#S5) 100 Scroll shapes / Artworks for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS3 CS4 CS5 CS6 CS2 CS1 CC 2014 elements. Set includes intense sea waves, flowing scroll shapes, wide, distorted, warped, small curved and many more.


Royalty free, all for commercial (CU4CU) use. Use them to create items for sale such as logos, books, scrap booking, packaging, mugs, fashions, adverts and much more. All are by Andrew Buckle / PC & MAC


CSH format. Easy to load and use via the preset panel. You can also use them as a cookie cutter in PSE. Combine them for Adobe ® Photoshop ® and others, modify, blend, distort, export, use as frames and much more.


On purchase, you receive scroll shapes CSH files + gallery + serial + notes.

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Scroll shapes for Photoshop and Elements

How to open them

They all in the CSH and can be opened by double clicking the CSH presets to load them into the application. They can also be loaded by right clicking the CSH presets and selecting the open option. You can also place the CSH presets into the presets folder and then access via the panel menu as well as load / replace to browse for the files. You can also use the edit menu preset manager in some versions


How to use them with a preset browser

You can find a very good preset browser for the artworks as well as other CSH presets via the Tumasoft website and they have recently added an Adobe Air version which runs on older versions of Windows as well as the MAC and you can use that to browse the shapes as well as export to PNG and much more.


How did you create them

They were all created in Adobe AI using curved paths and using the poweful blending and path combination tools there. They were then exported to PS and saved as a CSH presets in the very early version 6 format so they can be used in all versions from that to the latest in the Creative cloud


Videos tutorials - how to find out more about the tools

You can find all our videos via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube. If you have any questions about them and how they can be used in Adobe ® Photoshop ®, please let us know and we will try and create a number of videos on the subject.


How can I use them with the cookie cutter in PSE

They are perfect for the cookie cutter as well as the CSH tool in PS Elements. Use any of the artworks in the set to create instant cut outs of an image. The cookie cutter shapes can be used once or multiple times to snip away from any image. You can transform, rotate, shear as well as feather the cookie cutter.


How to export them to other applications

You don't have to use them solely in the application as you can export the images as vectors for use in Adobe AI (as well as tweaking the paths in Adobe AI and then re-importing them back into PS) as well as saving the vector layers as AI format via the export command. You can also save the raster formats such as PNG or PSD etc files and use those (any size) in other applications such as PSP or Photo-Paint. You can export the images as is but you can also create all kinds of artworks. You can combine them with other paths in Adobe ® Photoshop ® as well as effects and export those to other applications


Can I use them with other versions

Yes, you can use them with the current cloud version of Adobe ® Photoshop ®. With all the new features, they are even more amazing. You can also use them in other applications but you will have to export the images to the CC versions of Illustrator etc


How can I use them in my version of PS

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