140 Designs for Adobe PS CC 2015 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 2014 CS2 CS1 Elements etc including crops, rounded, concentric, both ways, curved designs, lettering and more. On purchase, you get a download link to the artworks, documentation, serial and gallery. CSH format - on purchase of the set you receive the CSH files along with documentation and gallery and serial. The CSH is easy to load either by double clicking the set or via the presets panel in PS and PSE. Commercial use, all royalty free, no time limits, world wide. Use in 1000s of your projects, no limits. PC and MAC OS X.
120 Artworks for Adobe PS and Elements includes Aliens, spacecrafts, galactic, extra terrestrial, weird, flying, heads, retro alien, cybernetic and more for Adobe ® Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and Elements 14-1 (as well as standalone versions of Photoshop 16- 6). Vector graphics for outer space - they can be used with any size of work, small or large. Commercial (CU4CU) use, royalty free, world wide use (actually Universe-use), no time limits. All are by graphicxtras.com, use to create items for sale. On purchase of the set, you receive the CSH vectors along with documentation and gallery and serial for use on the PC and MAC.
They can be used in three different ways in Adobe PS - paths / layer / pixels. This can be set for the CSH via the top options bar of the application. They can also be used with strokes as well as become an excellent source for new brushes in PS (via the define command in the edit menu). If you use them as a layer then you can quickly flatten the image to use the decorative graphics again as a pixel fill. Personally, I prefer to use them as layers as you can always quickly remove the layer - a whole lot easier than removing the same if you have blended it into the background. You can also convert the layer into a smart object and then combine that with layer effects / smart filters etc as well as allowing for further edits to the decorative graphic at any point in the creative process. You can also use the fill pixels on a layer but the item is not a vector but a raster - though you can also convert the raster into a smart object also and then combine them with smart filters as well as smart adjustments with the latest version of the Creative cloud.
Sadly the presets are not available to any more filters than the blur one. I am certain they could extend the option to use the vectors as a source material to most of the filters but then again, sadly, Adobe rarely seem to add much to the interface of the filter once it has been released unlike After Effects which seems to have so many settings it is so hard to remember what they all do. Anyway, the presets can be used with the blur effect found in the filter menu and you can set the source path as well as the radius for the effect and it can be used to create some truly weird and wonderful blur effects. You can use them with channels as well as smart filters as well as with selections and in different modes and much more. Tutorial on the blur filter effect with the paths
You can use them for use as commercial work as well as personal use. You can also use them to create CU4CU. You can use them in scrapbooking, in book illustrations, web sites, logos, ceramics, textiles, CD covers, DVDs, adverts and much more. If you have any questions, please contact us. All were created by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle (they were created using Illustrator as the initial creation tool though they were also manipulated and extended in FontLab). You can also use them as a great source for textures and displacements as well as glass distortions and patterns and brushes - they are an amazing unique toolkit for all kinds of projects.
There are loads and loads of great videos available via youtube showing how to use them, how to turn them etc into brushes, how to use them as smart objects, how to use them multiple times, how to distort them, adding special effects and much more. The videos are not particularly about the sets on this page though. There are also a lot of videos also about PS Elements, though not as many as Photoshop. Always adding many new videos on the artworks as well as other resources found in Adobe PS.