100 Star shapes for Photoshop CC CS4 CS2 CS1 CS3 CS5 CS6 Elements 2014 includes basic, sketchy, chunky, scratchy, abstracts, frames, sparkles, outlines and many more.
The Photoshop star shapes are vectors for any size of work and can be used in any color.
They can be warped, distorted, exported, combined, blended, subtracted from, effects applied, used as a source for brushes and much more.
On purchase, receive the CSH and notes and gallery and serial. PC and MAC
100 Stars including lines themed, extruded, shadows, retro, 50s, themed, abstract, weird and more.
All in CSH for use in Adobe PS CC 2014 CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 and PS Elements 13-1
PC and MAC OS X.
They are all vectors for any size of work. Re-color them, modify them, warp them, combine them and more. They can be combined in millions of ways to produce even more amazing unique artworks for you to use in all your projects.
On purchase of the set, you receive the CSH set along with documentation and gallery and serial.
160 Stars including bursts and solar effects as well as frames in CSH and EPS.
You can also use them via the cookie cutter tool in PS Elements and via the shape blur filter. They are all vectors for any size of work.
On buying the set, you receive the download link to a zip contain the vectors + gallery + serial + notes.
Commercial use, all royalty free, world wide, no credit is required, no time limits. You can use them in 1000s of your projects such as logos, books, documents, packaging, videos, leaflets, web pages and much more.
100 Abstract custom shapes includes intense, nodules, compass, bursts, frames, bright stellar and many more for use in CC CS6 CS5 CS4 etc all the way down to version 6 as well as Elements 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1.
You can apply them once or a thousand times in Adobe PS.
They can be re-colored, you can apply layer effects including shadows, gradients, glows, inner glows, strokes; you can also combine them to create millions of different and unique graphics; you can blend them; modify them via the pen tools or export the images to Illustrator etc.
All stored in CSH and can be loaded via the presets palette / tool. On buying, you receive the CSH and documentation and a gallery as well as a serial number for any future update of the set.
100 Vectors including circulars, asteriks, outlines and more. Exciting vector artworks for any size of work - they can be applied large or small, they can also be re-sized at any point in the creative process.
They can also be warped via the various envelope features in Adobe PS, they can also be slanted, rotated, the points can also be modified in numerous ways.
For PC and MAC (Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, OS X)- they are also for CS6 CS5 CS4 (all versions of the Adobe Creative Suites).
100 PDF Artworks including rounded, intense, basic, irregular, bright lights, frames and many more. Wonderful artworks for use in Adobe PS, Adobe PS Elements, Fireworks, Xpress, Apple Pages and others.
The PDFs can be converted (via free apps as well as batch processes) into PNG and JPG and other formats.
Commercial (CU4CU) use.
For use on the PC and MAC
The easist way has to be via the polygon tool (it is on the same icon as the custom tool). Go to the top options bar and select the star option in the options dropdown. Set the number of sides. Set the type - layer or path or fill pixel via the options. You can also apply them as layer via the option setting along the top of PS. If using the layer option, you can warp and distort them in 1000s of ways to create ever more complex graphics. If you use the layer option, you can also duplicate the layer via the layer menu duplicate command or you can create perhaps another vector with a different number of points or indent setting.
As the shape is a layer, you can also use the pathfinder / combine options to add or subtract from the existing layer and these can then be saved as new CSH
CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and PS Elements 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1 and standalone
They are loaded in a number of ways, some more effective than other and really dependent on the version of PS. My favourite way of loading them has to be just double clicking the CSH file and that loads all the wonderful artworks into the presets palette. Another way, similar to that, right click the CSH file and then select the CSH set and then use the open command.
You can also add the file set to the presets folder of PS and PSE and then access the set via the presets palette in the app and the right side menu and select by name. You can also use the load / replace commands if you are using PS and that means you can place the file set anywhere in the galaxy.
You can also load them via the presets manager in some versions (found in the edit menu). Another option is to use the open command and this should load the CSH items but not all versions or OS allow for this.
Once loaded, the items can all be selected via the shapes tool or cookie cutter found in the toolbox of PS
The PDF format is not a natural format for PS but the advantage of the PDF format is that it can be opened in 100s of apps and not the limited selection for the CSH format. The PDF files can be loaded in many ways such as via an insert command or via the open command or via a place or import command. This varies from app to app.
When you open the file such as in Photoshop, you will be asked to define the size of the graphic as well as the resolution. You can also load them via the place command (place linked and embedded) and in this, the PDF size is initially defined by the layer but as the item is a vector it can be set to any size well beyond the size of the document so only a part of the item is shown; you can also define them as very small and fill the image with 100s of the same vector artwork.
You can also edit the PDF file in some apps such as Illustrator and then re-color the individual parts of the path as well as removing parts and adding additional paths to the artwork. This can then be saved as a new PDF file but also can be exported as a PNG or TIFF file. You can also edit and modify the PDF in other apps but in most cases this will be just to change the color or add effects or distort the vector though you can still add additional paths as well as use various tools to hide or erase part of the PDF. You can at any time (in many apps) save the PDF vector to a new format such as PNG and TIFF
CC CS6 - 6
PS Elements 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1
and many more
You can find out more about the items via our videos found via the video tutorial link at the top of the page. You can find out how to open the files, how to distort, add effects, add paths, how to warp, color, turn into smart objects and more. All the video tutorials are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Any questions, please let us know and I'll try and create a few videos on the subject