100 Step shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 14 13 12 CS2 CS1 Elements etc. The set includes many different wonderful art deco 30s themed as well as embossed step art decos, shadow art deco, edged, rounded and more.
The set includes them in CSH and bonus EPS (you can use those in many other applications as well as PS and Elements).
The step art deco shapes set for Photoshop is a CSH presets is accessible via the presets palette. Once loaded, just select the Photoshop step art deco shapes and apply in thousands of ways - use as a step shape layer, selection, path, mask.
The art deco / step shapes for Photoshop can be combined in millions of different ways, expanded, warped, distorted, blended, combined, exported and much more. All the step / art deco shapes (for Adobe PS and others) vectors for any size of work.
PC and MAC OS X.
They can also be used as a cookie cutter in Elements and also via the powerful shape blur filter in Adobe PS. They can also be exported and used in other applications. The Photoshop step / art deco shapes can be modified, warped, distorted, combined with other elements, re-colored and more. Use as a source for many other wonderful images and presets.
On buying the set, you receive the CSH, documentation and gallery and serial. If you have any questions, please contact us via email@example.com
Step art deco shapes for Photoshop video tutorials
You can find all our video tutorials and instruction notes on the Youtube.com site in the graphicxtras channel. You can also find a number of others about the vectors via the TipDesk.com tutorial site. You can find out how to use them, how to use with cookie cutters, blend them, use as resources, combine them as smart objects, use them in Affinity Photo, create patterns, create brushes, use as displacement maps, use as paths, create layers, re-color with different fills and strokes and many more. Any questions, please e-mail us.
Step art deco shapes for Photoshop layers / paths etc
You can use the items in three ways depending on the settings at the top of the panel for PS. You can use them as layers, as paths and fills. They all have their benefits and uses and limitations. You can use them any size, that is the key thing for all the sets but if you add them as a fill then they are set as created so if you want to use them really large, best to work at the size you want to use from the start. If you use the path option then there is no fill or stroke added and you only see the vector path though you can quickly convert this into a selection and that selection can be filled with fills and strokes and gradients and other effects. You can also add the items as fills but it cannot have a stroke added unless you add and create a selection and then add a stroke to that. The layer is probably the best of all the tools as you can add a stroke as well as a fill and also different dash patterns to the stroke. You can also transform the layer so instead of using as created you can shear or rotate and distort and warp them. There are many other great features of these thirties influenced artworks such as using them as smart objects, using them with layer effects etc