Price: £3.49 (approx $4.97 Dollars / 4.42 Euros)
Artist: Andrew Buckle
Compatible software: Photoshop, Elements
License: Full Extended Commercial
FREE: FREE samplers *
Refund policy:14 Days
Phone: UK 01622 688 375
Video tutorials: Youtube channel 'graphicxtras'
100 Tribal custom shapes / Vector designs for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS6 CS5.5 CS5 2014 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 Elements etc.
PC and MAC OS X.
Use as a powerful source for art throughout the application. Vector clip art graphics for any size of work.
Stored in standard PS format CSH.
Many different wonderful artworks are included in the set which you can use in countless projects such as logos, website creations and projects, items for sale, books, tribal shape surfboards, fashions, textiles, ceramics and more.
Commercial (CU4CU) use. Use to create items for sale. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
On purchase, receive the tribal shapes CSH set along with documentation and gallery and serial.
100 Artworks including curved, weird complex, tattoo, abstract, surreal, shadow, extruded and many more for Adobe ® PS CC 2015 CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and PS Elements 14, 13, 12, 11, 10 to 1 as well as the stand alone PS versions 16-6 (as well as any recent updates).
Great items to buy and use in all your projects. They are all in CSH and are accessed via the CSH tool and the presets panel load / replace option.
On buying the set, use them to create millions of unique graphics. You receive the CSH file as well as documentation and gallery and serial.
Commercial (CU4CU) use. They are all by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Use to create items for sale such as postcards, for skin, cushions, pillows, greeting cards, leaflets, bottles, earrings, socks, shoes, bumper stickers and more.
Above, the presets can be used as tribal shapes but they can also be quickly converted for use as other resources in Photoshop such as a pattern. To define the cross themed design above as a pattern, go to the edit menu define pattern command and then use the edit menu fill command or use the fill content layer or perhaps use the layer style overlays (or stamp brush etc)
They are all stored in CSH, this is the native format for the use with Adobe ® Photoshop ® as well as PS Elements. Select the CSH tool in the PS toolbox to display the presets / panel dropdown (which displays all the current presets) - go to the right side menu and select the load / replace command to load the CSH presets. If you wish to reset the CSH panel to the original state, you can always select the right side menu reset command. If you add the CSH presets to the presets folder then the file name will also appear in that dropdown list and you will be able to open the set in a single action. They can, in some versions, be added to the application via the open command or just by double clicking the CSH set
You may find the tribal fonts for use in Pages, Indesign, Affinity Photo and others
They can be used as normal items in Elements but they can be used to create all kinds of bizarre cookie cutter forms in PSE. Select the cookie cutter tool in PSE which is tucked away somewhere on the PSE toolbox and then you will see the various options on the top options bar such as the graphics (which can be any of the vector CSH set) as well as feathering and also crop (which will crop the entire document to the size of the vector graphic). If the crop is not set to "on" then the art is just placed in the original location with the full document and the exterior area erased. While using the cookie cutter tool in PS Elements, you can limit the proportions to the horizontal / vertical as well as rotate & scale & shear. Once you have the cutter artwork, you can add them again and again to that. You can use the end result as a source for strokes as well as patterns. You can also apply visual effects to the cookie cutter. If you want to have the original image as well as cookie cutter then before using the tool, simply duplicate the layer as many times as you wish and use the cookie cutter on those (in different placements if you wish) and you can then also combine those multiple cut layers using blending modes such as difference / darken / lighten / overlay to create some truly stunning work. There are many videos on my youtube channel giving some uses for the cookie cutter
If you are not sure of the exact layout of your work as well as perhaps the styles that may be used or the position and visibility of the vector layers used, you can use layer comps. Use with one or more layers. You can store with each layer comp: position and visibility and style. Go to the layer comps panel and then create a new layer comp for any layers currently displayed. You can add a name for the layer comp as well as some additional notes. You can then move any of the layers, change the visibility (visible or hidden) as well as change any of the attached styles such as shifting a gradient or using a different gradient or different glow or perhaps a different bevel or stroke or pattern used and then create a new layer comp via the right side menu or via the create new layer comp at the bottom of the panel. Sadly it does not store the transformations such as scale as well as effects such as camera raw filter (it would then be more like After Effects). You can then use the layer comp menu to rapidly display all the layer comps by moving through the previous and next comp. You can also update the comps at any point by just selecting that comp and performing an action such as moving a layer and then using the update option. There is also an option in the scripts to save the layer comps to files etc