Triradial custom shapes for Photoshop / Elements

Updated: January 26th, 2015

triradial custom shapes for Photoshop peace rounded and outline vector

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Triradial shapes for Photoshop (#135)

100 Triradial custom shapes for Photoshop CC CS2 CS3 2014 CS4 CS5 CS6 CC 7 6 Elements etc, royalty free includes hand drawn, peace (like) shapes, shadows, radioactive artworks, wheels, basic peace and much more.

 

PC and MAC OS X.

 

CSH format. Combine the artworks, re-color, expand, export, blend them, modify, tweak the points and much more.

 

The CSH presets are all loaded via the preset manager or the shapes palette load / replace commands. Use them as layers, paths and fills - combine with the powerful new CS6 stroke effects and feathering as well as combine with the new pattern fill features for even more amazing artwork.

 

They can be re-colored via the PS toolbox, adjustment layers, layer effects and more. If you have any questions about the Photoshop triradial shapes, please contact us on support@graphicxtras.com

Triradial custom shapes for Photoshop and PS Elements

 

multiple items re-colored

You can use them as is but you can always fill them with different colors and then use multiple copies (as smart objects) to fill an image

 

transformed and rotated

You can use them as is but you can also rotate and shear and scale and warp etc all the artworks in the set

 

combined with type

They can be combined with type in numerous ways

peace in black on orange

The triradial shapes for Adobe PS and PS Elements can be applied in any color and to any color of background

multiple triradial shapes for Photoshop on layers and colored

They can be applied to a layer and can be combined with other paths in the application and that layer can be duplicated throughout the image

 

triradial and combined with text CC CS3 CS5

They can be combined with text in many different ways such as adding to the side of the shape, pasting into the shape, using the shape as a layer and much more