graphicxtras.com > Triradial shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 2015 elements inc. peace, rounded, wheel
Works with: Photoshop, Elements
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits
Triradial shapes for Photoshop gallery (#135) 100 Triradial shapes / Artworks for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS2 CS3 2014 CS4 CS5 CS6 CC 7 6 Elements etc, royalty free. Includes hand drawn triradial shapes, peace (like), 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 presets panel 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, please contact us via our contact page (email, twitter message, youtube etc)
You can find a huge amount about the CSH files on the Adobe site as well as a lot of other sites on the web. You can also find many video tutorials. All our video tutorials (by Andrew Buckle) are available via the graphicxtras channel on Youtube.com and also a selection are available via the Tipdesk.com site and some more on Vimeo.com (and probably a few other sites I have no ideas of, as that seems to be the way the web works). You can find many different tutorials about how to load them, install them, use them as brush strokes, use them as a source for patterns, how to use them in layers, how to use them with blending modes, how to transform them, how to use them with smart filters and much more. Any questions, please let us know
You may find the triradial fonts shapes of interest and use with Pages, Indesign, etc
You can use them in commercial as well as personal work. You can use them to create new items that can be sold. You can also use them to create items such as logos but it is best if you only use part of the artwork or perhaps combine them with other artworks etc. You can also use them to sell items on Zazzle.com and cafepress.com as well as other similar sites. You can use them to create books, adverts, hats, garments, illustrations, posters, shoes, leaflets, scrapbooking, documents, CD covers and much more. Any questions, please let us know
The artworks can be added as a layer or to a layer and in both cases, you can use layer styles to the artwork via the styles palette by clicking any of the supplied effects (there is also a set of Photoshop styles available on this site). You can then modify the style via the layer menu dialog. You can also add the effects just by going to the same menu and selecting one of the effects from the list such as drop shadow or outer glow or bevel or stroke. With the new version of CC, you can now add multiple drop shadows and gradients and more.
You can convert a single item into a smart object in PS but you can also take a selection of the artworks and use them as a smart object as well Multiple Photoshop Shapes into Smart Objects Tutorial
You can use them as is but you can also add a lovely glow behind any of the vector presets in this set by a number of different techniques Add Glow Behind Shapes in Photoshop Tutorial
Photoshop is not the only app in the world and if you want to save the vector artwork to another application then sometimes it is a little tricky as the good old copy and paste rarely seems to work. Sometimes I have always found the best way is to go about it by a three way copy from Photoshop and then into Illustrator and then copy that into an application or just save the artwork as an eps etc file. If you just have Photoshop and Affinity Photo then the format to use is the PSD format and you can export that via the save command (file menu). Create a shape layer from the triradial shape and then file menu and save and then go to Affinity Photo and then select the place command and import the file in. Once you see the file, it looks like the entire file has been copied (obviously it has) so you have to double click it and Affinity will open a new tab for the embedded item and you can the select the vector artwork and then copy and paste it back into the original document (and delete the embedded) and you have the artwork in Affinity Photo. There are probably easier approaches such as perhaps using Affinity Designer but if you only have those two apps then the above seems to work reasonably well if not a little slowly especially if you have a lot of files to work with. Perhaps Affinity Photo and other apps will be able to access (at least at a read only level) the CC libraries and that would be super useful as then all the apps will be tied together in a much more joined up project flow.