Price: £3.49 Approx. $5 US Dollars / 4.42 EU / 345 Rupees
Artist: Andrew Buckle
Compatible software: Photoshop, Elements
Format: CSH, EPS
License: Extended Commercial
FREE: FREE samplers *
100 Twirl shapes / Graphic designs for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015 CS3 CS2 CS4 CS6 CS5 CS1 2014 Elements 14 13 12 11 etc.
The twirl shapes set is supplied in CSH and EPS vector format.
All very easy to add and use through the apps such as via the CSH vector tool / cookie cutter etc. Re-color, modify, warp, combine and more for truly stunning whirls and much more.
PC and MAC OS X.
Commercial (CU4CU) use - all the weird and wonderful artworks are by graphicxtras.com and can be used to create items for sale such as logos, books, posters, mugs, backgrounds, posters, adverts, scrapbooking and many more.
On purchase of the twirl shapes, you receive the CSH and EPS and also documentation and gallery and serial.
Above, twirl custom shape for Photoshop in white on blue
You can use them in commercial work, you can use them in personal work, you can use them to create logos, you can use them to create items for sale on Zazzle.com and also Cafepress.com and others. You can use them to create books, covers, adverts, leaflets, web pages, scrap booking items, hats, fabrics etc - basically anything. All the items are are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. You can use them royalty free, no credit is required, no time limits, world wide use. Any questions, please let us know
You may find the twirl brushes for PS and PS Elements as well as PSP of interest and use
You can open them by double clicking the CSH file (that is definitely the easiest way to load them) or if you have the file associations mixed up then you can also use the right click context menu to open with a selection of applications or browse for one. You can also place the CSH into the presets folder and then access them via the preset panel in PS and PS Elements by the right side menu and load them by name. You can also use the same menu to load the items via the load command or you use the replace command to remove the existing set and replace them with the new vector artworks. You can do much the same via the edit menu and preset manager (though some of the menues are slightly different)
We have created numerous video tutorials on the subject of the vector artworks, you can find them all via the graphicxtras channel on the Youtube.com site, you can also find a number of other tutorials on the Tipdesk.com site along with vimeo.com. You can find out how to load them, how to distort them, use them as smart objects, use them with smart adjustments, use them with layer styles, how to combine them with other artworks and much more. Any questions about the set, please let us know