Saw blade fonts

The saw blade shapes / font / EPS artworks are for Microsoft Word, PaintShop Pro, Indesign, GIMP, Photoshop, Affinity Designer, Publisher and more.

Saw blade shapes

TTF / EPS format


Buy $3.49. 100 Saw blade shapes / Artworks (V210) Saw Blade font shapes for PSP, Photoshop, Affinity Photo ... [browse presets included in set]


They are for use on the PC and MAC.


Free selection of shapes to download and use in your projects all from


The saw blade font shapes are for commercial and personal use, all are royalty free and all the designs are by You can use them to create leaflets, books, illustrations, t-shirts, shoes, record covers, notes, calendars, textiles, frames, textures, fashions, fabrics, carpets and much more. They are supplied in TTF truetype format along with the same graphics in EPS format (which can be loaded via the file open and place commands of many applications). The artworks are all vectors for any size of work. They can be combined with other vector designs. You can use them as fills as well as layers and also as images. They can be used as a great source for super sharp and intense cutting brushes and pattern designs in many applications. On purchase of the set you receive the designs along with gallery and serial and notes. This is a powerful set of great sawblade themed font shapes that can be used in countless different projects. They are super easy to use via the type dropdown or via the eps files and the open command and you can use them as a superb source of frames and edge work. You can also combine the saw blade font shapes super quickly as well using the smart object feature in Photoshop as well as grouping features in other applications (as they can be used in multiple applications and not just Photoshop CC and CS on the OS and MAC). The artworks can also be distorted so if you have a more or less proportional square design then you can squeeze them or squeeze or distort them in countless ways and create some truly unique designs (it is best to do that with the TTF truetype which remain as vectors in tools such as Photoshop though if you are using tools such as Illustrator then you can squeeze them and distort them in both formats). You may ask why did I create them in TTF and EPS formats ?? but in some cases it is quite useful to have them in a non truetype format (though, of course, you can always expand the designs and turn them into an outline etc though that does depend on the application). They can also be combined in different colors and so don't think the frames and artworks you create with these sets are just stuck in black, they can be green and red and blue and combined in all kinds of colors and you can also combine the results of the vector work with effects and layer effects and adjustment layers as well to create millions of possible sharp edged designs. You can also use the direct selection tool or the equivalent to modify the actual form of the design so if you have a couple of curved saw designs that you want to be slightly longer then you can use the direct selection tool and drag the anchor point out or to a different position and radically change the artwork. If you are using a tool like Illustrator then you can use tools such as the VectorScribe application and also Mirrorme etc to create some truly unique variant designs from the saw blade font shapes supplied. If you want to totally edit the designs then I would suggest opening the artworks in a tool such as fontself which is an extension for use in Illustrator and then you can create new sets from the work or perhaps you can use powerful editing tools such as Fontographer as well as FontLab (both of the sets come from If you want to find out more about how to use these sets on this page then I would suggest you should check out our tutorials on the graphicxtras channel on Youtube and if you don't find the Video tutorial you want from the now 2000+ tutorials on the pages then please drop us a line and we will try and create one solely on the set on this page, it is no problem to add many new videos on all kinds of sujects as well as alternate videos of existing ones showing more of the truetype sets and the editing of the artwork in tools such as Illustrator and Photoshop and Affinity Photo.


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