Frame Custom Shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 / Elements inc. borders and edges mottled etc royalty free > Frame shapes for Photoshop CC CS5 CS6 CS4 2015 Elements inc. scratchy edges, rough, mottled, curved

frame shapes for Photoshop and elements curved

Works with: Photoshop, Elements

Format: CSH

License: Extended Commercial, royalty free, worldwide, multiple usage, no time limits

Free samplers

Curve frame shapes for Photoshop gallery (#195) 100 Frame shapes / Vector designs for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2014 2015 CS3 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS2 CS1 Elements 7 6 royalty free. Set includes many different and unusual curved frame shapes for use throughout the application


PC and MAC OS X. The curved artworks can be combined in millions of different ways, blended, modified, smudged, effects applied, exported to other applications and much more. They are all vectors for any size of document. The CSH set is accessed via the preset's panel and can be used with the CSH tool in Adobe ® Photoshop ® as well as via the blur in Adobe ® Photoshop ®; as well as in the cookie cutter tool in PS Elements.


Commercial (CU4CU) use, royalty free, all are by / Andrew Buckle. No credit is required, no time limits, no restrictions, world wide use.


On purchase of the frame shapes set, you receive the CSH file along with documentation and gallery and serial for any future updates of the set

frame shapes for Photoshop and elements burst

Photoshop frame shapes gallery (#19) CSH 1100 Distress / rough graphics etc - Selection of stunning edges / borders for your work including distressed, rough, contours and many more. CSH format.

Edge gallery (#20) CSH 760 Edge shapes for PS and Elements. CSH format

Rough frame shapes gallery (#21) CSH 770 Rough vectors for Photoshop / Elements are included in the set for use with PS and PS Elements in CSH format.

Check out presets in set (#5) CSH 100 Curled graphics for Photoshop and PS Elements includes embellished and swirled artwork as well as dotted and thin line work for use in PS CC 2015 CS6 CS5 CS4 etc and PS Elements. CSH format

Frame custom shapes for Photoshop and Elements

How to load them and install them into your favourite app

The set is supplied in CSH format. You can load them by double clicking the CSH file or right clicking the item and selecting on the versions of PS to open them with or perhaps select PS Elements. You can also open them in some versions of PS via the file open command. You can place the CSH file into the presets folder and then access the items via right side menu of the presets panel. You can also use the same panel and menu to load and replace (browsing for the set as then the file set can be placed in any location say on a cloud server). You can also use the same via the edit menu and preset manager.


Related items

Are you interested in related wheels themed / border custom shapes as well as raster themed edge brushes / embellishment custom shapes / seamless edge patterns ? All the items are for commercial use and well as personal, all royalty free. Many different and unique items are included in the sets and can be used to add to any project


Video tutorials - how to learn more about the products

You can find all our video tutorials via Youtube in the graphicxtras channel. You can also find a selection of other tutorials via the website. You can find out how to load them, install them, use them as smart objects, how to add smart adjustments, how to use in other apps such as Affinity Photo, how to use them in animations, how to use them as a brush resource, use them as a tile, use them with blending modes, use as a path and then combine with renders such as tree and flame, how to use with layer styles and much more. If you have any questions for us, please let us know and we will try and create a few videos on the subject.



You can use all the artworks / presets in the sets on this page to create selections which can be as basic or as complex as you wish and then can be filled with effects, solid colors, gradients, patterns, multiple other presets, brush strokes and a whole lot more Create Selections from Photoshop Shapes Tutorial


What can I do with them

You can use them in commercial work, you can use them in personal projects as well. You can use them to create new items that can be in turn sold. You can use them to create logos, borders, edges, books, CD covers, textiles, overlays, patterns, posters, fabrics, textiles, garments, leaflets, mouse mats and much more. You can use them world wide without any time constraints, you can use them royalty free. All are by Andrew Buckle /


Creating with gradients

You can also create many different similarly themed artworks using gradients (as well as grids, lines etc) depending on the stop settings for the opacity Creating Frames using Photoshop Gradients Tutorial


How to use them with styles

Have to say that the vector artworks (though they look great) can be a little less than colorful if you are just using them in black and white but you can always color them using Photoshop gradients and patterns and solid colors but you can add more than that by using styles as well (and if you convert the artwork into a smart object) you can also add additional styles and also smart filters and smart adjustments to re-color the artwork in 1000s of ways. How to add styles to the edges ??? You can re-color them in numerous ways by using them with the above effects.


How to create many variants

You can use a single item and just add to an image using paths / selections etc but you can always modify the vector artwork in 1000s of ways by using a number of approaches. The key thing is to add the item as a layer and as a layer, it is a vector made up of a number of points and you can simply select the points for that and drag them from their existing position by using the direct selection tool. You can create 1000s of variants using that approach. You can also use the same vector layer by combining it with the current layer using the set operations - the key thing is to stop the 'new layer' option (on the top bar) and select the combine command (or subtract etc) and then add the same artwork or other layers to the work - you can then finish off and use the merge command to blend them all into one vector which can be saved to the CSH panel via the define command in the edit menu. You can also use much the same approach with the freeform pen tool as all the paths created there can be combined with the original vector layer. That too can also be modified further using the direct selection tool found in the toolbox Tutorial showing creating of variant vectors in PS [Youtube]


How to use them as quick masks in PS

A quick video showing the use of some of the presets from the pack 195. The video shows the use of the quick mask feature combined with the assets and how you can 1) use the frame as a layer 2) use the frame as a selection for the pasting of paths into 3) applying special effects to the mask. The video shows the use in Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC CS6 but the same basic approach can be used in other versions. In PS Elements, you can also use the frame curved custom shapes with the powerful cookie cutter tool to create instant frames (would love to see Photoshop to add a basic border creation feature but I can't see that happening any time soon but we can always hope) [Youtube] Video showing the use of the curved artworks and how to create them