I know it’s been a while since I created my last set, but if you’re a frequent visitor, you’ll know I always need to come out with quality stuff. And quality doesn’t come quick no matter what they say 🙂
So, I know you will appreciate this because you know the value of vectors and how much flexibility they allow.
Anyway, to make the long story short, ladies and gentleman, today I proudly present you
35 Swirls and Stars Vector set
And these vectors are delivered in:
- .ai (of course Adobe Illustrator brush, all CS versions)
- .eps format
- .cdr (Corel 8.0 up to X4)
- .psd (Photoshop 7.0 up to CS3)
- .png (so you can easily use them in any photo editing software)
- .ai (Vector format for Adobe Illustrator 8 onwards)
So, 35 totally new vectors will make your life a whole lot easier. Whether you do scrap booking, graphic, web or print design, these will put you on the fast track in your projects!
You won’t have to waste time on creating these swirls from scratch and if you ever did similar work in Illustrator or Corel you know how much time it takes just to create one decent swirl decoration. And here you get 35 of them!
PREVIEW and BUY 35 Swirls and Stars Vector set in my shop!
Of curse, never forget to have fun creating!
And if you wish, you can always convert them into Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro brushes. Load them into Photoshop (.png file), go to Edit -> Define brush preset, give it a name and voila! In addition to vectors, you got Photoshop brushes!
Also, if you want you can even modify these vectors in Ilustrator or Corel and make new swirls out of them.
Anyway, if you have any questions about using them, converting them, modifying or applying them, I’m here to help you out 🙂
In case you had any doubts – commercial license is included.
vanessa warren says
Thanks for checking out my site…I had to do the same!
I love working with PS brushes. What a great site. I’ll be sure to visit again!
Thank you so much for these wonderful vectors and brushes! Just purchased 3 sets and will be back for more! For design credit what would you like me to use?