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    Default Photoshop: Looking for a Custom Shape

    I'm looking for a custom shape for PS, I found the narrow and extra bold version, but I can't find the something in between. One is too narrow, and the other is too bold. By any chance you guys have or seen this before?

    And what do you call this shape in English, star? Starburst? Ornament? Maybe I wasn't looking with the right keyword.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Photoshop: Looking for a Custom Shape

    possible gueses: star, twinkle, starburst

    if you really need the exact answer, ask in www.graphxservice.com
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    Default Re: Photoshop: Looking for a Custom Shape

    I think if you go into photoshop you can feather the image to trim a little off of the sides of the image which would make it thinner. I forget exactly how to do it but it is possible.

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    Default Re: Photoshop: Looking for a Custom Shape

    Quote Originally Posted by flipfire View Post
    possible gueses: star, twinkle, starburst

    if you really need the exact answer, ask in www.graphxservice.com
    Thanks for the suggestion, I just submitted a request form.

    http://graphxservice.com/forum/index...pic,559.0.html



    Quote Originally Posted by Stone825 View Post
    I think if you go into photoshop you can feather the image to trim a little off of the sides of the image which would make it thinner. I forget exactly how to do it but it is possible.
    I could, but if a .csh (custom shape) file is available, that would be great for all sizes without having to trim it every time.


 

 

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