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Hi everyone.

I am new in Photoshop and I need some help, where I can find and download some shapes?

 

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 30, 2017 Sep 30, 2017
A couple that come to mind are BrusheasyPhotoshop Shapes - Free Photoshop Custom Shapes at Brusheezy! ...and DeviantartBrowse Photoshop Custom Shapes | Resources & Stock Images | DeviantArt I am sure you will have discovered you have a great many shapes by defaultIf I want something specific, I gennerally make it myself, and add it eith to the Shapes folder, or more often, to a CC Library as a Smart Object.  That lets you create multi-coloured vector objects. Company logos forinstance

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 03, 2021 Jun 03, 2021
@Vincent5E6B wrote: Does anybody know why I don't have this option anymore?
You need to open the new Shapes panel from the Window menu (not the options bar.) You answered a thread from 2017 and things have changed. In the new panel, use the panel menu and choose Legacy Shapes to add them back in. ~ Jane

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Which version of Photoshop?

Have you tried googling?

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Hi

First have you accessed all the standard shapes ?

With the custom shape tool selected - go to the options bar and click on the down arrow then the cogwheel and select "All"

After that you can download shapes from websites (just google Photoshop Shapes) then load them using "Load Shapes" from the menu list above.

You can also create your own shapes. Draw the shape with the pen tool then go to Edit > Define Custom Shape and give it a name . When you press OK it will be added to the list.

Dave

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A couple that come to mind are Brusheasy

Photoshop Shapes - Free Photoshop Custom Shapes at Brusheezy!

...and Deviantart

Browse Photoshop Custom Shapes | Resources & Stock Images | DeviantArt

I am sure you will have discovered you have a great many shapes by default

If I want something specific, I gennerally make it myself, and add it eith to the Shapes folder, or more often, to a CC Library as a Smart Object.  That lets you create multi-coloured vector objects. Company logos forinstance

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My dropdown menu is much shorter and doesn't have the option "All".
Adobe Photoshop Version: 22.4.1

Does anybody know why I don't have this option anymore?
In the past the menu looked like Trevors menu above.

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@Vincent5E6B wrote:

Does anybody know why I don't have this option anymore?


 

You need to open the new Shapes panel from the Window menu (not the options bar.) You answered a thread from 2017 and things have changed. In the new panel, use the panel menu and choose Legacy Shapes to add them back in.

 

~ Jane

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