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vector arrows tutorial

These are a pain in the ass to do.

What you'll need:
  • One of the Photoshop programs
  • A color scheme of your own
  • Define this brush >>click here<< (This is a black square lol)


  • You'll be making something like
    You can make them bigger/smaller. Size is up to you.


    The Steps
    1. Define the brush I linked. Click the brush tool.


    2. Find the brush I provided. The size of the brush depends on what size you need it to be in your vector rays. Click the "Brush Settings"


    3. Click "Brush Tip Shape" and move the angle to wherever you need it to be. If you don't know how to rotate brushes than check out this (click here) tutorial.

    4. Line up the brush like this. Where the bottom points in the middle. Keep in mind your vector is NOT the same as mine and mine is curved.
    (ignore the crap quality of the picture. I had to take this one with my phone)


    Place it lined up at the BOTTOM of the ray. Make sure the bottom point of the brush is lined up with the middle of the ray.

    This is super hard to see because it's at the bottom :( but don't worry about the top point, worry about the bottom point, which will look like this aka it'll look dumb as hell. It'll all work out in the end.


    5. Now place the next one. Again, make sure the bottom point lines up with the middle of the vector ray


    and the next


    and the next


    This is what mine looks like so far.


    Finished Product: