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Photoshop Polygon Tool

Updated on November 27, 2015

Photoshop Polygon Tool

The polygon tool is a part of the vector tools in the Photoshop library that lets graphics designer draw unlimited images and without any loss of quality.

The images can be as complex as an 8-edged star or a jagged cross-section of a hack-saw with many sides but the method using polygon tool is a lot simpler.

How to draw, using polygon tool:

1. Click the new layer icon at the layer palette.

2. Choose the shape tool and there the polygon tool from the drawing tools.

3. After selecting the polygon tool click the arrow from the option bar. This opens the polygons options to custom graphic design by varying its parameters called the custom shape tool.

4. Choose the number of sides say 45, shapes say a star and indent by sides by a percentage say 50% and also the color of the picture in the template.

5. Select the shape layer.

6. Click and drag the figure, this gives the new figure the creative graphic designer is looking forward to.

Polygon Tool Video Tutorial

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      FlashManElk 7 years ago

      good tool, nice lens.