Working with Arrows in Photoshop

Creating arrows in Photoshop is one of those things that’s always been more difficult and confusing than you’d expect. There are two main approaches you can use in the application: Use the Custom Shape tool or the Line tool. Or, you can “cheat” and borrow some arrows from Illustrator by pasting or placing from a Creative Cloud library. Let’s see what we can do with each of these methods. . . . .

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Editor in Chief of CreativePro. Instructor at LinkedIn Learning with courses on InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, GIMP, Inkscape, and Affinity Publisher. Co-author of The Photoshop Visual Quickstart Guide with Nigel French.
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