Photofiltre – Nozzles

May 10, 2008

Ok, so I was looking around for a simple graphics program for my son to use, and cames across this amazing software called Photofiltre Studio. It has many of the features of Photoshop, such as layers, brushes etc, and has a very nice clean user friendly interface. Plus its only 29 Euros – a bargain!

Download a 30 day trial of it here – its only 7.5mb (its a .exe file)

One of the features I liked are the ‘Nozzles’. They’re basically full colour image stamps, and you can either spray them in a line, or stamp them individually. So.. looking at the program files nozzles folder I found that each Nozzle set is just a PNG with the images evenly spaced in a strip. Same witht he brush sets. So.. i had to have a go at making my own. Here are the results to check out. Right-click the image and ‘save as’ to download, then put them into your photofiltre Nozzles folder. There are 3 Nozzle sets in the zip pack, and each image is about 175pixels across. The limitation is lack of control of the size when using the nozzles, you can change it but only by setting them at 25%, 50% and so on.

Alternatively, you can just use these PNGs in any other graphics program.


  1. Thanks voor de Nozzles!
    i was looking for them on the net and then i came here..

    thank you very much!

  2. “Forbidden

    You don’t have permission to access /brushes/nozzles.zip on this server.”

  3. The parent can make a game of “putting away” instead of thinking of it as a distasteful chore. Electricity and babies aren’t a safe mix at all. Those toys might have sentimental value and are certainly cost-effective, but they may not meet current safety standards and may be so worn from play that they can break and become hazardous.

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