20 Japanese art style flowers. Filesize 278kb. Download here
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There is brilliant free (opensource) program ABRviewer which extracts PNG images from photoshop brush sets. What this means is that you can use it to convert brush sets that were made in CS3 or CS2 to use in older versions.
For instance, I use Photoshop 7, but if I try to download a brush set made in CS3 it won’t work and I get an error message. Very frustrating when you’ve just found an amazing set that you can’t wait to try out.
Extracting the PNG images is also useful for non photoshop users, and for digital scrapbooking etc. It makes the images contained within brush sets available to everyone, in any graphics editing software.
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Lots of web 2.0 style badges. Average size 250 pixels. Made in Photoshop 7. If you would like to use these commercially please email me for a license (£5)
Download here (right click and save as)
Brushes for print. 23 high resolution large size hearts brush set. Ideal for scrapbooking, overlaying on photography, or for posters, T-shirts, business cards, CD covers etc. This set can be used commercially and with no need to link back to me.
£5.00 After payment you will be redirected to your download
Oh, and happy valentines day!
Did you know that the latest version of GIMP supports the use of .abr files? (thats the file extension that photoshop brushes use)
GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a free program for tasks like photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. Like photoshop, it uses layers, has filters, custom brushes etc. It’s a great alternative to photoshop, and now you don’t have to go through the hassle of converting brush sets.
It does has a steeper learning curve than photoshop but there are plenty of good beginners tutorials out there if you search.
Getting in nice and early for Easter. Here are 20 patterned egg brushes.
Best used with layer blends to get vivid effects. Here’s how:
– On layer 1, do an egg in black.
– Make a new layer
– On that layer, do another egg in the colour you want.
– Right click on that top layer, and choose Blending Options..
– From the layer style panel that appears, choose a ‘blend mode’ from the drop down box.
– Using multiply, hard light or overlay generally gives a good effect. Make sure you have the preview box checked so you can play around with the effects
– Click ok
Here’s a preview of the brushes in the set.
Its time for the obligatory valentines brushes. These have a grunge/burlesque feel to them and there are 12 in the set. Download and express your love…