Posts Tagged ‘photoshop’

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Japanese Flowers Premium set

March 12, 2008

These are a commercial use high resolution version of the free set. Much requested and here at last! They look lovely when coloured in better than I have below, and also good overlayed and cut out on textures too for digital scrapbooking. (tutorial to come on that soon) When they’re printed at 300dpi, each flower in this set is 2 -3 ” across.

23 brushes in the set

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This set costs £5. After payment you will be redirected to the file download

high res Japanese Flowers

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Dotted Trees brushes

March 4, 2008

It’s been a busy week, but here’s a new set for you. More trees! These can be made available as a premium set too – just ask. There are 11 brushes in this set.

Download here (right click and save as)

Dotted Trees

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Japanese Flowers brush set

February 16, 2008

20 Japanese art style flowers. Filesize 278kb. Download here

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Floral velvet pattern set

February 15, 2008

6 seamless repeating ornamental floral velvet patterns. Free for personal use. For commercial use you can buy a license for £3.50.

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Using the brushes even if you don’t have Photoshop

February 15, 2008

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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Tip – How to find the exact centre of your image

February 14, 2008

Useful for alignment, and simple to do.

Starting with your new image, make a new layer

Fill that layer with any colour with the paintbucket tool

Open your rulers (View > Rulers)

Press Ctrl and T (the shortcut for free transform)

You’ll now see the centre of your image. Drag your rulers to the centre

Now cancel your free transform and delete that layer.

Voila.

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Badges Brush set

February 13, 2008

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)

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