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Texturemate hits 75 original free brush sets!

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Texturemate has now hit 75 original free brush sets! Not a bad achievement, thanks to all that have been enjoying them! Head over to the brushes section to start browsing and downloading!

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Texturemate hits it's 60th Free Brush Set!

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With the addition of Grunge Brushes 6, texturemate now has 60 free brush sets available! Not too bad considering texturemate isn't even 9 months old yet! I hope you enjoy all of the brushes and as soon as Michigan does not have so much snow, I will be outside shooting more textures to upload!

I've increased the brushes page view from 9 brushes per page to 18!

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I figured 9 brushes is too few to view at a time especially since there are over 50 online now... So I increased the Brushes pages to view 18 at a time. Less paging and way more in one view!

Happy New Years!

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Happy New Years! I hope 2011 brings everyone great design success! Texturemate now has over 50 free brush sets going into 2011... Since we are still covered in snow here, outdoor textures will be slow going for a little while and I will be focusing on free brush sets and free patterns while indoors. I'll try to upload the occasional texture pack as well and get some more seamless textures up.

Why aren't Adobe Photoshop brushes backwards compatible?

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Why does Adobe make it so brushes are not backwards compatible with every new release? Are brushes really that big of a deal where they have to change their format every version? Just wondering...

So far so good with abrMate!

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Thanks for writing this little piece of software! Very handy for just checking out my brushes one by one and seeing what I actually want loaded, etc. One feature that would be cool that Brush Pilot does is to scan your 'installed' brushes directories to tell you which brushes are currently loaded and which ones aren't. This is a great start and version 1.0 though!

Brusheezy.com

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Brusheezy.com is great online community for trading brushes.

Anyone know where to get tree brushes?

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Anyone know where to get some good tree profile brushes? I am looking for some free ones...

abrMate Tutorial: Export All Open Brushes to .png's

You can export as many brushes as you want to .png files in one step with abrMate. First, open all Adobe Photoshop .abr files you would like to convert to .png images by opening them one at a time or whole directories at once. Now click the button on the left titled 'Export All Open Brushes to .png's'.

With Any Brushes Open, Click 'Export All Open Brushes to .png's'.png

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