Brush Strokes 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Last time I was messing with my paintbrush and some acrylic paint, I thought some faded brush strokes would make cool brushes. So I scanned 15 of them and turned them into a set! These brush stroke brushes are around 1000 to 2000 pixels in size. The download contains a .abr file that works in Adobe Photoshop CS5 as well as Gimp. Hopefully these brush strokes are useful for you!


Brush Strokes 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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"The Best Freeware Windows Application for Managing Adobe Photoshop or Gimp Brushes"

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Anonymous's picture

Thank you!

Thank you!

Bill's picture

Sure thing!

Sure thing!

Anonymous's picture

Hello, I am curious if these

Hello, I am curious if these fancy brushes you made are safe to use?
Can I use them commercially or non commercially without your consent?

Regards, James

Bill's picture

James, Yes you can use these

James,

Yes you can use these brushes commercially or for personal use. Credit is appreciated, but not required! Hope you enjoy them!

COsborne's picture

Thank you for a great

Thank you for a great resource.

Renee's picture

I love you for this!

I love you for this!

Anika's picture

Thank You SO SO much for

Thank You SO SO much for this... and thank you for allowing us to use it commercially too.
i have just learned to use photoshop and hopefully plan to start with some designing work here in India... So Thank you again...
:O)

Gordon's picture

thank you for your brushes!!

thank you for your brushes!!

Vladka's picture

They are awesome. thanks a

They are awesome. thanks a lot.

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