Hazard 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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You can always use more hazard symbols in design or 3d modeling projects, so here is a hazard symbol brush set! I took the time to create three different hazard symbols and create a few variations of them. There is a set of biohazard brushes, a set of nuclear brushes, and a set of standard danger brushes (You know, the triangle with the exclamation point in it). I also threw in a caution tape brush as well for good measure. I think the biohazard symbol was the funnest to make with the nuclear symbol being a close second. These brushes would be cool for some nuclear fallout grunge project or something. Each hazard symbol brush is fairly high resolution, 1000 to 2000 pixels or so in size. The download contains an .abr file with the entire set. These dangerous brushes are compatible with Adobe Photoshop 7 and newer (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4, and CS5!) as well as Gimp. If you have another piece of software such as Paint Shop Pro and want each brush as a .png, remember my new free software, abrMate can convert them for you!

Hazard 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

brilliant

brilliant

Anonymous's picture

Awesome brushes, thanks! Used

Awesome brushes, thanks! Used them for an emergency preparedness website, turned out great.

Anonymous's picture

thanks for this i was looking

thanks for this i was looking for brushes to try and make a radioactive wallpaper this helped alot

L33T's picture

great for adding unique

great for adding unique touches to pics ^.^

Anonymous's picture

GOOD LORD, MAN. I LOVE YOU.

GOOD LORD, MAN.
I LOVE YOU.

Strong30's picture

Thank you very much, nice

Thank you very much, nice work :-)

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