Ink Strokes 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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This brush set contains 10 vertical brush strokes that came out pretty jagged and have circles within the stroke from ink building up while pausing at various spots. I made these jagged brush strokes by hand and then scanned them into Photoshop. They make for some pretty cool effects depending on how you use them. I used one or two of the brushes to make the pink and purple background by using the brush with large amounts of jitter in Gimp. It turned into a pretty cool background of vertical streaks. Of course you can rotate them if you don't want them to all be vertical. The download contains an .abr file with the entire set. These brushes are compatible with Adobe Photoshop 7 and any newer version you may have as well (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 extract .png's of each brush in a brush file for you!

Ink Stroke 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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how do u download it on

how do u download it on photoshop CS5?

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Hello, click the download

Hello, click the download link to download the brush set. Extract the .abr file in the downloaded zip file to your Adobe Photoshop's Presets/Brushes folder. By default this is under C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5.

Good Luck!

Anonymous's picture

How do you add this to gimp

How do you add this to gimp brushes?

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