Rock 3 Brushpack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here is a new set of rock brushes taken from my latest rock textures. This brush set contains 10 brushes that are 2500 pixels in size to help out with background texture in your design project. I think there are some pretty cool rock surfaces in this brush set! I created the brushes in Adobe Photoshop 7 so that they will work with PS7.x and anything newer (all CS versions will work). These will also work in Gimp. You can use my utility, abrMate if you would like to extract the brushes as .png's for use in Paint Shop Pro or something else. Hope you enjoy!


Rock 3 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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latz's picture

Thanks! Love these rock

Thanks! Love these rock brushes. I'm a rock-hound.

suruha's picture

These are really cool! Thank

These are really cool! Thank you!

sueozzie's picture

Many thanks I love these

Many thanks I love these brushes .... :)

andy's picture

great brushes can I use them

great brushes can I use them to create website headers that I intend to sell including the psd files

Yas's picture

شكرا جزيلا : Thanks alot

شكرا جزيلا : Thanks alot

Kristianus Kurnia's picture

Thanx a lot, this is what I

Thanx a lot, this is what I want :D

Anonymous's picture

It is super cool You do this.

It is super cool You do this. Thanks so much.

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