Spray Paint Drip 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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I got a new scanner so it's time to scan some things! Here is a set of ten brushes I created from spray painting paper and letting it drip. These drip and splatter brushes should be useful for something. These brushes are all pretty high resolution, between 1000 and 2000 pixels. The download contains a .abr file that was created using Adobe Photoshop CS5 and also works in Gimp. Hope you like these spray paint drip brushes!

Spray Paint Drip 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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shankar's picture

hi thi is shankar... this

hi thi is shankar...
this brush is sooooooooo..... good

Bill's picture

Glad you like it, Shankar!

Glad you like it, Shankar!

Anonymous's picture

Hi, can these brushes be used

Hi, can these brushes be used on t shirts? I'm designing graphics for t-shirts and was wondering if I could use them? thanks

Bill's picture

Yes, of course you can use

Yes, of course you can use them on a t-shirt design!

Ed's picture

Bill, you do great work, all

Bill, you do great work, all the brushes work perfectly and are beautiful - thanks!

Bill's picture

Thanks Ed, glad to hear

Thanks Ed, glad to hear they're working out for you! I'd love to see your finished work sometime.

Jinny's picture

I use gimp and really want to

I use gimp and really want to use these brushes in my art work but when I download it all I get is the preview image and the "texturemate-spraypaintdrips1.abr" and I dont know how I can open it or use it as a brush. Some help would be nice. Thankies.

Bill's picture

Hello Jinny, All you need to

Hello Jinny,

All you need to do is place the .abr file in a directory that Gimp searches for Brushes. The default directory is:

C:\Program Files\GIMP-2.0\share\gimp\2.0\brushes

or you can go into your settings and pick your own directories if you wish. Then refresh or restart Gimp and you should be able to use the brushes!

Anonymous's picture

Really trying to find

Really trying to find sumthing like that frm months

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