Star 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here are ten star shaped brushed that I created by playing with some rendering settings. They are all 1000 pixel by 1000 pixel brushes. These brushes could be used as stars or glares or something fun. Download contains a .abr brush set file that will work with Adobe Photoshop or Gimp, let me know if you like these star brushes and I'll make more!


Star 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Cathy's picture

thanks, these are great

thanks, these are great

Anonymous's picture

I recently switched from ps7

I recently switched from ps7 to ai cs5...I cant seem to get cs5 to open or accept any abr brush files? I didnt have any problems loading in ps7...Im sure I must be doing something incorrect...please advise.
Thanks
JW

Art's picture

thanks

thanks

Heinz's picture

thanks

thanks

Anonymous's picture

thanks

thanks

photoshop tutorials's picture

great work thanks

great work thanks

Anonymous's picture

Thanks a Bunch, theses are

Thanks a Bunch, theses are awesome.

RoyBoy's picture

All your brushes work great

All your brushes work great on my GIMP 2.6 - if I had any commets it's that
I am using the d-loaded brushes with ABRmate and then coverting them to PGN files and then the GBR files for GIMP. I'd like to see an easier way.
Anyway, TY for all the great stuff here.

PS: I use GIMP alot for textures I make for my 2nd Life builds.

Anonymous's picture

all your brushes are

all your brushes are wonderful. i use them for my personal digital scrap booking albums. thanks for sharing all of your creations free!

oumhiba's picture

merci infiniment et tres

merci infiniment et tres bonne continuation

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