Swirls 2 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here are ten more swirls that I generated and converted to brushes. They are higher resolution this time, 1000 pixels by 1000 pixels and have a little more spiral and swirl action going on. Download is a single .abr file that will work with Adobe Photoshop (created with CS5) or Gimp. Let me know how they work out!


Swirls 2 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

these are ill my kinda style

these are ill my kinda style love these

Lynn's picture

Thank you for your hard work,

Thank you for your hard work, these are great!!!

Bill's picture

No problem, Lynn. Glad you

No problem, Lynn. Glad you like them!

Anonymous's picture

Loving this, but I'm new to

Loving this, but I'm new to photoshop. How do I get these in my brush category?

Bill's picture

Hello, you need to put the

Hello, you need to put the .abr file into your 'Brushes' subdirectory under Photoshop for it to recognize the brushes!

Anonymous's picture

i love the brushes but it

i love the brushes but it won't download it on photoshop 0.7. how come?

Bill's picture

I created the brushes in

I created the brushes in Photoshop CS5 and unfortunately, it is looking look they aren't backwards compatible with 7... Thanks Adobe! I've been debating getting Version 7 back on a PC so that I can make Version 7 sets of brushes.... Haven't yet though...

Ed's picture

Bill, exactly what I was

Bill, exactly what I was looking for, beautiful work! Thank you very much - Ed

Bill's picture

Thanks Ed! Glad it works for

Thanks Ed! Glad it works for you!

Debbie's picture

Love these brushes - thanks a

Love these brushes - thanks a ton for sharing them :)

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