Symbols 2 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here's another brush preset set of symbols! Hard to believe this is already the 50th set of brushes I've uploaded to texturemate. This brush set contains 25 various symbol brushes. There's a couple cool symbols in there; a nuclear symbol brush, an eye symbol brush, a camera shutter symbol brush, etc. These symbols were taken from the IEC-60878 symbol standard for electrical medical equipment. The download contains a .abr brush preset file that was created in Adobe Photoshop and also works in Gimp. Remember my new software utility, abrMate if you use a different piece of design software besides Adobe Photoshop CS5 or Gimp and need the original .png of each brush for your own use. Just like eveything on texturemate, these brushes are completely free including commercial use!


Symbols 2 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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you are awesome mate! sharing

you are awesome mate! sharing your resources for free. I so respect that! why aren't there more people like you?

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Haha thanks! Good question?!

Haha thanks! Good question?!

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yo , ma man

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I Love This. Very Elegant.

I Love This. Very Elegant. The Line Style Used Is Perfect.

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