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While rummaging through some junk that they were throwing out of the design lab (Yeah I rummage through the trash for free supplies), I came across a brochure from 1981 for perspective templates.
I figured I would bring them into the 21st century. So I scanned the samples that were in the brochure cleaned them up and now voila. Perspective brushes. There are 30 in all. I'll be releasing them in packs of 10 as I do them.
A note on perspective:
These are meant as a time saving tool. You should really learn how to handle perspective on paper first, so you understand the concept fully.

Use however you want, link back here if it was helpful

Pack 1
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Version cs 2

Brushes : 14

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A while ago I saw Freddie Williams' perspective grid path (you can find it here) which is a great idea and saves a lot of time when drawing perspective.

However, a lot of the lines in his grid are cut off before the vanishing point to avoid that ugly clutter it makes.
If you need the grid for one point perspective where the vanishing point is in the picture that's fine, but otherwise I just found the many cut off lines confusing, so I made my own grid.

This is a .psd file with the grid. There's a guide to what to do with the path in the file if you're not familiar with using paths in Photoshop.
Feel free to use this as you please :)
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This is some graph paper I designed to help with drawing four-point perspective. Four point is the one where lots of lines are curved and it warps the picture so you can see (for example) an entire room at once. This grid is specially adapted for drawing the interior of just such a room with the addition of bold outlines for the walls and extra vertical lines across the "surface" of said walls. The walls are twenty grids wide and ten grids tall, making for a medium/large room if you assume the lines are one foot apart (20x20 foot floor space with 10 foot high cieling...). Obviously you can see one full wall and two half walls per page, so it would take two pages to draw an entire room.

This image is the same size as american letter paper in landscape (11 inches by 8.5 inches) at 600dpi and is suitable for printing. If you want to print it, make sure you download the full size AND tell your software to print without scaling (maybe tell it to "Crop" or "Preserve Dimensions").

If you're not sure how to use this grid, try looking around online a little bit; there are a few tutorials around. Here's a quick one I found on deviantart which isn't very detailed, but does a great job of demonstrating the general idea. I'll probably post some of what I'm drawing on these grids tonight/tomorrow/soonish, so that might also help.
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There are a few brush packs on dA, but nothing quite as versatile as I wanted. At least, nothing that wasn't just a pack composed of static camera angles. Not helpful :)

Anyways, I made my own /w illustrator and ps, and I think it's a nifty tool for loosely checking perspective. The brush itself is 2500pix then you can stamp it and resize as needed. Again, this is a resource and tool, feel free to snag it and try it out, but please don't feel honor-bound to give credit or a fav for it's use. <3

Enjoy!
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Today I was diving into some Tool Presets and finally making a 5-point perspective grid from scratch so that I can use it for all my distorted perspective needs.

Thought I'd share these for people who want quick perspective grids.

There are 3 tools here:
SHAPE: Vanishing Point
SHAPE: 5 point curvilinear grid
SHAPE: Grid

I named them such so that they stay together alphabetically in the tools palette by default.
You can go ahead and rename them if you so desire.

INSTALLING:
1. You'll need to use the Tool Presets Palette. I share its tab with brush settings. Find this under Window - Tool Presets
2. With the tab opened, go to the top-right corner and press the button that gives the options and find Load Tool Presets
3. Find and import the file
4. Should be good to go.

You won't get any cues or notice anything unless
you're already using the shape tool and you'll see
the named tools pop up.

If you import the tools twice, just hold ALT and click the tool preset to snip it away

If they don't show up after importing them (in the tool presets palette)
then uncheck the "current tool only" box OR cycle through the types of shape
tools to use the Polygon tool for the vanishing point, or the custom shape tool for the other two.

USING THE TOOLS:
1. Make sure you are using the polygon tool for the Vanishing Point tool preset
or the custom shape tool when using the other two (hotkey U by default and SHIFT + U to cycle through them)
1. Select the appropriate tool preset and remember to make a new layer on top
2. Choose a brush color you want (these will make pixels without the need to rasterize)
3. Drag it out from the center
4. Transform it if need be
5. Dial down the opacity of the layer
6. How to profit????

If they don't show up after importing them (in the tool presets palette)
then uncheck the "current tool only" box OR cycle through the types of
shape tools to use the Polygon tool for the vanishing point,
or the custom shape tool for the other two.

Cheers and Good Drawing
~Mikell
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This Photoshop perspective grid brushes pack contains four grids I have made and converted them to Photoshop brushes. Contained in this pack is a 1pt, 2pt, 3pt, and isometric grid brush. If you would like the brushes as singles, you can get them on my site www.adammiconi.com.

Feel free to share, please credit if you do.
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My most useful brushes that work in Photoshop CS3 and upwards. Please install both the brushes and tool presets included. When you choose the brushes from the tool presets window, you get the optimal flow setting too which is pretty important for some of them.
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I've started doing some of my own speed paintings.

This brush pack was made to make my paintings a little easier. i hope you find them useful for blocking in some background buildings or throwing up some steel structures.

Contents....
Art Brushes
Buildings
Distant Skylines
Distant Mountains
Steel Stuctures
Cranes
Chimneys, Smoke Stacks
Bridges
Chains
Clouds
Street Signs and Street Lights
Building Lights
Foliage
Dirt, Mud and Grass
Building Texture brushes
People
And many more i haven't listed.

There are over 150 brushes in this pack.

I hope they come in handy!

(I made these brushes in CS4 so they'll work in all CS editions of photoshop i presume, not sure about the earlier versions. you'll have to try for yourself)
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Thought someone might appreciate these. Created them on a whim and feel like they make for a solid foundation to work off of.

It's worth nothing that these probably should not be used for any high detail finish would. Everything is built for a single perspective, and while using a perspective skew is easy enough I'd recommend tweaking or creating your own brushes instead.

Edit: Whatnow!? Wow, thanks for the feature Elandria. Big thanks to everyone else too for stopping by!
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