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For blending with, creates smooth and rough various textures. These are smallish (100-150px) for detail blending but you can resize/adjust for blending larger areas.
How to use:

Option1. Drag and drop .tpl file into PS and voila, your smudge tool is set. Alternative way of loading .tpl is inside the .zip pack.
Option2. In case the above method doesn't work for you, load .abr file normally like any brush, and just select them for smudge tool. It will also work for mixer brush, dodge, burn, etc.

TIP: Smudge tool can be set for following sampling:
a) (default) current layer - will smudge and blend contents of currently active layer
b) (tick) all layers - will smudge and blend contents of active layer with all visible layers above and below

:bulletgreen: Credit is most appreciated (put : devzummerfish : without spaces in your description por favor!)
:bulletred: Do not sell, redistribute, claim as your own, etc.


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Night Town Psd-Tutorial by zummerfish
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Raw .jpg scans that I used for the brushes are collected here marcianek.deviantart.com/art/R…

tumblr post: marcianek.tumblr.com/post/4702…

Hi-res brushes (except 1st one that works better on low-res hair drawings) that should work in every Photoshop CS version and in PS 7.0. To get them click download button on the right side of this description.

Apparently, they work in Gimp 2.8.6 too

Terms of usage
Sharing and Crediting:

:bulletred: This brush pack is completly FREE to use. Which means, these brushes itself CAN'T be sold as a whole pack, or as a part of another pack.

:bulletred: You can share this pack on other sites, provided you will not claim them as your own, and attach the credits/link to original source.

:bulletred: You can modify brushes and/or share them with other packs online, provided there's credit to the original pack, and provided that you'll also publish the modified/mixed pack as a FREE to use.(of course don't mix these brushes with brushes from commercial, non-free packs, to cancel their terms of usage or something like that, it won't work like that.)

This is especially important as I really want these brushes to be avaiable for fun, so please respect dem rules :)

You of course can modify this pack to be usefull for another softwares like GIMP, since I'm not able to do that- I don't know this software enough. Of course credit and link to original required and all that stuff ;)


Working with the brushes:

:bulletred: You can sell works made by these brushes, or use them for private/educational purposes, it's completly up to you.

:bulletblue: Crediting me under your work for using brushes is nice but only optional :)



It's a brush pack, that 15-6 years old me made out of various watercolour and pencil stains from my sketches. So, due to them being so old, I think they should work even with the PS 7.0. I just arranged them, cleaned up and over-saved the .abr file in PS CS5, but there's nothing, that shouldn't work in older versions I guess. They are simple, since I made them at the beggining of my digital painting adventure...
I highly recommend messing with opacity flow set to pen pressure or shape dynamics :heart: Some of the brushes have it, some don't, also, decreasing spacing in shape dynamics to about 8-9 from normal 25 gives more fluent stroke in some cases...
so please, experiment!
These brushes are in quite raw form, because I wanted to keep them like they were originally (despite some noob mistakes XD)


Enjoy, I hope? :)

Edit: Thank you guys and girls so, so much. You're incredible: I would never expect such warm welcome for this upload. And seriously, again, thank you so much.

Examples by other deviantartists:
:thumb376038043: by Nephire :thumb378974135: by razuri
:thumb376668941: by hunterofthedark :thumb378940768: la-Structure-du-Ciel
:thumb392233088: by ApplesAppies
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I made a video to go with these here where I explain what I use each for, how I made them, etc, so I'm not going to explain that all over. Here's the video:

Brush Presets Panel and My Brushes - Photoshop for Digital Painters

As I explained in the video I made all of these myself or they're variations of Photoshop's basic brushes. The soft brushes are in white because I use those to erase. If the brushes have a light blue box around them that means those are different strokes made by the same brush. The rest is pretty self explanatory.

* These brushes only work and are only included for CS6 users. If you have CS5 and below or Elements install the corresponding brush pack which I have fixed and tested in CS2 with other people confirming they work with other CS versions AND Elements (all the way down to 5.0 is confirmed). I used abrMate, for anyone else who was as mystified by compatibility issues as I was.

I licensed them under CC, commercial, share-alike. CC licenses always require crediting/attribution, but I'm adding an exception:
You don't need to credit me if you're using them in a painting, whether you sell it or not. You only need to credit me if you share the brushes, modify the brushes and create your own pack, or include them in a pack of your own. I'm talking about the complex non-basic brushes here. I think it's obvious which are which.

And now I think I deserve some shameless self-promotion for this...

All basic brushes... mostly, the music notes were a temporary brush and I textured the background a bit, but otherwise you can see brushes aren't that important:

Sherlock at the Window by AlanTheRobot

With this one I used the Real Media Wet to Dry that I worked hard to tweak just right and a lot of textures. If you saw the video you can see me use quite a variety especially for the floor.

Blood on the Concrete - Part 1 by AlanTheRobot

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Includes photoshop brushes to make the iris seen in the preview image, as well as a quick little tutorial. Can also be overlayed on photos.
I also have a tutorial here that may help draw: fav.me/d6bkfrd
EDIT:  Please do not forget to learn to draw eyes from scratch!  These should be a learning tool, not just a shortcut. :)
Please remember to credit because I did paint the brushes by hand, they are not ripped from a photo. I put actual artistic work into the brushes so it is my art you're using, not just a fancy brush setting. Credit is required.

RULES:
:star: You must credit me and link back here if used. I'd also love to see it!
:star: Fave :+fav: if you download, please.


DO NOT claim as your own art. Enjoy!
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This is my first own brush set, what includes six different water surface pattern brushes.

~ Rules to use ~

It would be nice to see what you have done with my brush set, so please link me a picture where you have used them, but itīs not necessary.
Credit me in your workīs description
Donīt use my brushes to make your own brushes
Donīt claim that they are your brushes

~ If you download this, please put it in your favourites or tell me! Enjoy! :)
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Hey everyone, 16 new brushes were added to the Brushes Resources Page. This includes 4 of the free brushes, and 12 new brushes including the Pattern, Nature and Chaos brush pages.
Check them out here: [link]
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Here are my brushes. The top half are just variants of basic brushes, the
bottom half were made from ink blots that I scanned.

I'll be doing a livestream tutorial tomorrow night (Tuesday) at 7:00 PM EST,
showing how I use these brushes. I'll also try to demonstrate how to make
things look "painterly" without looking messy. Or at least, that's what I'm
going to TRY to do. We'll see how well it goes.

Terms of Use:
If you want these brushes... take them. You don't have to pay me, you don't
have to credit me, you don't even have to thank me. I made them in about
five minutes, and I hate when people try to charge for things like this.

Here's my live stream page: [link]
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After so many people requested it, I finally found the time to go through my gigantic pile of brushes and clean them from duplicates and presets I've never really used. The set is built on brushes found all over the internet. You may or not find in it brushes made by ~DanHowardArt, `DanLuVisiArt, *CoyoteMange, *algenpfleger and many many more. I picked and chose what I liked from them and that's how this big-ass set came to life.

The set contains 174 brushes that I use on an everyday basis. For your convenience it's divided into 9 categories:

  • Basic - brushes I use the most. Most of my paintings are made using those particular brushes and often I use only those alone. Brushes from the following categories are just an addition and are used depending on the subject and stylization I work in.
  • Clouds - a few dynamic brushes to paint skies, mist and smoke.
  • Rock - perfect for rocks, ground and other rough surfaces.
  • Water - splashes and brushes with wet edges - best if used with light paint on dark surfaces.
  • Hair & Feathers - Well, ain't I a douchebag. I completely forgot to check the release document for most of the fur and feather brushes and now had to remove them from the set. To download the brushes I use for painting fur, feathers and scales, please visit this brush set --> [link] made by *CoyoteMange
  • Plants - a very big set of dynamic brushes for painting foliage. Most of them are hand-painted giving pictures a very nice and unified look.
  • Details - all sorts of little things that add to the final image - seams, light effects, laces and trinkets.
  • Textures - yummy grunge and garbage that will make those flat surfaces look interesting. Scratches, wrinkles, rust, pores, stains - all you'll ever need.
  • Smudge - special brushes for blending. They give very interesting blur and displacement effects.

Why lazy? Because there are plenty of brushes that make your life easier.

The set works best with Photoshop CS5 and CS6. It should work with versions from 2 to 4 too but some of the brushes might not give the same effects.

Feel free to download and pick whatever you like. Have fun!
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Hey guys, here is my brush pack people have been asking me about. I hope you enjoy them!

The top 8 are my staple brushes that I normally paint with!
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11 brushes for Photoshop CS series for various artistic and texturing effects. Can be used to imitate wet and dry media as well as used for blending/smudging purposes.  Brushes come with embedded settings for dynamics, transparency and color but you're welcome to play around. To get it, hit Download, unpack with Winzip/Winrar an drag&drop .abr file to Photoshop.

:bulletgreen: Credit is most appreciated (put : devzummerfish : without spaces in your description por favor!)
:bulletred: Do not sell, redistribute, claim as your own, etc.


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