This is kind of a trial go - I keep walking past all these striking buildings in the morning on the way to work, and thinking "I should make brushes of those". I've not recharged my camera in ages though, so I dug through my holiday photos to get building shots to see if they were useful.
Anyway - made with retro Photoshop 7 for PC.
Here is the second set of our smoke background brushes. unlike the previous brush set, this volume includes images of smoke that are thicker and curlier that you can use for creating powerful and dramatic effect in your compositions. This set includes 21 high-resolution thin smoke brushes. Experiment with different blending modes to come up with the desired effect. Ideally, these brushes are most effective when used with dark background.
Each brush has a resolution of around 2500 pixels. Created in Adobe Photoshop CS3, these brushes should work with any CS version of Photoshop.
Please leave a comment if you happen to like these brushes or if you find them useful. Your comments will be greatly appreciated.
IMPORTANT!!!: Please refrain from redistributing these brushes, (i.e., downloading this set and making it available for download somewhere else). Also, HOTLINKING to the archived file is not allowed. Please refer to this post if you want to spread the word.
This is a set containing a total of 14 Photoshop brushes. I made them using Photoshop 7. The background in the preview is also a brush, I thought it made a nice looking texture so I included it
RULES: They are free to download and use as you like, but if you do use them and display your work here at deviantArt or elsewhere all I ask is that you please credit me with my deviantArt ID and link!
And of course I'd love to see how they are used, so you can drop me a comment or note and I'll be happy to check out your work.
This is my 1st brush pack for the public use....please let me know if I did something wrong!
These were made in Photoshop CS3, using fractals I myself made and rendered in Apophysis 2.07 Beta. The pack contains 9 pairs of brushes. The sample page I provide only shows 5 because some are the same wing just set at different degrees for different uses. The name of the brush will have a number after the name like this FeatherWing65*. meaning the feather wing brush was set at 65 degrees.
PLEASE if you use these brushes in your projects, please give me credit, and link back to my profile. Let me know if you like, or don't like for that matter, I would like to hear what you have to say.
*EDIT* This is a .RAR file, and you will need Winrar to open it, so if you do not already have it please go here [link] and download a free program to get you going. Please note me with Q's.