I'm kind of in two minds about posting this - it's from the cemetary between Bronte and Clovelly beaches in Sydney, so it's actually a memorial to someone's dead loved one. I didn't check the date or the name, but I remember they were a 'beloved mother.'
It's a really striking statue in real life - when we walked past it I was kind of unnerved. In retrospect though, I rather like it. (Not necessarily the photo though!)
This time I'm giving you the most beloved part of my workshop I love to create designs with those brushes. Now you can try it too.
The set contains nine wonderful skylines. The are big - at least 1300px each. So you can build yourself a cute little city
Created in Photoshop 7.0. If you have some problems with those brushes, please note me
Brushes: 15 Version: Photoshop 7+, Photoshop Elements 2+, GIMP 2.2.6+
Photoshop brushes for creating textures. I love making my own brushes to help create texture in my pieces, and this is one of the ways that I do it. Some of these are from real photos, some of them are hand-painted by moi. These particular ones are circular and fade out at the edges so that you can blend them together fairly efficiently, and do all kinds of neat stuff for painting textures with special brush effects.
Brushes: 23 Version: Photoshop 7+, Photoshop Elements 2+, GIMP 2.2.6+
A set of Photoshop brushes made up of cracks in various materials, made up from my own photos. Stone, pavement, sand, concrete, mud... etc. etc. They really should work well for cracks in just about anything. Most are around 1000 pixels high or wide.