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Photoshop Stamp Brushset

By AssClownFish
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So, I'ma beat around the bush for a lot of my photoshop users. This is a complete brush set of my stamps that I use. 3 sizes and some customization brushes.

Intalling: [link]

Or google it for a similar result.

You may use these all you want. These are the barest of bare templates and allow you to go nuts with whatever designs you do. If you do some, please show me <3 Let me know how they work!
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iJoeyMonster's avatar
Do these work for GIMP?
Great Brushes. Filling a need!
RockStocks's avatar
Hi, used here... an invaluable resource :)… Many thanks!
PavelZakarovRomanov's avatar
nice anicarnistic font
brwoods's avatar
Great brushes
Thanks...very cool brushes.
Purple-Turnips's avatar
They didn't work for my Photoshop.:( I had to make the template myself.

I'll try again.:)
ZioDark's avatar
Awesome brushes and thank you
Hyperthia's avatar
Hey, I used your brushes to redo an old stamp of mine. [link] :meow:
Sye216's avatar
:noes: I wonder if these would work with GIMP. I'd love to make my own stamp designs.
delade's avatar
You can use Photoshop brushes (.abr) in Gimp, no need to convert. Add the brush (.abr/.gbr/.gih only) file to your 'C:\Users\username\Documents\.gimp-2.x\brushes' folder (Vista HP). *For .zip/.rar or other compressed files read below ->

username=your computer username (ex: jenni or jeff) - used for windows logon
view folders screen-shot: [link]

.gimp-2.x=your Gimp version (ex: 2.6) - usually the Gimp version installed on your computer

*COMPRESSED FILES: If brush file is in a compressed (.zip/.rar/other) format, you must unzip/extract the file(s) before adding the brush(es) to the Gimp brushes folder. How? Read next ->

STEP 1: If compressed, unzip/extract file(s). You can create a new folder named 'stampbrushes' (or other) on your computer to unzip/extract the file(s). !Important: Make note of the location of the new folder. (ex: 'C:\Users\username\Documents\Downloads\stampbrushes' )

STEP 2: Go to the extracted file(s) folder, select the desired brush(es), then MOVE or COPY brush(es) to the 'C:\Users\username\Documents\.gimp-2.x\brushes' folder.

STEP 3: If Gimp is already open, click the REFRESH brushes icon - usually on the lower right of toolbox. If not open, just open Gimp to use/view the brush(es).

Congratulations, you installed a Gimp brush! :icongrin-plz:


If you have trouble with this, I'm online daily.
Morgue-Awall's avatar
GIMP can't open the brushes, but here's a tutorial I used for converting them. [link]
Sye216's avatar
:iconilavplz: THANKYOUSOMUCH
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