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Hit download for the full sized image. I didn't seperate each brush--they're stamped on there at their full size for you to use in any program you want. If you make a brush set for another program, upload it, CREDIT ME, and LET ME KNOW and I'll link to it from the original Photoshop CS2 set.
[link] <--Photoshop CS2 there.

What you see on this picture is what you get--a set of Tolkienish mountain brush stamp thingummers.

Brushes free for use commercially, privately, basically for anything you can think of EXCEPT claiming you did it, repackaging as a set, etc. Credits and link back nice but unnecessary. If you show me what you made, of course, I do fav in my 'stuff made out of my stuff' folder. :)
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brunoescritor Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2017   Writer
Good brushes. Congratullations!
rconfiant Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2015
Thanks for the brushes they came in handy. :-)
Kastarnia Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

First of all I wanna thank you for sharing. ^^
This mountains are very nice and would love to use them. But how this works?
I have to download the image and then... open it in ps?
calthyechild Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
If you have Photoshop just download the brush pack here.… If you use another program, download the image, and usually, you can select the part you want and add it to your brush menu in whatever way your program adds new brushes. This is just an image to enable people without Photoshop to make my mountain brushes into brushes for their own program.

Thank you.
DaronAndrew Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Professional Filmographer

Just used in a new logo design.

takare--x, chill for a minute, please.

Terrific brushes mate!
calthyechild Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I see your logo got taken down! I hope it wasn't because you were using my brushes, because I make my rules pretty clear... "Brushes free for use commercially, etc, CREDIT NOT REQUIRED" I'm pretty sure that I can't make my freeness any clearer than that.

So yeah, if you got removed for art theft, by all means put it back up and note that if anyone has a problem with my lack of requirement for credit and linkbacks they can chill. And of course I'd love to see what you made.

Thanks for the appreciation and sorry if you got into trouble for someone reporting you and not reading my (lack of) rules!
DaronAndrew Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Hey, I actually took the image down myself, and because I plan on using it as a personal business logo and don't see the need to have it on DA (especially if there are more crazy police making the whole process less enjoyable).

Anyhow, love the brush set, and love that you're generous with your creations!


(they are slightly modified, just to avoid complete repetition) Rest assured, I would never claim it as my own - I could make my own, but this brush set captured exactly what I had in mind. So thanks again
calthyechild Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, I'm surprised you got jumped on by DA police... bad luck, I guess. Good luck with the personal business, logo looks great, nice and classy.

I made it for people to USE. (fussfuss)

Hey, as long as you didn't get reported for a rule you didn't break. Anywho, thanks for showing me, and good luck.
DaronAndrew Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Thanks, and good luck to you as well. Cheers.
takaree Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012
[link] someone is using these at logo and haven't credit. Is it okay? o.O
calthyechild Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
"Credits and link back nice but unnecessary" <--I don't actually have rules.

So yeah, it's okay. I actually kind of encourage people to take my brushes and use them freely without worrying about having to credit me or link me or show me, because I feel like crediting brushes would be like crediting every pencil I used in a traditional sketch. While I appreciate your diligence, don't worry. I'm a 100% rule-free stock artist. :)

Thank you for appreciating my work, though.
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