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Post Stamp Brushes

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This set of free Photoshop brushes includes images of those markings you see on letter envelops or postcards that you usually receive via the traditional postal service or snail mail. I do not know exactly what they call these markings. I am referring to the usually round markings that each country’s postal service put on the face of the envelop of a letter and usually indicates not only the country but the date the letter arrived and received by that particular country as well. Are these also called post stamps?

You can use these brushes in making collage of pictures from your travels or in making post cards more realistic by putting a stamp on them. These would also add flavor if used in your scrapbooks.

Each brush has a resolution of 2500 pixels. There are a total of 24 brushes in this volume. Like many of our brushes, this set was also created in Adobe Photoshop CS3. Thus, you can install the .abr file in any CS version of Photoshop.

To know more about terms of use and to download this set, visit this [link]
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smedina146Hobbyist General Artist
thank you!
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thank you very much
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where I can download this brushes?
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awesome, gonna use! :D
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Thanks I used it here

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MakademiaStudent General Artist
I used this and your vintage brush on here [link]
thanks very much
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Erm , when I clicked download , it shows me the page to download the preview (image) instead.
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fiftyfivepixelsProfessional General Artist
you need to jump to my website to download it. Sorry, I did not post it here at DA. If you missed the link up there, here's the [link] again.
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