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Watercolor I

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By GrayscaleStock   |   
Published: January 11, 2010
© 2010 - 2020 GrayscaleStock
Some nice watercolor brushes for you to mess with. :)

Same rules as with stock.

These are STAMP brushes, not continuous brushes!

These brushes were tested in Photoshop CS3. I've included the PSD file for those with other versions/apps.

Take care,
Sabra
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eylulgaga's avatar
eylulgagaHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks
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rispaizyProfessional General Artist
i faved and used your brushes: [link]
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webbb82Professional Digital Artist
This is a Notification of being Featured of our site Digital ink Magazine, as part of the fifty free photoshop brushes article. If you wish to view this article go here keep up the great work
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YvfotoHobbyist Digital Artist
thanks
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MinamikoSanStudent General Artist
I used your stock here. I'm using it as a picture for a roleplay character on Gaiaonline:

[link]
psdmaterial's avatar
Featured on my website: [link] :D
konacha's avatar
konacha Interface Designer
very nice brushes~
cruciald's avatar
Just wanted to say thanks for these and that I linked to them on my blog @ [link]
Tetsuk0's avatar
Just a quick question as I am trying to classify the brushes in my gallery - would you say these are stroke type brushes (which you can paint continuous lines with) or stamp type brushes (designed to make a particular fixed shape)? I only ask this as I am not sure how you got the drippy effect on your cover pic. Thanks for your help from tetsuk0 and #Digital-Brush-Depot
GrayscaleStock's avatar
No these are stamp brushes :)
Tetsuk0's avatar
Oooo are any of the ones in this series stroke brushes? (the smoother ones maybe?) I think I have 4 or so of them in the gallery right now.
GrayscaleStock's avatar
No I'm afraid currently all I have is stamp brushes. Creating watercolor brushes in Photoshop is difficult, because the strokes can't actually interact with eachother, like they do in Artrage or Corel Painter.
Tetsuk0's avatar
ok thankyou for answering that for me. I will go and move the brushes into the stamp section. have a great day!
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TheLodgerHobbyist General Artist
Lovely colours :)
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