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Torn Paper brushes

By melemel
A bumper set of 28 torn paper brushes made in Photoshop 7 - both high and low res. Great when used as an eraser to distress your clean edged images. Also try using in conjunction with my handmade paper pattern set [link]

Free for personal use only, and give credit to if you use them please! For commercial and credit free use, you can buy a license from my shop

Visit my blog Mels Brushes for lots more resources

Quick Tut:

You can use the small speckly brushes in the set to create your own torn edges. Here’s how..

* Set the foreground colour you would like
* Select one of the speckly brushes from the set
* Draw a custom shape with Paths’ selected, not fill
* Right click on the path and selct ‘Fill path’ (use foreground colour)
* Right click on the path again and select ‘Stroke Path’ (select brush from the drop-down)
* Do this 2 or 3 times
* Using the direct selection tool (the black arrow) right click on the path, and select delete path

You should now have a fuzzy ‘torn paper’ edge to your shape.
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thank you for sharing with us. ;P

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Will try to download this..Thanks for sharing to all of us..
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download it, thank you!
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thank you so much for this beautyful work and for sharing it
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stargraphy's avatar
thank you! lovely one
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Callaluna's avatar
Love these brushes, thank you!
Very nice, thanks for sharing
ValeYvonne's avatar
I download it, when I use it for my work I'll credit you xD
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Used this here:[link]

Thank You!
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villakoira's avatar
Ooh, these are cool! Great work.
Yagami0's avatar
Very nice, thanks for sharing :D
bboisvert's avatar
i mean IT didnt work right.
bboisvert's avatar
This brush sucked and I didnt work right. Sorry.
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They suck? oh well at least they were free
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