Current Residence: Philadelphia Favourite genre of music: There's something interesting in all of them. Favourite style of art: Design MP3 player of choice: ipod Favourite cartoon character: Coach McGuirk Personal Quote: "I'm not above drinking wine straight from the bottle"
Favourite Visual Artist
Charles & Ray Eames, Warhol
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
In heavy rotation: Broken Social Scene, Fleet Foxes, Magnetic Fields, TV on the Radio, Neko Case
I've re-activated the Brushing Up blog after pulling it down a few weeks ago. Meanwhile, all of my brushes are still available here and through the blog.
I've decided to change course a bit and feature other people's brushes more so than my own. So if you would like me to post any information about brushes you've created, please feel free to contact me at http://brushing-up.blogspot.com. It would be extremely helpful if you gave me a short write-up about the brushes (what they are, what version of PS used, brush size, etc.), and send me a link to where they can be downloaded.
I'm always on the lookout for unusual yet functional PS brushes.
So... It's been awhile.
First, THANK YOU!!! to everyone who favorite'd my work in my absence.
Second, sorry if there were any problems downloading some of the brush sets. They have been fixed, and are better than ever (not really).
Not a lot has been going on. November/December is a very busy time for me with work, holidays, etc, which leaves very little time to be productive. Though I did get to meet Frank Gehry & Virgil Marti during that time!
I'm not so much into doing the PS brushes anymore. They were a lot of fun to work with, and I'm glad for the experience of learning how to make them. But I need to keep moving forward.
So, I've b
I just want to say that your dot brushes are some of the best out there. I used some of them for an invitation I designed for our senior graduation celebration, and the results are excellent---all thanks to you.