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5 Photoshop Brushes for Painting Reptile Skin


Today’s Photoshop Brushes are for painting Reptile Skin.

For brush requests, ideas for future brush sets, or related questions you can email me at

The set contains five different brushes:

  • The first brush is for painting dragon scales.
  • The second brush is a komodo dragon skin texture.
  • The third brush is for painting fence lizard scales. 
  • The forth brush is aligator skin texture.
  • The fifth brush is green lizard skin texture.


For the best use and the most control first work in gray scale and introduce colors later. Forget blend modes such as Overlay, Screen and Multiply. For manipulating texture tones use your Dodge and Burn tools — it is a whole different ballgame.

For extra details use the default pressure sensitive soft brush, or with noise added.

All my brushes are FREE to use both in commercial and personal art.
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2005dodger's avatar

totally wicked ... thank you .

SteamyBunnie's avatar

Thank you so much! These brushes are awesome. 💜

Thank you so much.

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luiz2013's avatar

These are AWESOME

...thank you....great job!

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traceymaria01's avatar

very nice thank u

Thank you... excited to work with these!

Your brushes are a game change for compositing especially when it comes to different genres and images. Love love love them.

SKdaGamer's avatar

I just got this and had a play around with it and I love how this looks! I'll definitely be using this! Thanks so much for this :D

filemonka's avatar

Thank u sooo much for sharing these brushes ....lots of love ...

Thank u so much!! These are amazing!

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