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Brush Set 48 - Plant Things

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Some more doodles I did on a piece of paper a while ago and drew them again with Illustrator.

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For Photoshop 7 and above.
Image pack included, in case you have a previous PS version and these brushes don't work for you or if you use a different software. :)

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These are pretty! I'm going to download them and if it's ok with you I might use them on a website I'm working on? It's being done as a favour, not for profit, but thought I'd ask first :)
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Sure, no problem. :)
I love these! I'm hoping to use them to design some cards (announcements, holiday, photo albums) for my clients if that is OK?
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No problem, just make sure you read the rules first. :)
Thanks a bunch! I always read the rules and obey them. Here is my photo blog if you wanted to check out my stuff. [link]

Thanks,

Shannon
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You have some wonderful photos there. :aww:
Why thanks! I'll get some more up in the next week or two.
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Che, perdón por mi ignorancia, pero, y el Illustrator para qué sirve :XD:?
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Para varias cosas, pero básicamente es un programa para hacer imágenes vectoriales.
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Ah... Y las imágenes vectoriales :XD:?
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A diferencia de las imágenes rasterizadas, no pierden calidad cuando las agrandás o achicás, porque el programa no se maneja con pixels sino con cálculos, así que también pesan menos. Aunque una vez que las guardás como imágenes rasterizadas obviamente perdés calidad si las agrandás, pero mientras laburás con el archivo de Illustrator, por ejemplo, podés estirar la imagen como quieras que no pasa nada. Bah, más que imagen vendrían a ser como objetos, porque trabajás por partes (además de también poder usar layers).
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Ahhhhhh. Qué interesante :P.
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Hey there. I see you say that you'll give the image packs if we don't have the operating program...well there is a free download called abr viewer. It's actually pretty cool. It an open source brush viewer that lets you load the brushes into it's program, view them, AND try them out. After you do all of that, you can export them, and use them on any program. I found it through another brush maker, and I try to tell everyone I know. lol I think it just overall makes it easier on the brush maker. here is the website. [link] Anyway, I hope this helps some. :D
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I downloaded it, but I got an error message when I try to run it. :(
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aww...The only trouble shooting I know about it is that you have to have .net to use it (it's for windows) and I personally use an earlier version of it. I am sorry it didn't work for you. The first time I tried it on my desktop, it did the same, because I didn't have .net on it, which I did get from Microsoft. But it runs on my laptop. Sorry...:(
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No worries... I can download it if I need the brush viewer. :)
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Seems interesting and really useful. Thanks a lot for the info! :hug:
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sweet as always! :heart:
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you're welcome graffin child! :)
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