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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Oreilly View Post
    Should I try to track down the original owner and make sure? And even if it's legal, is it just bad form? Smells like lamesauce to me...
    There are no rules, only tools. The Photoshop brushes are just tools. Use them anyhow you like. **** the copyrights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon_OND View Post
    There are no rules, only tools. The Photoshop brushes are just tools. Use them anyhow you like. **** the copyrights.
    Until that brush is actually someone's illustration. That's why the abstract texture brushes are one thing. The ones that are used like stamps are another problem entirely.

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