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    Bugman Brush

    Here's a different use for a brush. I created this for a challenge at graphics.com. Don't know if anyone could use this, but it might give some inspiration...

    Some really cool and useful looking brushes here. Can't wait to give them a try. Thanks to all who posted them and hosted them!

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    I have recently created a few small sets of brushes. All are available on this page http://stormvisions.com/pages/freebies/photoshop.php

    The Brush sharing thread!

    You can preview the brushes in each set before downloading. I would appreciate feedback.

    Thanks for sharing in this thread, I'm off to see what's available.

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    Thank you everyone who posted your brushes, I just got my tablet a few days ago and I'm just now figuring out how all the crazy fun brush dynamics work... now I just need to figure out how to use them effectively. =)

    Crits, Advice, and Feedback always appreciated.

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    Whit Brachna chalk?

    Hi everyone,

    I'm new here and what a great site! i downloaded whit's interior tutorial (fantastic!) He says he uses a chalk brush for most everything but with what i have I can not seem to recreate it.

    can anyone provide some insight. is it standard or is it a matter of customizing until your satisfied? I have cs2

    thanks for any advice!

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    I bought a new computer and I lost all my brushes, customized for months(even years) in my old computer...stupid me forgot the detail of saving the brush sets before formating old hard disc....
    ...so here I find this thread. Real great thankyous!!!

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    Can't wait to try those brushes! Thanks.

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    Hi!

    I have created some chainmail brushes from my original chainmail clothing.

    In case here´s someone in need for them, chainmail is hard to get.

    http://nathie.deviantart.com/art/Cha...shset-87942293

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    WOW! GREAT! KICK ASS! thanks for sharing people, I love the chain mails set and the brushes of idiot apathy!

    The rest is also great ofc.!

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    Thx for all the wonderfull brushes i will handle them well
    i myself tried on making some ..they are not for painting ahhhmm..i think ;D...but let you inspire ^^ maybe you would finde one or two you could need ^^
    http://psydoxart.deviantart.com/gall...rushes-Borders

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    Really nice brushes, thanks guys!

    Question though, and I'm suprised that I don't see this, but there should be some brushes for skin textures.

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    hi noxartemus!
    david nagel has made an awesome skin brush set! check it out!

    http://mediadesigner.digitalmedianet...e.jsp?id=30854

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    Quote Originally Posted by clos3d View Post
    I'm very surprise this thread havent been created yet. However I don't see it anywhere.

    I'm strong believer that is best for each of us to create our own brush since we made them for us. I also believe
    it is good to see how does everyone else around us, it make us learn together. I'm also a stong believer in sharing.

    This is why I'm creating this thread, I've seen a lot of people asking for brushes how to create them and I fint it hard
    to search in a 15 pages thread.

    This place is not meant to explain on how to create them. If you want to know how to create them look here:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=47859

    On a side note I'd like to say that is not recommended to use 100% someone else brushes unless you feel confortable with it.
    I'm sure you can start from a brush and make it fit to you. Sometime I see nice brushes effect but Is not the shape I want,
    So I make my own shape and refine the brush to fit me.

    Please keep it clean and make a thumbnails, the whole idea is to get a little library.

    I hope you'll find good help here and learn something

    Let the sharing begin!

    great tips. I enjoyed reading this

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathie View Post
    Hi!

    I have created some chainmail brushes from my original chainmail clothing.

    In case here´s someone in need for them, chainmail is hard to get.

    http://nathie.deviantart.com/art/Cha...shset-87942293
    Thanks, Nathie!

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    Free Frost Brushes and complete brush package on turbosquid

    Need frost, snow or clouds to enhance that wintertime image?

    I just released a HUGE collection of Photoshop Dynamic Cloud, Frost and Snow brushes - dynamic means that they AREN'T stamps. Check them out: Arctic Gale Brushes

    They are only $3 - but if you want some for free...

    Checkout my Frost & Tip brushes for free here: Frost & Tip

    I've tested them in CS2 & CS3 and they work fine in both versions - so have at it peeps!

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    All of you shy ones that think you can keep your tweaked brushes to yourself please give us a taste.
    I did some research and found these again.

    here is one i added to my collection.
    http://eraserx.deviantart.com/art/Ph...ushes-77303422

    here is idiotapathy's brushes:

    http://www.divshare.com/download/2221633-d96

    and M@'s brushes

    http://mv.cgcommunity.com/echange/matbrushes07.zip

    zhuzhu's brushes:

    http://zhuzhu.deviantart.com/art/Z-P...es-V2-55088505

    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...?f=14&t=710684

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    salut !

    its time to share some of my brushes with the community

    so the first one is a color dynamic dual brush , i wanted some "water color" brush with a nice color variation , try it with colored greys and light values , its working well

    COLORDYNAMIC

    the second one is a rock dual brush

    VIAGROCK


    and the third one is a smoke brush for creepy mood

    VIAGSMOKE


    if you have any questions etc dont hesitate !

    cheers !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Gray View Post
    All of you shy ones that think you can keep your tweaked brushes to yourself please give us a taste.
    I did some research and found these again.

    here is one i added to my collection.
    http://eraserx.deviantart.com/art/Ph...ushes-77303422

    here is idiotapathy's brushes:

    http://www.divshare.com/download/2221633-d96

    and M@'s brushes

    http://mv.cgcommunity.com/echange/matbrushes07.zip

    zhuzhu's brushes:

    http://zhuzhu.deviantart.com/art/Z-P...es-V2-55088505

    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...?f=14&t=710684
    I tried to download the Blur's good brush 4.0 by using the second download link he supplied. It opened a new window and all I got was the file name, file size, and a message that said accesing file, please wait. How long should it take?! I waited for a while and nothing happened. I would really like those brushes.

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    You'd think Adobe would have realized by now the need for a centralized photoshop brush community/.abr database....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiot Apathy View Post
    Note: I use a ton of brushes, some made up on the spot but also many of Bumskee's - BaRONTiERi's and Alday.J's. I also change the settings constantly if I find something lacking or unsatisfactory. Just play around with these, maybe they have some use to you?

    Attachment 70562

    File: Some new free host, supposed to stay FOREVERRRRRRR!
    http://www.divshare.com/download/14294-004
    "404 - Sorry, we couldn't find this file."

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    I been collecting quite a bit of sets from online.
    Here are the DA ones I faved.
    Some are pretty sweet, so check em out.
    If your on DA, send the owner a thanks too if ya can.

    http://eroticy.deviantart.com/favour...rushes-Vectors

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    Artistic Brushes Packs 1 & 2

    Hello people! It's time to share here my own brushes. I've created this sets scanning some real splats and ink drops and trying to obtain a natural media feeling right there, inside Photoshop CS3.
    Most of the brushes that I found through the years are just "stamps" without any configuration, so I don't want to paint with a rubber stamp!

    The first "Artistic Set" was created a year ago:

    The Brush sharing thread!

    Artistic Brushes Pack #1 (The post is in spanish and english)

    the second one its a little bigger (and better):

    The Brush sharing thread!

    The Brush sharing thread!

    Artistic Brushes Pack #2

    Here's a video showing how each brush works:

    Alex Dukal - Artistic Brushes v2.1 - Video

    I wish to have a few more brush controls inside Photoshop! Something like Corel Painter Watercolours, Impasto and a control for gravity would be nice too! But who knows "when" ...

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    Hey, Dukal, these brushes looks very promising, as Photoshop is poor in imitating traditional medias. I'm downloading it right now. About license, I have a question about non-commercial use. Does using brushes in work means a commercial use, even if I wouldn't get paid thanks directly by brushes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonic View Post
    About license, I have a question about non-commercial use. Does using brushes in work means a commercial use, even if I wouldn't get paid thanks directly by brushes?
    The CC license is mainly for those who want to include the brushes in CDs / DVDs and make some money, that's not allowed! I want to keep this sets for free.
    There's no problem with collegues that want to use the brushes in personal or commercial artworks (of course, a link back is allways welcome).
    Is that understable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukal View Post
    The CC license is mainly for those who want to include the brushes in CDs / DVDs and make some money, that's not allowed! I want to keep this sets for free.
    There's no problem with collegues that want to use the brushes in personal or commercial artworks (of course, a link back is allways welcome).
    Is that understable?
    Yes, thanks

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    I'm creating some Watercolour Brushes in CS3, this is a preview:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEN3lf-xitM

    The Brush sharing thread!

    Last edited by Dukal; July 17th, 2010 at 07:44 PM.
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    The watercolours effect looks very good... I was searching for a long time for brushes like these.

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    Heres the real pencil brush I created, I feel kinda embarassed that there is only one to share, but it is a quality one, mimics the real pencil to a tee I believe, small size for sketching, large size for shading!
    The Brush sharing thread!

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    My light texture brushes

    Pencil is a basic round with texture set to height

    the 'pastel' is lightly textured to go with the level of texture of the other brushes, pretty fine. It is a flat brush with angle set to initial direction so it'll give a calligraphy effect if you do a long curve with it. If you set it to direction it'll be a little more jagged. I use it for small strokes though. I should probably make it a square brush.

    The other 3 "Textured...." brushes are my attempt to make a pencil shading brush. Angle is set to direction and you can get those cool circles and tubes that way but I actually have angle set to tilt most of the time, maybe try that also. Painter 11 has a very sweet pencil tool that does this now but as much as I like the cool stuff in Painter it fails in too many ways.


    The Brush sharing thread!

    Hopefully my links work...
    Brushes

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    ...So I guess it's a no go for Clos3d's cloud and leaf brushes...?

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    Beautiful thread guys... wish I could contribute, but at this point I'm only at a stage where I can leech off people who know what they're doing. This thread will help me a lot.

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