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    yo Clos3d, your cloud brushes load as your personal brushes. whats up?
    ps. thanks, this is a sweet thread...


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    Very nice sharing ´round here. I personally have made only a few. But handy. For example one that make zippers. Like, clothing zippers, y, know?

    I´ll try to post em later on.

    But I have a question:

    Doey anyone know, or can tell me how to organize brushes?

    Like making a pallette with maybe 5 brush settings I want to use?

    Because I have soooooo many now, thanks to all the ppl over at deviant art, that I totally loose track in my brushes browser.

    I want to create a palette for my black and white stuff and one for monochrome and so on.

    Any ideas?


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    Dagar those fur brushes would be awesome!!! Cuz those are some dope animal studies/ paintings!

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    Wow, could anybody make a .ZIP file of the cloud brushes clos3d posted?

    They look amazing

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    Well I didnt know this thread was still alive and also not aware of a sticky. I'm sorry about the cloud brush. I just reloaded them and unfortunatly I can't attach them because the files is bigger than 200k. If anyone wish to host it PM me plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhrazz View Post
    Well I didnt know this thread was still alive and also not aware of a sticky. I'm sorry about the cloud brush. I just reloaded them and unfortunatly I can't attach them because the files is bigger than 200k. If anyone wish to host it PM me plz.
    you could always use mediafire

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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?

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    A: Basic Round; Size to Pressure, minimum size varies as needed. Flow and Opacity to Pressure. Manual Opacity never changes, Manual flow changes as needed. Softness changes as needed via keyboard shortcuts (shift+[ and shift+])
    B: New* Brush, Dirty cover/Foliage Cover Brush. Default round with dual brush option, otherwise settings same as above.
    C: Squished Elliptical: Angled to -116 degrees, squished to 36%, angle set to inital direction; otherwise same setting as A. Feels a bit more like a paintbrush, doesn't blend as well however.
    D: New* Drawing Brush: Actually used much smaller than seen here, dual brush option adds a bit of 'randomness' negating a little bit of the digital feel. Settings otherwise same as A.
    E: Foliage Brush 1: Generic, used to fill in and play with edges. Scattering etc. used to mix things up a bit. See settings on your own if curious
    F: Cover/Dirty Brush: Used like the bottom right swatch mainly - basically a texture applied to a brush stroke with a bit of variance.
    G: Foliage Brush 2: Used large as seen in bottom right and larger. Usually in random and wild strokes for inital abstraction.
    H: Foliage Brush 3: Lighter cover, alteration of the same brushstamp as G, a bit more into the individual leaves category. Rarely used by itself.
    I: Foliage Brush 4: Meh, just another brush ahah. Try it huge too.
    J: Large Foliage Brush: Original size is 1200 px. Real nice huge abstract brush.
    K: Barontieri's Chalk: I think this is the same as I got it from BaRONTiERi's set but I can't remember. I wouldn't have included it except I use it quite a bit, or have at least. Good for dirty textures and foliage.
    L: Flower/Grain Brush: Use this puppy for flowers and to add grain and otherwise variance to paintings. Good to mix up foliage as well.
    M: Palette Knife: Can be nice for drawing, seems too digital when painting - need to tweak it.
    N: More random foliage brush: Can be nice to add some variety - can't say I've really used it as the main event.
    O: A bit sharper shapes, can help with seeing more manmade shapes in abstractions.
    P: Ground cover brush: I mess with the settings on this one a lot - but can make some decent dirt/ground.
    Q: New* Dirty Brush: Just used to dirty things up so far.
    R: Ugly Branches brush: When messed with properly can be ok... otherwise way too ugly and digital.

    File: Some new free host, supposed to stay FOREVERRRRRRR!
    http://www.divshare.com/download/14294-004
    your brushes dont work for some reason
    mind re-uploading???

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    Idiot Apathy i cant dl your brushes all i get is a 0 byte file. can you please re upload im dying to try them
    Last edited by rattsang; October 11th, 2007 at 09:36 AM.

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    i do to idiot apathy i have the same problem

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    can any body explain how I would load these brushes into potatoshop once I've downloaded them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones Weep Tedium View Post
    can any body explain how I would load these brushes into potatoshop once I've downloaded them?

    Yeah sure.

    1. download the brushes to a file.
    2. extract them if they are .zip or.rar to a folder
    3. open Photoshop
    4. select the brush tool and right click > click Preste manager
    5. in Presert manager click load brushes
    6. select the brushes you downloaded (from the EXTRACTED file)
    7. Click Done

    now you should be able to use them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauser View Post
    Yeah sure.

    1. download the brushes to a file.
    2. extract them if they are .zip or.rar to a folder
    3. open Photoshop
    4. select the brush tool and right click > click Preste manager
    5. in Presert manager click load brushes
    6. select the brushes you downloaded (from the EXTRACTED file)
    7. Click Done

    now you should be able to use them...
    thank you very much
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    "laws that forbid the carrying of arms . . . disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes . . . Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man."
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    no problem. Just in case you want to save your brush set just click the 'Save Set'
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    texture brush...
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    Hey. I didn't know there's brush sharing thread here. Cool!
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