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    I am new here and what a great site.i downloaded whit's interior tutorial that was really fantastic He says he uses a chalk brush for everything but i can not seem to recreate it.

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    i just made these today if you guys are interested. first time making my own brushes, sampled from some reference photos i took. the set is built on a few stock PS brushes.. FYI



    download link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=AD4MIH0A

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    I so love you guys. Saved my bacon with these links!

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    Hi, CS 5 is out there for a while and I was wondering if anyone made brushes specifically for CS5's Mixer Brush Tool (with settings preferably)

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    This is a fantastic thread. I'd like to share a few of my brushes here (I think 3 are variations of brushes that come with CS5, the others are original):

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    Hy guys,

    I have dloaded some brushes on another machine that I do not have access to anymore. The brush set had brushes called

    Art Brush, oil firm brissle, oil wet, random lines, z rake.

    ...er theres a few I can remember, I don't think they were in Idiot Apathys brush set but I got from here.

    Where are they, any heads up for a guy using dongle connection and not wanting to dload all brush sets.

    Cheers Big Ears.

    Last edited by UCT; February 8th, 2012 at 04:43 PM.
    Here is my Sketchbook. Please have a look if you have time. Thanks.


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    My Speedpainting Brushsets




    Some of my speed painting Photoshop brush set.Download it from HERE
    compatible with cs5, cs6
    I don't know whether this brushes works on cs3 and cs4.Guess you guys need to find out yourself
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    Smile Here is Demo of my Brushsets

    Here is a little Demo of my Brushsets.Please excuse me for not going in to the details.I had a hard time with recording cause my system is not capable enough to handle screencapture video recording .

    http://youtu.be/3pRI-cNOtwo

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    Wayne's Photoshop CS6 Tool Set

    Just an update to my tool presets I posted here:

    [link]

    I added mostly some extra cool custom pencil brushes and a few tweaked brushes from various artist sets I find on the internetz.

    These brushes will only work with CS6 (and CS5, I think).

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    The pretty much the only brush I use, Go to bush settings, with the stock round brush selected, Allow only Pen Opacity and Dual Brush on. I change some settings so the dual brush is restrained by the borders of the circle brush. That way I can adjust the brush size depending on what level of detail I want, while having a nice control over opacity and the ability to blend easily, while keeping that texture that gives a piece teeth.

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    I was fooling around with a Filter Forge filter I created to generate brushes. Some of the shapes were ok as is but some were too simple so I layered a few of them in Photoshop to make some of the brushes a little more complex. Hope they are of some use.

    You can download them here.

    stormvisions.com/pages/library/photoshop/photoshop-downloads/photoshop-brushes.php



    Here's a shot of some strokes using them



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    Here is a brush that I use regularly that I recently put up on Gumroad. Unlike a lot of brushes out there this one is an essential and can be used on any and every project there is. Enjoy!

    https://gumroad.com/l/Thqht

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