About This Package; "I painted the cover as a speed paint to demonstrate the type of brushes in this package, only used this brushes and it's all done at this scale and on the fly.
Photoshop 8 [CS] or higher, won't work in PS7 or lower.
This is more of an academic set because the sample size is too small for most digi painters, these are brushes I made for my composition sketches and my pre-vector sketches and so on. These are designed for use with a graphics tablet and pen, they will not do any good if you only have a mouse. These are not 'stamping' brushes, but stroking brushes. As you turn and press with the pen the real nature of their use will come to light. My hope is that by studying and using these brushes some of you will get a better understanding of brush design and will be able to use what you learn on your own designs. It would be too much to explain how to use each brush, you will have to figure it out with trial and error. Also see the related art scrap examples below. So good luck.
Also, ^bleedsopretty was the person wanting me to post these out of my scrapbook. So this pkg is dedicated to her since none of you would have got it w/o her saying I should post it, I can speak for myself and the team when I say we all hope she stays strong and her health improves " - `wroth
If you have any questions, please look first to the Resurgere F.A.Q.. If you do not find answers there, then post your question on that page.
Please load the link again for Brush - Sketch 1, and look to the left side of the image. You should be able to see a little button that says "Download". It is the third option under "Collect" and "Share This / Blog It". A pop up window should appear asking your permission to download a zip file.
If that still does not work, try this direct link to the zip file containing the brushes: [link]
I have Photoshop CS2 and I was upset to hear that it won't work in anything lower than CS8, but decided to try it anyway. I was surprised to find that it actually does work for me, but maybe I'm just getting the programs confused.
Anyway, I've used it HERE, in an expirement of sorts. Thank you for your amazing resources, brushes and textures!
These brushes are out of this world, for smudging, and dodging and burning (on a neutral grey overlay layer, of course, to be properly non-destructive! ), and for use on layer masks, to somewhat randomly remove textures. Simply superb!