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Satisfy Sid: Note me links to any masterpieces these brushes may help with. If you remember. I'm not making you do it, but I like to see.

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Only Photoshop CS and up? Updated

That's all I have under this account, but.

lifebtb got me chasing a program called abrViewer, an open source project that'll allow you to view photoshop brushes. With a bit of know-how pertaining to your graphics program of choice you should be able to figure out a conversion system.

Also, lifebtb knows about GIMP conversion of brushes, so if you're using this sophisticated open source (free) program you can have a chat to him or check out the tutorial he sent me a link for.

And! the very kind noizart has mentioned the possibility of downgrading brushes a version for you folk still on 7. So if there's a need for backwardness he's the dude you want ta speak to. Be nice. Give him Russian cigars.

Update 2010: I have tried a few of these brushes in more recent versions of Photoshop and they seem to work fine.

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:iconbrushes: :iconbrushmakers: :iconmanip-equips:
:iconbrushes-a-printable:

The folk above will supply you with smashing brushes. That last one will link you to brushes that allow for use in prints.

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:iconpurp1:
purp1 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
grabb'd the scratchies, their awesome!! :happybounce:
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Villje Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011
Hello again. This is a much improved version of the picture ive posted here earlier: [link]

Showing proper use of your high-res wire set. Have a good day!
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Villje Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2010
Yo, ive used your wires brushset to pin down this lady: [link]

Thank you :)
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oOCrystallineEyesOo Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
Thanks for the fav! :aww:
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angelfunkstudio Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
Thank you so much for the fave :) :iconsomehugsplz: :tighthug: I appreciate it very much :glomp:
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OjouLaFlorDeNieve Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Hi... I just wanna ask can I use your scratchie brush to make rock band album cover??? I will definitely credit you on the other page of the album... :)
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eggler Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
Yeap. Use em for what ever you want. No attribution required.
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G-E-Oriens Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi, just wanted to say I used a lot of your various grunge brushes in a school project... the first page is here [link] and the description links to the other four pages. This was my first time working with different brushes in gimp... so I know it's a bit unschooled, but hopefully I'll improve with practice.

I was working at 300 dpi for nice printing, so the brushes didn't "stretch" as far without getting pixellated, but I loved the look of them very much and managed to pull off (in my opinion) a nice contrast between the crisp look of the smaller ones and the fuzzy, unfocused kind of zoomed out look of the scaled up brushes. the ink brushes were phenomenal, I do say. thank you very much for your generosity!!
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eggler Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
Sorry for the late reply. If you had some vector software you could trace the stamps so they're scalable for higher resolutions, but they'd probably lose their grungy effect.

A lot the brushes come off old 8mm and 16mm film grabs, so they're a little small for commercial printing.
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G-E-Oriens Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's all right--I've managed to use them multiple times for awesome effect, even with high-res printing! thanks so much again! I've done another school project with 'em (especially the ink ones) and it turned out terrific. I can't post it though because it's intensely personal...
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