graphicxtras.com > Photoshop brushes etc > Art nouveau brushes for Photoshop / elements CC CS6 CS5 CS4 2015 Affinity Photo inc. frames, flowing, antique
100 Art nouveau brushes for Photoshop CC 2015 CS6 CS5 etc Elements, Affinty Photo, PSP GIMP Word Pages etc including hearts, curly, tangled forms, frames, circular and many more in ABR / PNG. 300 DPI. Wonderful edge and embossed and tile art nouveau / Edwardian period influenced themed brush strokes are included in the set. They can also be used as a great source for amazing patterns, or as layers, as elements and more. For 32bit as well as 64 bit Adobe / PS on the PC and MAC OS X. They can be combined in millions of different ways to create 1000s and 1000s of wonderful images. Very easy to use and apply. Commercial (CU4CU) use - use to create items for sale such as logos, books documents, adverts, cards, wrapping paper, phone casings and much more. All the items are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. On purchase, you receive the artwork in ABR and PNG as well as documentation and gallery and serial and PS actions
How to load them (ABR) ???
The ABR can be loaded into Adobe PS by double clicking the ABR, becoming accessible via the preset's palette. You can also right click the ABR file and then select the open command. They can also be placed into the presets' folder of PS and PS elements and then they can be loaded via the right side menu of the preset's palette by name. You can also use the right side menu load / replace command to load and replace them - the load appends the items to the existing set and the replace command removes the existing and replaces with the newly selected ABR file. You can also use the preset manager found in the edit menu to do the same. Once added into Adobe PS and elements, they can be selected via the presets' palette and used with most of the tools such as mixer, clone tool, mixer tool, art history tool, history tool, blur tool, paint tool, dodge tool, smudge tool and others Graphicxtras tutorial : How to load the ABR tools in PS tutorial
What can I do with them ???
You can use them to create commercial as well as personal use items, you can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create new items for sale CU4CU. You can use them to create items such as logos, textiles, fashions, t-shirts, cards, books, frames, wrapping paper, adverts, video, textiles, ornaments, scrap booking items, mugs, website creations and projects, templates, caps, packaging, posters, items for sale on zazzle.com and much more.
Video tutorials - how to learn more about them ???
You can find a lot of information on the PS / psp / gimp strokes etc via our graphicxtras video channel on youtube.com. All the videos are by Andrew Buckle. You can find out how to install, use with selections, how to modify, how to warp use visual effects, how to use them as layers, how to export, use as masks, use across RGB channels, use in different image modes, use as a source for other resources, how to convert them to vector graphics and much more.
How to load them (PNG) ???
The PNG images need to be opened via the open command in Corel PaintShop Pro and then select the paint tools and display the tool palette, you will find the commands to save the current selection as a custom tool. If you are using Corel Painter, load the files and then use the Painter controls and capture dab to use the dabs with the oil / charcoal etc features of Painter. If you are using Affinity Photo, they can also be loaded via the paint palette and texture section where you can add and remove nozzles (the PNG files). Just select an existing one and then duplicate that (otherwise the stroke will be lost) and then add the PNG files (one or more) and remove the existing one.
How to use them as tiles ?
They can be used as is but they can also be used as other assets in PS as well as Affinity Photo and PSP etc. They are in PNG format (as well as ABR) and you can load the PNG files via the file open command as well as the file place command. Once they have been loaded, you can then use the edit menu define pattern command to define them as a tile. You can also convert the PNG file into a PSD file and then use them as displacement map / seamless tiles and they can then be used with the displace filter / glass distortion filter / texturizer etc. Once you have defined the tile, you can use them in the powerful edit menu fill command with the new scripts feature (random fill, symmetry, spiral, curve etc) as well as via layer styles and also fill content layers and also fills / strokes with shapes and more. The multiple PNG files can be opened and then combined using blending modes as well as re-sizing them (as well as other transformations) so literally millions of artwork tiles can be created.