Cow Brushes for Photoshop, GIMP, Xara, PSP, Elements etc
Updated: March 27th, 2014
$5.49 (also in euros, GBP, Yen using PayPal, Visa etc)
Preview : 50 Cow brushes (V79)
50 Different cow pose brushes as well as realistic cow brushes, drawn cow brushes, rough cow brushes, sketched cow brushes, woodcut cow brushes and more (please note that it is the same cow - they were all rendered in a 3D application called Poser). The cow brushes / images are in standard Photoshop brushes ABR and PNG format designs in different poses. The cow ABR brushes are easy to use and apply, simply add them to the brushes palette via the load / replace commands and then apply them using the brush tools such as paint, smudge, blur, clone etc. Apply the cow brushes for Photoshop etc once or multiple times to create the most amazing designs. Combine the cow brushes (for Photoshop etc), re-color them, warp, export, convert them to different formats and much more. The cow brushes (for Photoshop etc) can be used in Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 (as well as the Photoshop stand alone equivalents such as 14-6) and Photoshop Elements 12.0 11.0 10.0 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 and other versions and other applications such as Paint Shop Pro, GIMP, Xara, Indesign and others. PC and MAC OS X. You can also use the PNG format files on other OS such as Linux and Android and iOS. Use the cow brushes (for Photoshop etc) / cow image files in countless projects such as designs, books, cartoons, videos, plates, stickers, posters, caps, skate boards, leaflets (commercial (CU4CU) use license) commercial (CU4CU) use. All the cow brushes (for Photoshop etc) / images are by graphicxtras.com. On buying the cow brushes (for Photoshop etc), you receive the download link to the cow brushes as well as documentation and a gallery of all the cow brushes included in the set (you can also quickly re-create the brushes gallery by using the source PNG files) as well as a serial number for any future updates of the cow designs. If you have any questions about the cow brushes, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. See all the Photoshop cow brushes included in the set via the gallery link above.
FREE cow brush Photoshop brushes download: cow brush PNG sampler
One free cow brush in PNG format for use in Photoshop, psp, MS Word, indesign, pages and other applications on the PC and MAC. The cow brush for Photoshop etc design is for commercial (CU4CU) use and can be used to create items for sale such as books, logos, web pages, adverts, videos etc. Any questions about the free Photoshop brushes / cow design, please contact us on email@example.com. Install the PNG brush file by adding it to any folder and then opening the file in your favourite application and then load as a brush. In Photoshop, use the edit menu define brush command to save the cow as a brush. In Paint Shop Pro, select the file and go to the brush palette and define via the current selection. Other applications will vary, You can also use the cow brush design / free Photoshop brushes as a layer via the file open command or file place command. You can export, combine with other elements, blend, re-color and much more.
Cow brushes for Adobe ® Photoshop
The cow brushes can be used in countless ways in Photoshop and Photoshop elements. You can also use them in countless other applications either by using the ABR brush set and export them from Photoshop in other formats such as JPG or TIFF; or just use the included PNG files and then convert those into other formats such as JPG.
The cow brushes for Photoshop etc can be extended either by using the brushes palette to add scatter etc or you can take a brush stroke and use it as a source for other brush strokes such as a brush stroke with a blur or painted glass effect added, the cow then becomes a stained glass cow though it is unlikely that the cow will appear in any church window at any time. Stained glass cow brush. The brush stroke was created using a standard cow brush and applying it (in black) and then a stained glass effect in Photoshop is applied and the brush is then re-defined via the edit menu. Of course, many other effects can be added to the brushes and many such as black and white effects can be used to create stamps or cutouts, all very useful if the original brush size is fairly small (400 x 400 etc) - the below cow brush was modified by the stamp filter / plug-in in Photoshop and then converted into a brush
The stamp cow brush, once defined in Photoshop, can be applied over and over to very large images such as 3000 x 3000 Photoshop images. Multiple cow brush strokes in Photoshop example The example uses the same brush above but with different colors for each application of the cow brush stroke. The brushes can be applied in 1000s of ways using different colors such as a multi-colored cow brush design example
Cow brushes to patterns for Adobe ® Photoshop
The cow brushes can be used as a source for a vast range of cow pattern designs (all seamless). Simply apply the cow brushes and avoid the seams (edges of the image). Use the filter menu offset command to create more interesting tile designs.
The cow patterns can also be used with the powerful new script features in CS6 via the edit menu such as symmetry / spiral / brick fill and others. The spiral cow design was created using a single cow brush (for Photoshop etc) applied to a layer and the background is removed, a pattern was created via the edit menu and fill command. The fill setting was 'pattern' and script set to ON and spiral script used. Thousands of wonderful fills can be created using the scripts and to find out more about the deco scripts, check out the Adobe site.
Cow brushes loaded into PSP
Open the cow brushes via the file open command and then select one of the brush tools and open the brush browser to see all the existing brushes. You can now use the create a custom brush button to create a new and wonderful unique cow brush. You can also, of course, apply effects, re-color the design and then save the design as a new custom brush. The brush file is saved in the psp brushes folder
Cow brushes videos ?
You can find all our videos about the Photoshop etc brushes via our graphicxtras channel on youtube. All the videos are by Andrew Buckle (me) - sorry if some of the early videos are a little long. If you have any particular question about the cow brushes, please contact us and I will try and create a video on the subject of the cow brushes and their use relating to that subject
What do I get with the cow Photoshop / psp brushes ?
On buying the cow brushes for Adobe Photoshop / elements / PSP etc you receive the link to the cow brushes zip file and the zip file includes the brushes in ABR and / or PNG format (this varies from set to set) along with brushes documentation (you can find our brushes manual on issu) and gallery of all the cow brush strokes as well as a serial number for any update of the cow brushes set. You should be able to unzip the cow brushes zip file without any extra software but if you do need extra software to expand the file, stuffit expander is a good application to use which can be found on the Smith Micro web site
Cow brushes loaded into Photoshop ABR
The cow brushes can be loaded into Photoshop by double clicking the cow ABR file. You can also, in some versions, load the file via the file open command. You can also select the cow brushes ABR file and select Photoshop to open the file. You can place the cow brushes ABR file into the brushes presets folder and then access the brush file by name via the right side menu of the brushes palette. You can also load the brushes via the edit menu preset manager. The cow brushes can also be loaded via the brushes palette right side menu and load / replace (replace removes the previous brushes)
What can I do with the cow brushes in Photoshop etc ?
You can use the cow brushes to create commercial work as well as personal work, you can use to create CU4CU items. You can use the cow brushes to create logos, books, designs, illustrations, skateboarding, farmyard designs, web pages, videos, packaging, t-shirts, shoes, fashions, ceramics and much more. Any questions about the cow brushes, please contact us and we will try and help (via firstname.lastname@example.org)