graphicxtras.com > Photoshop brushes etc >Photoshop ink brushes for CC CS6 CS5 CS4 2015 elements Affinity inc. tangled, rough, splatters, blots
100 Ink brushes for Photoshop and others includes scratchy ink brushes, charcoal, distressed, torn, lines and more for Adobe ® Photoshop CC CS6 etc and Adobe PS Elements and others (they work in all of the most recent versions of the application as well). 300 DPI / mixed sizes, ABR and PNG format. They are for PC (windows 10 / 8 / 7 etc) as well as mac. The ink brushes PNG images are in the same size as the ABRs and they can be used as a source for new strokes as well as tiles and other resources in many other applications. Commercial (CU4CU) projects - such as logos, website creations and projects, ceramics, textiles, posters, books, posters, mugs and much more. There are no time restraints or requirements to add a credit for their use in any of your projects. All by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. Wonderful artworks for you to use in all your projects
150 Photoshop Ink blot brushes includes scribble, grainy, fuzzy, blots, smudged and more - all for your projects. The ink dabs are ONLY for Adobe ® Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 down to version 7 and PS Elements 10 down to version 2. ABR format only. PC and MAC OS X. The ink Photoshop brushes are only in ABR so cannot be used in any other application. 300 DPI. Commercial (CU4CU) use. Use in all your projects such as create items for sale, books, leaflets, logos, website creations and projects, adverts, videos, CD covers, fashions, ceramics, textiles and much more. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
188 Ink and distress Photoshop brushes including splatters and rough and smudges and splinters and grunge strokes - the set only contains the dabs in Adobe PS brushes ABR for use in Adobe PS and PS Elements (they cannot be used in other applications). PC and MAC OS X. The ink brushes are for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 all the way to version 7 and also for Adobe ® PS Elements 14 13 12 11 all the way to version 2 (version 1 is not supported with this set as the brush format was changed with that version). 300 DPI. Commercial (CU4CU) use strokes - you can also use them in your own personal projects. Use to create items for sale such as posters, logos, binders, key chains, videos, adverts, stickers, magnets, magazines, phone casings, edges, kits, scrap, comics and more.
100 Ink brushes includes thin and grunge distress for Adobe ® Photoshop and PS Elements. The set consists of thin line blotty and warped and distress strokes and others. All stored in standard Photoshop brushes format ABRs as well as PNG which means the set can be used in PSP and GIMP and others as well. The PNG images can also be converted to TIFF and JPG and used in many other applications and also as tiles and maps and distortions and much more. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com and are for use to create items for sale such as posters, phone casings, shoes, ceramics, tiles, textiles, fashions and 1000s of other projects. Commercial (CU4CU) use, no time restraints and no requirements for credit to be added for their use. Use to create items for sale.
200 Photoshop Tangled ink brushes (ABR only) includes ink and rough, blotted, splattered, warped, distorted strokes and many more. They are only in standard ABR (so they can't be used in any application not supporting the brushes). For use in Adobe PS CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 as well as PS Elements 14 13 12 11, 10, 9 down to 2. They are for the 32bit as well as the 64bit. For commercial (CU4CU) use, there are no time constraints on their use. They can be used to create items for sale such as logos, templates, plates, books, ceramics, textiles, tiles, scrap, kits, adverts, packaging and much more.
60 Ink brushes include blot and crackles and mottled for use in Adobe Photoshop CC etc and also PS Elements 14 13-1 as well as many other applications such as GIMP and PSP and many others. Supplied in ABR as well as PNG format for use in 1000s of applications such as PSP. PC and MAC. Commercial (CU4CU) use, use them to create items for sale such as logos, books, cards, wrapping paper, illustrations, adverts, videos and much more. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
How to load them in PS ????
They are all in ABR as well as PNG (the earlier sets are only in ABR so cannot be used in other applications). The ABRs are best loaded into Photoshop by adding the ABRs to the folder of presets and then accessing them via right side dropdown menu. Alternatively, you can use the load / replace commands to select the ABRs from a different folder location
How to combine them in millions of ways ???
The presets are mainly all set with opacity 100% (during creation). You can always take the strokes and apply them again with opacity 50% or different opacities to create a more realistic brush stroke. You can then re-save them using the edit menu define command. Using combinations of strokes with differing sizes and differing opacities (as well as perhaps using different blending modes such as lighten or darken), you can quickly create unusual and intersesting textured strokes with the supplied selection. You can extend this even further by using the presets palette found in the window menu, to create even more amazing presets. You can also apply different colors (though you always have to remember that the brush strokes are only grayscale so some combinations of strokes will have no effect whatsoever) and mix in special effects to the mix. Also, you can also use the various tools found in the toolbox to apply dodge and burn and blurs to different parts of the stroke to create a more uneven / distressed effects. In many cases, the easiest way to create very complex Photoshop ink brushes is to use layers - the layers can be removed and hidden as well as re-arranged to build up ever more complex graphics. If you wish to save all the steps in creating a complex ink effects then you can save the file as a PSD and you can then always add and remove layer steps. At the end of all the steps, the key thing is to save the stroke to the presets palette and save the set. You can also, if you are using the new October 2014 release (and beyond) creative cloud subscription then you can also add them to the libraries palette and re-use them at any future point as well as use them quickly in Adobe Illustrator.
In which versions do they work ???
CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and elements 14 - 1 and standalone / creative cloud
You can use them in ????
CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and elements 14 - 1
PSP X8 X7 - 8
Painter (though you will have to convert them from PNG-8 to PNG-24 via any number of free conversion apps)