graphicxtras.com > Lace brushes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 2015 Elements Affinity inc. intricate, symmetry, mirror, fine lines
Works with: Photoshop, Elements, Affinity Photo, Pages, Illustrator, PaintShop Pro, etc
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Lace brushes for Photoshop gallery (#159) 40 Lace brushes for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC 2015, CS6, CS5, CS4 etc Elements PSP GIMP, Affinity Photo, Adobe Illustrator, Painter Photo-Paint etc. All the lace brushes are in PNG and the set also includes actions to create a standard ABR set if you prefer to use that instead of the more universal PNG format.
All are royalty free, all for commercial use CU4CU and all are by our designer, Andrew Buckle. You can use them to create logos, books, adverts, fashions, posters, wallpaper, scrapbooking, covers, mugs, caps, ceramics, textiles and much more.
The set is all sized approximately 1400 x 1400 though you can always re-size them beyond that. The resources can be used as a great source for other assets in PS such as pattern tiles as well as displacment maps and distortions as well as more esoteric resources. You can also add filter effects to the strokes to turn any of the artworks into new and unique works for your projects and these can be used as assets stored in the creative cloud libraries or used as new strokes. You can combine the items in millions of different combinations by using blending modes and placements and opacity. You can use them in animations as layers to create super interesting video effects when combined with layer effects and more. These tools can be used in infinite ways, no just 40 strokes. When you purchase the set, you receive an e-mail with the download link to the PNG artworks along as well as documentation notes giving details on install and folders etc, and also a gallery of all the artworks included and a serial number for use with any updates and also a selection of actions.
If you want to find out a whole lot more about the lace brushes set then you can check out our video tutorials about the strokes and tiles and these can be found on a variety of sites such as Youtube.com and Tipdesk and Vimeo.