100 Rabbit brushes for Photoshop CC 2014 2015 CS3 CS2 Elements CS1 CS6 CS5 2014 etc and PSP GIMP Painter including silhouette, distorted, woodcut, jumping, scratchy, drawn, and more.
The set for Adobe PS and others includes the strokes in ABR, PNG and EPS vector format (the EPS file can be used with any size of document so you can create a 3000 x 3000 sized brush if you wish - you can also just use the EPS as basic layers in Adobe PS ).
Load them into PS via the palette or via the folder. Load into others via the open command / place command. You can blend, merge, combine, re-color, export and more. The amazing rabbit brushes for Adobe PS and others are for commercial (CU4CU) use, use them to create items for sale, planners, adverts, aprons, caps, mugs, note books, magnets, pet tags, magazines, comics, plates, bowls and many more. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.
On buying, you receive the download link to the rabbit brushes for Adobe Photoshop and others along with documentation and a gallery of all the brushes and a serial number for any future updates.
PC and Mac
100 Rabbit brushes including realistic and drawn and grayscale, running, sketched, scratchy animals, illustrations, blurred, smudged, patchy, different posed animals and many more.
Many different poses of the animal are includeed in the set - a superb selection of brush strokes in PNG and ABR format. Easy to load rabbit brushes for Adobe PS and others and apply.
Use as also a source for layers and other presets within Adobe PS CC 2014 2015 CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 (16 - 6) and PS Elements and others.
PC and MAC OS X .
Commercial (CU4CU) use - use to create a vast range of items such as items for sale, logos, posters, binders, stationery, mugs, caps, postage, note books covers, prints, shoes, socks and more. No time limits. World wide use. No restrictions. All are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle
The rabbit brushes are in ABRs and they can be opened via the edit menu preset manager command as well as via the brushes palette right side menu load / replace commands. If you place the ABR in the brushes presets folder of PS then you can access the library ABRs via the dropdown without using the load / replace commands to browse for the ABR. The set also includes the same art in PNG format and these can be converted to all kinds of other formats.
You can also open the ABR files in PS by double clicking the items as well as right clicking and selection the set.
Once you have the ABR open, you can add the current selected dab in the current opened document and that can then be copied over to the current CC library if you are using the CC subscription.
The set also includes all of the jumping animals in PNG and they can be loaded via the open command of Adobe PS as well as PSP / Affinity Photo / Affinity Designer etc and also via the place command. You can use an action to store all as a brush (use the batch process); you can also perhaps use them as a source for other formats such as pattern files by adding them to the patterns palette.
If you are using the excellent Affinity Photo then you can use the items via the place command as well as adding them via the various panels / add texture in the app. There are a number of video tutorials on the subject via the graphicxtras channel.
You can use them for commercial use as well as personal use, you can use the rabbit brushes to create new items that can in turn be used to create new items for sale CU4CU. You can use the rabbit brushes to create logos, books, documents, videos, packaging, food, paperbacks, posters, mugs, cups, fashions, ceramics and more.
If you have any questions about the use of the rabbit brushes for Adobe PS and others, please contact us on email@example.com.
You can find many different videos about the Photoshop /psp brushes via the graphicxtras channel on youtube.com. You can find how to install the brushes, how to use them with the 3D features, how to use them as a source for new tiles, how to create new items, how to use the various settings, how to combine the strokes and much more.
If there are any additional questions etc, please contact us and I will happily try and create a video or two about them (though within limits as I do not have every version or application around so I might not be able to help at all)
You receive a download from shareit.com (who handle all our transactions and sales as well as the sending of the downloads). The ZIP will be sent by them and it contains documentation as well as a gallery along with a serial number for any future updates of the set (please keep this safe) as well as the brushes in a various formats such as PNG and ABR
All were initially created in Poser and were 3D renders. The rabbits were then saved as PNG images and they were then vector traced (in some cases) in Adobe Illustrator or manipulated in Adobe PS. The end results, a selection of PNG images
If you want to use the strokes for PS and others with the actions you have to go to the actions palette and the right side menu and select allow tool recording. This means the rabbit brush strokes are stored with the action (such as postion of the brush stroke etc) and can be played back. It is not the most effective feature but it does a decent job (certainly compared with Painter and some other applications).
The action recording does not record the actual brush (so if you change the item, it forgets the detail of the bunny) and just uses the current rabbit brush.
Likewise the action recording does not record the color of the stroke (so if you change the color to green then it will apply the artworks in green).