graphicxtras.com > Antique / vintage type brushes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 elements inc. saxon, Roman, 18th century text
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Vintage type brushes for Photoshop gallery (#125) 100 Rome 8th century / Vintage type brushes / strokes for Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC etc. They are based on a public domain font (1860) by F Delamotte.
Commercial (CU4CU) use rome antique brush strokes, use to create items for sale such as logos, books, abstract designs, backgrounds, banners, cards, documents, videos and much more. Individual letters / vintage type brushes as well as combined letter strokes are included as well as distressed work.
All are 300 DPI, mixed sizes. They are for use in Adobe ® Photoshop ® 2015 2014 CC CS6 etc and PS Elements as well as PSP and Photo-Paint and many other applications on the PC and MAC.
The vintage type brushes set includes them in PNG format (as well as bonus ABR format) as well as documentation and a gallery and serial and a selection of actions
Vintage distress type brushes gallery (#20) 100 Historical / antique / distress brushes for Adobe ® Photoshop ® and PS Elements and PSP and others. The vintage type brushes for Adobe ® Photoshop ® and others are scans of a play called Sophonisba written by Nathanael Lee, Gent. The book published 1735 and not a recent copy of the play. The text brushes are in PNG (as well as bonus ABR) for use in countless other applications.
8th c. Vintage type brushes gallery (#126) 100 8th c. Strokes for Photoshop etc. They are based on a public domain font (1860) by F Delamotte. They are for use in Adobe ® Photoshop ® CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 as well as PS Elements, GIMP, Photo-Paint, Sumo Paint, Xara and many other applications on the PC and MAC OS X as well as Android and iOS and other platforms. The 8th century artworks are all in ABR (standard format for the strokes in PS and PSE) as well as PNG
Vintage Type Anglo Saxon brushes for Photoshop gallery (#127) 100 Strokes for Adobe ® Photoshop ®, PS Elements, etc. They are based on a public domain font (1860) by F Delamotte. The Anglo saxon set includes them in standard ABR and PNG. They are for use in Adobe ® Photoshop ®, PS Elements, Paint Shop Pro, Affinity Photo, Photo-Paint and 100s of other applications. 300 dpi, mixed sizes.
Alphabet historical brushes gallery (#37) 100 Letter / alphabet graphics. Set includes A B C D E F G (and the other letters of the alphabet) distressed, antique, rough, old time, embossed, basic distorted characters and more. PNG and ABR format.
Many of the sets are based on the public domain book called 'Ornamental Alphabets' by F Delamotte. The book was published in 1860. The type stroke presets contain a number of the letters in the alphabet but in the case of the Rome 8th century some of the characters are missing. The alphabet back 12 centuries or so, was slightly different and didn't contain all 26 characters of the modern English alphabet.
You may be interested in the vintage type fonts - the artworks on this page were generally created using those vectors
OK, so now you have the set and you want to use them to create truly amazing work - how ??? well, you can check out our videos. PNG format files can be opened in many apps, they are opened generally the same via the open command or via the place command if you wish to add the artwork into an existing work. The set does include actions to load / define them so if you can't face going through all the PNG images and defining them as strokes etc. you can always use one of the supplied actions. You can also, use an action, to open and define but combine them with a blur perhaps or another PS effects such as a filter gallery effect (poster edges is always a favourite of mine) as well as any number of third party tools such as effects to blur and add noise as well as add gradients to the characters. The PNG images are therefore an unlimited set of artworks for all your projects. They can also be combined in multiple ways to create even more brush strokes - simply open one or more of the PNG images and then combine the results and flatten and select the area you want to define and repeat (again, you could even create actions for that as well)
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