Cow Brushes for Photoshop, psp, Elements and others

Cows (Photoshop brushes), commercial use, royalty-free for the fields

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Date updated: May 7th, 2023

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Image gallery: 50 Cow brushes for Photoshop and Elements and PSP and WordPress and others (Volume 79)

50 Different cow pose brushes as well as realistic cows, drawn, rough, woodcuts and more. Photoshop brushes ABR and PNG format designs in different poses. Apply once or multiple times. Combine the cow brushes, re-color them, warp, export, convert them to different formats and much more. The cow strokes can be used in Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 (as well as the Photoshop 12 equivalents) and Photoshop Elements and other versions and other applications such as PaintShop Pro. Use the cow brushes / cow image files in countless projects such as designs, books, cartoons, videos, plates, stickers, posters, caps, skate boards, leaflets (commercial use license) 300 DPI. Commercial use, all royalty-free. PC and MAC OS X

cow brushes for Photoshop, Xara

FREE download: cow brush PNG sampler for Photoshop, psp and others

One free cow brush in PNG format for use in Photoshop, psp, MS Word, indesign, pages and other applications. Commercial use, all royalty-free. Any questions about the cow design, please contact us on


Cow brushes for 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.


cow brushes for Photoshop

The above example uses the black color for the brush stroke and two brushes are applied. The one on the left is a 'realistic' cow brush applied via the paint tool in Photoshop (or Photoshop elements, they work just as well in Elements) and the one on the right 'sketched cow' brush is applied again with the black color (this is set via the Photoshop toolbox). You can apply one cow or multiple cows. The cows are applied on a basic background of green and blue! (not very countryside though)


The cow brushes 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 was modified by the stamp filter / plug-in in Photoshop and then converted into a brush


stamp filter cow brush


The stamp 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 patterns for 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.


cow pattern photoshop


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 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.


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