This file contains 10 high-resolution Asian lantern GIMP and photoshop brushes. Same 10 brushes, two formats (one .abr set for Photoshop, 10 separate .gbr files for GIMP).
This set contains vintage Christmas-themed brushes pulled from uncopywrited Project Gutenberg books dating from 1800-1920. The majority of the brushes show scenes from a Victorian Christmas, and this set includes brushes from popular holiday books.
Brush sizes range from 200px – 2500px, but mostly weight in at 400px-700px.
For your open source graphic design delight, I give you 21 high-res Chinese calligraphy GIMP brushes. This set includes 20 Mandarin (modern Chinese) character brushes and one extra-large scroll brush that can be used as a background. Each brush file is named with an English translation of the symbol’s meaning.
If you’re going for authenticity, these can’t really double as Japanese brushes, as they use the modern post-Mao character set, but if you’re audience is English-speaking and can’t tell the difference, they’re close enough.
Includes one of each: love, peace, longevity, prosperity, father, mother, house, friendship, earth, wind, fire, water, Buddhism, deity, dream, courage, dragon, tiger, patience and trust.
These brushes were created in GIMP 2.6.7. To use them, go to your GIMP directory, and find the Share > gimp > 2.0 > Brushes file, then paste all of the .gbr files included in my brush set into that directory. Then either re-start GIMP, or refresh the GIMP brushes palette to see and begin using the brushes.
This is a very simple photoshop brush pack with 20 high-res checkmark designs. Brush sizes range from around 800px – 1100px. Most are solid black (opaque), a couple of the textured brushes are mildly transparent.
As usual, these are free to use for commercial or personal projects, but please don’t re-package these for re-sale.
Created with Photoshop CS3.
Three cheers for the guy operating the Cthulu-esque sound equipment.
This brush pack celebrates everything audio with eight audio levels brushes, one crossfade brush and a set of mixer knobs thrown in for good measure. That’s 10 audio brushes in all. Go crazy.
License: These brushes are free to use for commercial and personal purposes, but no re-packaging these and selling them as your own. A credit would be nice if you have the webspace for it, but on the other hand, there’s something kinda romantic about being a well-kept secret.
Crafted with Photoshop CS3.