Here at CreativePro.com, we often talk about Photoshop brushes. And we don’t just talk about them; we find tons of free Photoshop brushes that you can download and use. So far we’re up to about 86.7 billion free Photoshop brushes (give or take a few dozen billion), which you can see, download, and use from right here to apply to all your designs and marketing material.
Questions often come up about how to install and use those Photoshop brushes. We decided to address the most common questions in article form, rather than answer the same questions over and over again in the comments of articles. (Did you know that you can comment on articles? We encourage you to do so; it makes us feel loved.)
Q: What are Photoshop brushes and brush sets?
A: Although “brush” may make you think of oil paints and watercolors, Photoshop brushes can go way beyond mimicking the look of natural media. You can use them to change lighting or add a huge variety of patterns and textures. Photoshop brushes can also take the place of clipart, enabling you to instantly add just about any object, plant, animal, person, or thing you can imagine. Continue reading “Photoshop Brushes FAQ”
In this instructional exercise you’ll figure out how to just and rapidly include the impression of a scene to your subjects eyeball. I’ve additionally incorporated the real Photoshop session in with notes so you can see with your own eyes how this is finished.
A soft glow Photoshop effect is actually very easy to create. This effect can be used to make photos look special and more interesting. The same effect can also be used to create fantasy photographs which look unique and are not things that you could normally create just by taking a photo.
When creating a soft glow effect in Photoshop, you will actually find the whole process very simple. The effect is also very realistic and a great way to make your photos even more special.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a glowing text effect in Photoshop. It’s very easy to create this effect. The main tools used in this episode are downloadable brushes, gradient tool and blending options.
Watch this video to learn how to create a beautiful water splash effect in Photoshop.
Water is beautiful, but creating its effect digitally from scratch can be dreadful, due to the complexity you have to deal with. However, there are always time when you, as a professional, have to create the water effect, be it for personal use or commercial project.
Create a stunning ad where your object is being hit with a wave of water splash! Check it out!
In this link you’ll find a set of Photoshop brushes composed of different water effects like splashes, which are ideal for creating backgrounds since they are high-resolution brushes.
Check out this video so you can learn about brushes in Photoshop.
Brushes can save some serious time when adding design flourishes to your marketing and advertising, so we’ve rounded up our favourite free Photoshop brushes.
Photoshop brushes are a fantastic time-saver as they allow you to quickly create rich artwork without having to draw all the individual design elements.
There’s a huge spectrum of brushes available ranging from leaf designs to fabric textures, cloud patterns to typography. While Photoshop CC does ship with a set of brushes pre-installed, they only scratch the surface of what’s possible with the brush engine.