Drips 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Well since my latest shared brush set was spatters, it's only fair that I share a drips brush set with you! I've had these ones laying around for some time now. I made these drips with some black acrylic paint, let them drip naturally, and then scanned them. These drip brushes are all around 1500 pixels in size or so, so they should be enough resolution for most projects. The download contains an .abr file that contains all ten drip brushes that was created in Adobe Photoshop CS5 and also works in Gimp. These drips could be used for dripping blood in a macabre or horror art piece or slime or whatever!


Drips 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Gourove Karmakar's picture

Very Good.

Very Good.

Anonymous's picture

Thanks - useful.

Thanks - useful.

RobertSF's picture

Thank you for sharing! Your

Thank you for sharing! Your brushes are very useful. :)

RONNIE CARYLSE's picture

THANK YOU!!

THANK YOU!!

Anonymous's picture

Thank you. I used some

Thank you.
I used some brushes for creating bleeding credit card at www.newlinespirit.com
Regards

Anonymous's picture

Thank you your brush will be

Thank you your brush will be very helpfull.
and i will be post the link as soon as possible.

skento's picture

great brushes ty!

great brushes ty!

automatik's picture

very nice thank you!

very nice thank you!

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