Fractals 2 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Time to celebrate my 75th set of free brushes! My previous set of fractal brushes has been fairly popular, so here is another set of fractal brushes! I rendered a decent variation of fractals, which could be used for a background or something. All brushes are 2500 pixels by 2500 pixels. This set of brushes will work with Adobe Photoshop 7 or newer, as well as Gimp. You can also use abrMate, if you would like to extract each brush into a .png for use in Paint Shop Pro or any other design or graphics program. Hope you enjoy these brushes!


Fractal 2 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Guinevere's picture

Hallo, I like your brushes

Hallo,

I like your brushes very much!
BUT:
You say those are also useful to Gimp. I downloaded some, but they don't work in my version of Gimp (Gimp 2.6).
Most of the downloads contains the abr file only. But one of the Brickpattern brushesdownload included the abr AND the gbr file. So that one works. The others not, unfortunately...
For a test I downloaded Fractal Brushes 2, but that kit contains the abr file only...
So can you help me to use your beatiful brushkits?

Yours sincerely,

Guinevere

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Hello Guinevere, Gimp has

Hello Guinevere,

Gimp has been able to use .abr files for brush sets also since a little after version 2, so I have started to only include the .abr file as it works in both Gimp and Photoshop. What version of Gimp are you using?

Fiona's picture

These are so wonderful!

These are so wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

Guinevere's picture

Hello Bill, Sorry, I read

Hello Bill,

Sorry, I read your answer just now...
I use Gimp version 2.6

Guinevere

Guinevere's picture

Hello Bill, Sorry, read your

Hello Bill,

Sorry, read your answer just now...
I use Gimp version 2.6
So I guess I should be able to use the abr. files, right?

Guinevere

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