I like creating dirty, grungy looking surfaces, so I took 10 scratched up metal textures and turned them into scratch texture brushes! They are all 2500 pixel by 2500 pixel and make great texture brushes; I left all the surface dinginess in them. Maybe next time I'll make a set where I trim the brushes down to just the scratches. Let me know what you think!
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#1Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 09/03/2010 - 02:27.
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#8Submitted by Matias Romero on Tue, 09/28/2010 - 22:39.
Reducing the brushes to the cracks only is a lenghty task but worth doing.
#9Submitted by Bill on Sun, 11/21/2010 - 11:33.
You are correct, some brushes I make are large and meant for background textures like these and some brushes I take the time to remove any hard edges so that they can be placed as independent objects anywhere. Take a look at Scratch Brushes 2 for some scratches without hard edges!
#10Submitted by drew on Sat, 05/14/2011 - 09:35.
brushes are awesome, presentation of should also be mentioned here.
#11Submitted by Anonymous girl on Sun, 06/26/2011 - 15:36.
Thanx a lot, they're very beautiful !
#12Submitted by James on Tue, 03/10/2015 - 20:29.
The download contains an .abr file - my GIMP 2.6 says it needs .gbr or .vbr. Can this file work in my version of GIMP? Thanks, looks really cool!
#13Submitted by Bill on Wed, 03/11/2015 - 15:35.
Beginning in version 2.7 of Gimp and now into 2.8, .abr files open just fine. The last few years, I have quit packaging up sets into .gbr's as well since .abrs have worked for both Photoshop and Gimp. A lot of bug fixes and updates have been made so I'd recommend upgrading if your computer can handle it of course. You could always download abrmate, strip the brush set you like into separate .png files, then open them and save as brushes in Gimp 2.6 if you wish to keep that version.
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