Scratches 1 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp

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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!


Scratches 1 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

awesome brushes

awesome brushes

Anonymous's picture

hm...nice

hm...nice

Anonymous's picture

nice brushes

nice brushes

Anonymous's picture

good

good

Anonymous's picture

great

great

Anonymous's picture

Great Brushes

Great Brushes

Anonymous's picture

great!

great!

Matias Romero's picture

Reducing the brushes to the

Reducing the brushes to the cracks only is a lenghty task but worth doing.

Bill's picture

Matias, You are correct,

Matias,

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!

drew's picture

brushes are awesome,

brushes are awesome, presentation of should also be mentioned here.
great work should not just be rated on end results, but also the process,dedication and willingness to share !!
thanks man

Anonymous girl's picture

Thanx a lot, they're very

Thanx a lot, they're very beautiful !

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