Grid 2 BrushPack for Photoshop or Gimp

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Time for another set of grid brushes! These brushes are a little different with random block ordering for some neat sci-fi effects that can be added to your design project. The grid blocks vary in size between the brushes in the set. This brush set will work with Adobe Photoshop 7 or any newer Photoshop CS version and all brushes are the maximum 2500 pixels in size. These brushes will also work in Gimp just fine. You can use my utility, abrMate if you would like to extract each brush into a .png for use in Paint Shop Pro or something else.

Grid 2 Brush Pack for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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karla's picture

These look cool! Thank you

These look cool! Thank you :)

Su Hall's picture

I don't believe I have seen

I don't believe I have seen any of these type brushes before. Cool! Thank you!


Anonymous's picture

LOVE THIS! Thanks so much for

LOVE THIS! Thanks so much for all the free brushes, you rock.

Phoebe Baker's picture

You could do some really

You could do some really interesting retro- pixel- mixing art with these! Your brushes really are amazing, and your site is too. Keep up the unique and spectacular work!

Anonymous's picture

Thank you for sharing-great

Thank you for sharing-great brushes!

Anonymous's picture

Thank you so much!

Thank you so much!

Art Gallery For Photoshop's picture

this is very good. thank you.

this is very good.
thank you.

hye-yeon's picture

Thank you! ^^

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Very nice! Thank you for

Very nice! Thank you for sharing them!

Anony-mouse's picture

Thanks!! They are awesome!!

Thanks!! They are awesome!!

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