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Discussion in 'Other' started by rosales216, Oct 4, 2008.

  1. rosales216

    rosales216 New Member

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    i need some new brush sites
     
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    MattSomethin Active Member

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    I use Deviatart, and also just google brushes, remember gimp can use Photoshop brushes, so dont be afraid to use photosop brush sites.
     
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    Ya, Google would be best with finding new sites.
     
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    I use Qbrushes.com and brusheezy.com
     
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    for the photoshop brushes i can just copy and paste...i dont have to do anything else?
     
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    MattSomethin Active Member

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    Nope, Photoshop brushes work, just drag them in like you would a gimp brush. You might be decieved at first because there is just one file, but a .abr file is what your looking for, drag it in, restart gimp, and theres your ned brushes.
     
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    wow thats amazing..i have seen some really good PS brushes i wanted but never new i could get them... :D


    do i need to extract it at all?
     
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    nope, just drag the .abr file, into your gimp brush file. Most of my brushes I use are photoshop brushes.
     
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    omg im so glad u told me this..thanks alot.. :)
     
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