Dripping Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Dripping Brushes

Brushes: 21

Compatibility:
Photoshop 7, CS-CS6, CC
Photoshop Elements 2+
GIMP 2.2.6+



Description: Various dripping liquid shapes. They should work well for dripping blood, paint, etc.

High Resolution!



Dripping Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use
 

Download the image pack (for those without Photoshop & GIMP)

Random Brush Tip:

If you want to rotate a brush, there are two ways to do it.

1. You can put it on its own layer, and then choose Edit > Transform > Rotate and move it around that way.

2. Even BETTER… you can change the orientation/rotation of a brush before you even use it! Here’s how.

Have your brush tool selected, with the brush you’re wanting to use loaded. Click on the “Brushes” tab in the upper right area of your Photoshop window (F5 will also open it). Click on “Brush Tip Shape.”

Now, you’ll see an area where there’s a circle with a crosshair through it, with an arrow on one side of the crosshair. Say that you want to rotate your brush about 40 degrees to the right. You can either type in “-40″ into the “Angle” area, or you can click on the arrow part of that crosshair and rotate it around to where you want it to be. You can check how your brush looks in the preview area beneath!

There’s also the options for Flip X and Y, which… well, basically flip the brush horizontally or vertically. That’s handy for adding borders to something, like if you have a corner brush that’s made for the upper right corner and you want to also use it in the upper left… just Flip X, and voila!

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11 Responses to Dripping Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. ZeroGrafics says:

    This is a really good brush set. There are very few stray marks. Good work on this. :) ~ZeroGrafics

  2. Devo says:

    super rad. It’s funny that I’ve been dying to know how to easily rotate a brush, but always forget to search when i’m online. and now i’ve found the answer without even looking for it.
    double thanks

  3. muhammad says:

    thanks a lot for this man really love it. i really need this and i can never thank you enough.

  4. brianna says:

    hey i have been looking around, and i can’t find the turturiol on how to download these brushes, cause the other site i went to told me to un hide hidden files so i can use my brushes and i keep loading them in the brush place but when i go on my brushes on adobe photoshop elements 7.0 it says there are non in my file, i need help ????

  5. Stephanie says:

    @brianna: I have a tutorial that explains how to install them right in my sidebar, under “Getting Started”. It says “Installing Brushes”

    Hope this helps!

  6. aman says:

    thanks you help me

  7. Lyssa says:

    Uhm , how can i make a brush on it’s own layer?

  8. Stephanie says:

    @Lyssa: I explain how to make new layers and use brushes on them in several of my tutorials. Check out “Removing Transparency from Brushes” – that’s fairly short, and will show how to make a layer and use a brush on it.

  9. Ignotus Angelus says:

    Hi,

    I would like to use your brushes but I have Linux… Do you know how I install them? :)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  10. Stephanie says:

    @Ignotus: You install them in Linux using the same way you would in Windows and Mac. They go into your Photoshop brushes folder, in your Photoshop directory, and voila! I have instructions in a tutorial that you can find in my sidebar. Click on “Installing Brushes.”

    That should get you going!

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