Eyebrows Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Eyebrows Brushes

Brushes: 42 (21 unique)

Photoshop CS-CS6, CC
Photoshop Elements 3+
GIMP 2.2.6+

Description: Various eyebrows. Mostly female, but with a few male eyebrows in there, as well. Most of these are from the front angle, but see the tip below for how to apply them to various angles of faces, as well as how to add emotions to them.

Eyebrows Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use

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

Brushes Tip: To get these to fit the face you’re adding them to (or to add emotions), use the Transform tool:

  • Add the eyebrows each to their own, new layer.
  • For expressions, click on one of the eyebrow layers to select it, then go into Edit > Transform > Warp.
  • A kind of grid will come up. You can click and drag within that grid to add arches to the eyebrows, or various expressions. Be careful with this tool, as if you stretch stuff too much it can start to look fake. A better way to make sure you’re not over-stretching the brow shape is to click and drag the various dots on the outside of the grid around to get the shape you’re looking for. The shape will change more proportionally if you move each column of dots together, to keep the same heights between them (and then just make the rectangle into an arch, etc.) Play around with it, and you’ll get a feel for it!
  • Click on the checkmark on the top of the screen to apply it once you’re happy.
  • To get the eyebrow to fit on a slightly turned or angled face, try using Edit > Transform > Perspective.
  • Once the box comes up, click on one of the corners that should be closer to the “camera”, if it were someone taking a photo. Drag that corner up or down to expand that side of the box. This should change the perspective so that the eyebrow fits the face better.

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8 Responses to Eyebrows Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Sandy_in_MD says:

    These are awesome – thanks so much!

  2. Debbie Gorecke says:

    Thank you very much :)

  3. Myu Togaru says:

    Doesn’t work with my Adobe Photoshop 6.0 :((((

    • Stephanie says:

      Nope, none of my brushes will. Adobe Photoshop 6 is absolutely ancient. I started with 7, and that’s what most of my brushes will start working on (and every other Photoshop forward). I figured going back 10 years was plenty. BUT… good news!

      I have image packs for almost all of my brush sets. It’s available for download below the row of buttons. Download that, and making them into Photoshop 6 brushes will be easy as pie. (Just open the files individually, and choose Edit > Define Brush Preset — or something similar to that.) That’ll still allow you to use them. :)

  4. Ruben says:

    La opción de transformación libre no funciona en mi photoshop CC. Que hago?

    • Stephanie says:

      En CC Photoshop, Transformación libre ahora es su propia opción y ya no está bajo Editar es > Transformar . Busque Edición> Transformación libre . A continuación, puede cambiar el tamaño y cambiar el ángulo de su agrado. A continuación, seleccione Editar > Transformar > Warp y arrastrar partes de la vuelta para que se ajuste a los ojos a la perfección. Mira mi tutorial de vídeo en las pestañas / Sombra de ojos para ver lo que quiero decir . Gracias !

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