Frames & Borders Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Frames & Borders Brushes

Brushes: 28

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



Description: Various frames and borders. This set was made for Photoshop Support. You can view all the information about the brush set on their site, as well as a tutorial that explains how to make the most of some of the brushes!



Go now to the Frames & Borders Photoshop & GIMP Brushes on PhotoshopSupport.com!

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49 Responses to Frames & Borders Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Stephanie says:

    @Marly: If this link wasn’t working, then it was temporary. You must go to the other website that I link above, and then click on the download link on their site to get the brushes.

    (Se este link não estava funcionando, então era temporária. Você deve ir para o outro site que eu link acima e, em seguida, clique no link para download em seu site para obter as escovas.)

  2. Marly says:

    Muito obrigada!
    Consegui baixar…rs
    São lindas!
    Fica com Deus!

    ” Thank you!
    I managed to download … rs
    They are beautiful!
    Stay with God! “

  3. Proma says:

    Love the brushes! Really of great use.

  4. dinora says:

    I realy what this brushes but I can’t downloud can you help me pls!!! I realy love than help

  5. Melisa Kjellander says:

    I followed the link but it links back to an error page on your site. I really need this asap. please help!

  6. Dono says:

    Dear Obsidian Dawn folks,

    Just THANK YOU.

    I’m totally new to brushes. I’ve been doing this stuff the hard way.

    :)

    Dono

  7. psst says:

    how do I get the brushes off here?

  8. psst says:

    Nevermind :D I got them

  9. Anja says:

    How can I get GIMP brushs? the link at the other website is just for ps… or am I wrong?

    Anja =)

  10. Anja says:

    ooh… that i dont have read… >.<'
    thank you =) now its working^^

    and again… Thank You!!

  11. LittleUnicorn says:

    I can’t download it :(

  12. Yan says:

    I love this set of brushes. I followed the tutorial, and it worked like a charm with the Rope frame and also the doily, but when I tried it with the Polaroid Dark, I must be making a mistake somewhere. After the Magic Wand tool, when I choose Inverse, it seems to want to choose only the photo inside the Polaroid, so that when I try to use the Paint Bucket Tool, it fills the photo with the paint colour! I don’t know why or if I’m doing something wrong. I am using Elements 10. Please advise. Thank you.

  13. أحمد الإمام says:

    good

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  15. Astrid says:

    Hi! I just downloaded the brush set and, as a practice, I followed each and every step of the tutorial on photoshopsupport.com, but instead of a life-like rope, I get an opaque-coloured, somewhat rope-shaped “thing”. Changing opacity doesn’t help either, as it gets the watermark look again, instead of a bright and life-like rope. Help! :P

    • Stephanie says:

      The key is to get the underneath layer, the one where you’re adding the color, to not be opaque at all. It may take a few clicks with the paint bucket tool step, depending on what Photoshop version you have.

      If the paint bucket tool isn’t working well and it’s still transparent, there’s a few other things you can do to get it to become solid.

      First, which is the most thorough and precise, but hardest to do… is to just paint in the color of the rope on a layer beneath the layer where you applied the rope shape. You can always erase if you get it outside the lines. Make sure you’re using a regular round brush with 100% transparency and flow. If you have a graphics tablet, this way is a LOT easier.

      If you don’t have a tablet, try this: Make a new layer beneath the black rope shape layer and make sure you have nothing selected. Use the paint bucket tool on that layer. It should completely fill up your screen with that color, but you should still be able to see the shape of the rope on the layer above it. Use your magic wand tool just like it explains to click inside the rope frame, then hold SHIFT and click outside of it as well. Then hit delete to erase it. You should be left with a solid color beneath the rope, making the rope completely solid.

      If you’re decent with coloring, you could also add some highlights on another layer on top of the color layer, but below the black rope shape layer. Enough coloring like that and you can make the rope look completely real, but to get it 100% realistic, it takes some practice.

      Another option is just to find a PNG of a rope, with the background already removed. :)

      But you absolutely CAN get a realistic looking rope this way. The photos that I used in the tutorial were all made exactly as I explain them. A few things may vary with the versions of Photoshop, that’s the only thing I can think of that would make it more transparent.

      Hope this helps!

  16. Love Skye says:

    the download button is missing here :(

    • Stephanie says:

      This resource was made exclusively for Photoshop Support, so you need to click on the link to their website and grab them there. You can still purchase commercial licenses for this set, however, so that’s why the other two of the buttons are still there. Sorry for the confusion!

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