Gems Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Gems Brushes

Brushes: 31

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



Description: Various gems in all types of cuts. Also includes stones, pearls, and a few crystals.



Gems Brushes
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16 Responses to Gems Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. trumarcar says:

    I have been looking for gem brushes for ever! These are perfect – hope to use them for clothes textures for Poser. Hope that is OK. Thank you very much.

  2. bunchie says:

    I have never seen so many wonderful brushes! I cannot wait to venture out to the other areas of your forum! tyvm seems like it just doesn’t quite be enough but I ty from the bottom of my heart! God bless you!

  3. tea says:

    ohwow ! those are gorgeous !! thanks so much !!

    i really tried making my own gems.. but yea.. somethings just dont work out xD

    thanks again

  4. lisa says:

    I love these gems, however, I’m not sure how to color them. Can you explain how to get them to look nice like yours. I’m new to PSE 7. Thanks for your work. lisa

  5. Stephanie says:

    @Lisa: The way that I did it is the same as how I explain in my “Removing Transparency from Brushes” tutorial. Check my tutorials section for it!

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  8. shaylawolf says:

    Hi… am new to this and forsome reason on gimp the things are labeld diferantly than on photo shop .. can ya give me directions on how to make the gem brushes gem like on gimp please *am groveling* lol
    thanks hope ya can help lol or .. know someone who can cause im a confused puppy lol.
    hugs , Shayla

  9. Stephanie says:

    @shaylawolf: Sorry, Shayla, but I know absolutely nothing at all about GIMP! Wish I could help, but I’m a Photoshop user. These brushes were made first and foremost for Photoshop, GIMP just added the functionality so they’ll work. And I’d rather make more resources for you guys rather than take all that time to learn a new program! Sorry I couldn’t help and good luck!

  10. shaylawolf says:

    is ok .. *pouts* lol but mabe someone else has a clue how to do it on gimp and can tell me what im doin wrong.:o* ty any how

  11. Hannes says:

    Obsidian Dawn you are one gifted person! I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

    Your brushes are awesome and you have the greatest selection ever.

  12. QUOTE “@Lisa: The way that I did it is the same as how I explain in my “Removing Transparency from Brushes” tutorial. Check my tutorials section for it!”

    Hi there, I just chose a colour when I used the brush, and it didn’t look too bad – perhaps a bit washed out, but maybe I’m missing something. I hunted high and low but I couldn’t find the tutorial.
    Love esther

  13. thankyou so much! the leaf looks great. will try it next time I get some computer time. Wonderful!!!!!
    Love esther

  14. Hi there just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The text in your content seem to be running off the screen in Safari. I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with web browser compatibility but I figured I’d post to let you know. The design and style look great though! Hope you get the problem resolved soon. Many thanks

    • Stephanie says:

      Really? I use Safari every day, and I’m not seeing at all what you’re talking about. Perhaps it was a temporary issue, and not loading properly due to some kind of server issues?

      If it’s still doing it for you, I’d appreciate a screenshot emailed to me! I’m using Safari 5.0.3 and it’s always looked just fine to me.

      Thanks for letting me know!

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