Planets Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Planets Brushes

Brushes: 28

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



Description: Various planets, specifically those planets within our solar system. Includes several of our moon.



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

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25 Responses to Planets Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Ashley says:

    I really love these and have been looking forever for ones like this but they don’t download and I’ve been trying for a number of days so I guess this is reporting a broken link on the download.

    Thanks,

    Ashley

  2. Stephanie says:

    @Ashley: Hmm. I’m not sure why you’re having trouble. I just downloaded them fine. Perhaps you have your security settings in your browser set too high for it to allow the download? You could add my site to your trusted sites to fix that, or just lower the security settings on your browser (how you do that depends on what browser you’re using).

    If you still can’t get it, let me know and I’ll email them to you!

  3. Hayley says:

    Oh those are really cool thanks!
    They looked amazing on my space title page :*
    My friends are jelous, keep the good work up.

  4. Thank you for these great brushes and for all the wonderful brushes you so freely share. You are so talented.

  5. kd says:

    YOU ROCK!!!! I love your work!

  6. bigrokey says:

    bless u been looking for over 2 wks

  7. Annie says:

    How do you get them onto gimp? I found these on your deviant art, by the way

  8. Stephanie says:

    @Annie: Check out “Installing Brushes” in my sidebar. That’ll get you going. :)

  9. terry says:

    Is this for photoshop 5.5 also? my brother wants it

  10. Stephanie says:

    @terry: If you mean regular Photoshop 5, then no. But that came out like 15 years ago, and it’s very unlikely that’s what he has. If it’s Photoshop ELEMENTS 5, then yes… absolutely, these will work.

    Either way, though, you could download the image packs and make them into brushes, as an alternative.

  11. Sarah says:

    hi! How to use brushes I have download from here?

    (Not so good in English)

  12. Stephanie says:

    @Sarah: Well, I have a tutorial that explains how to use them. Click on “Installing Brushes” in my sidebar, on the right. :)

  13. Ashley C says:

    i downloaded them but after i do so i can’t fins them on my computer… :( i’ve tried multiple times..

  14. Stephanie says:

    @Ashley: Well, how that works depends on what browser you’re using. It should ask you where you want to put it. If it doesn’t, it should put it into a downloads folder, or onto your desktop, or wherever you specified last for it to put something. I’m sorry, there’s no one answer to that question, so I can’t completely help you out there.

    Once you’ve got it found, though, here’s a tutorial that’ll walk you through the rest. Click on “Installing Brushes” in my sidebar to view it.

  15. Zachary says:

    How do you get the brushes for the planets in color.
    i can do single color but nothing like that.
    ????

    • Stephanie says:

      Check out my tutorials section, it explains how to use multiple colors with brushes in a tutorial. What I’ve done for this preview image is one step beyond even that, though… I use the brush on its own layer in black, then make a new layer beneath it and paint in the planet by hand. Very tedious, and you really may as well just grab an image of the planet to use instead. These are still useful, but if you want it in full color, that’s what I’d suggest. :)

  16. Skrit says:

    weird. everytime I download the image pack the only image in it is signature brush:S it’ve been working on other image packs

    • Stephanie says:

      That IS odd! I just downloaded it and got them all just fine. Perhaps there was an error in the download somewhere, corrupting some of the file? Although it sounds like you’ve tried it a few times. Perhaps it was a temporary error of some sort.

      Try it once more, and let me know if it still doesn’t work for you – I can send you the images in an email. :)

      • Skrit says:

        it still didn’t work>.< tried another two times. only the signature brush

        • Stephanie says:

          Wow, very strange. I’m attaching it to you in an email.

          They’re definitely all in there, so if it’s still extracting it and only giving you the signature brush, then there’s something going on with your extraction utility. Let me know if this works for you, though!

  17. Skrit says:

    (didn’t find reply button, lol)
    it worked now and all images were in it. thank you so much!^^

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  19. Diogo says:

    I ,maybe, create a book cover with them.

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