Ropes -n- Chains Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Ropes -n- Chains Brushes

Brushes: 33

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

Description: Various ropes and chains. Includes several cords (like for trims on fabric) and jewelry chains, as well as the rugged ropes and chains that you’d find in your local hardware store. They can all be “linked” together and should be seamless if done properly.

Very High Resolution!

Ropes -n- Chains Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use

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25 Responses to Ropes -n- Chains Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Anne says:

    Hi, I have seen loads of your materials – I am truly impressed with your work.
    The image pack for this one seems to be linked to [lips-images]

  2. Stephanie says:

    @Anne: Whoopsie! Thanks for pointing that out. Fixed now!

  3. Kris says:

    Just what I was looking for! Thankyou!!

  4. tora says:

    TY once again for your great work

  5. Nirmal says:


    Do change the description! :) it needs to be updated…or your chains and ropes will be smiling and frowning!

  6. Stephanie says:

    lol, thank you, Nirmal! Fixed. :P

  7. Coop says:

    I love this set, but I think that you could perhaps add some cuffs? Like an ankle cuff or something, so that it could be used as if something was chained to something else… :] That would be pretty cool.

    I love your work, it’s amazing! And I love the new site design, very nice. :] Keep up the amazing work!

  8. amalech says:

    thanks steph your an angel

  9. Kataang7789 says:

    Random story about this brush:
    I was messing around with brushes, practicing with them and stuff, and my friend Matt comes along and I’m useing the chain brush.
    “BONDAGE!!!” He screamed and ran out the door.
    The weirdo.

  10. krabkat says:

    Hi: I’ve been using your brushes for quite a while now (nothing major-mostly just family projects, etc.). I just wanted to take the time to tell you how much I appreciate your hard work. I always know I can find what I need here on your site and I love the little tips you often include beneath the brush images. I’ve benefited from several of them! Just a note of appreciation and admiration! Can’t believe I get all this stuff for free!

  11. terry says:

    See my picture,I’m 12 years old right now

  12. hauke vagt says:

    hi ! i bought an licence for one packet ! going to use the chains and ropes packet – really nice stuff! i´m using it for an painting for the band Omeon. thanx alot.
    (hope this was the right way to inform you which packet i intend to use! )

  13. day says:

    Thanks for another awesome brush set! Love your work <3

  14. Dona says:

    Thank you for the great stuff!

  15. Kaycee says:

    Thank you so very much these will work great!!

  16. Tom says:

    I really like the brushes, but have limited knowledge of how to use them… How do I make them link up and follow a smooth curve? Please help!
    Thanks y’all

    • Stephanie says:

      It’s kind of tricky to do. The best way that I’ve been able to find to do it is to use each brush on its own layer. Then, zoom in really close where the two chains are supposed to intersect and move one of the brushes around (that’s why it’s on its own layer, so you can move the two independently) using the keys on your keyboard until they line up just right.

      Good luck!

  17. Vexycon says:

    thank you i will use it on

  18. DM karthik says:

    hi,,,,i want this brush,,and i lik it to.,,,
    but for unfortunate,,,i’m using gimp 2.2.4…can i able to get for tat…

  19. monika says:

    These rope brushes are exactly what I was looking for… thank you very much!!!

  20. Shilo says:

    Thank you so much! Mangaged to use these brushes to finish off my Symphoni picture :D couldn’t have done it without this!!!

  21. Kathy says:

    Just what I was looking for! Thank you

  22. btcscratcher says:

    thanks very helpfull :D

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