Scrambled Letters & Symbols Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Scrambled Letters & Symbols Brushes

Brushes: 24

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



Description: Random scattered letters, symbols, runes, etc. Some have just a few, others are more dense, others are swirl shaped.

High Resolution!



Scrambled Letters Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use
 

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

Random Photoshop Tip:

Did you know that you can change the way that you view your brushes in the brush preset picker?

Select the brush tool and click on the arrow just to the right of the thumbnail that displays in that top area just below the menu. This is the brush preset picker.

Now, click on that small arrow on the top right. From here, you can load all your different brushes, of course, but you can also change the way that they’re displayed. You have the following options:

Text: This will only display the name of the brushes.

Small Thumbnail: This displays small thumbnails of the brushes and the brush size just below it.

Large Thumbnail: This displays larger thumbnails of the brushes and the brush size.

Small List: This displays the size of the brush followed by the brush name. There is a VERY small preview, as well, but you may not be able to make out much.

Large List: This displays a larger preview, followed by the size of the brush and the brush name.

Stroke Thumbnail: This view displays the thumbnail, with the size of the brush beneath it. To the right, it shows you what the brush will look like when you paint with it (this is particularly handy for viewing some of my brush sets that were made to be “painted” with, like our textures brush set and special effects brush set).

Note: You can also change the SIZE of that brush preset picker window by clicking and dragging on the lower right corner.

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  • http://dianaquest.blogspot.com Diana

    how do you download it?

  • http://dianaquest.blogspot.com Diana

    Oh I figured how. Thanks alot :)

  • vio

    how to install scramble text brush into photoshop..
    please help me…
    please retry to my email… thanks a lot..

    • http://www.obsidiandawn.com Stephanie

      There is a button right next to the download button on the pages where you get the brushes that has “How to Install” on it. That’ll explain the entire process.

  • http://www.feathersdesigns.com feathersdesigns

    nice brush!!1 thanks lot

  • http://facebook.com/adin.isaac Sioux Wolf

    Thank you very much, good job!!! :)

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    Good information thanks for sharing

    J

  • Diane M.

    I just purchased a license for the Scrambled letters and Symbols brushes. I probably should have downloaded them first to see what I was getting, as I don’t seem to be able to find a brush that is purely letters, which is what I need. Am I missing something?

    • http://www.obsidiandawn.com Stephanie

      Nope, they’re a mixture of numbers and symbols. And the download is there for free for exactly that purpose – so you can try them first.

      You could just use the text tool in Photoshop to add letters, though – did you JUST want letters scattered all over, is that it? Just make a brush out of the various letters you want to use and then check out my tutorial on “Advanced Brush Techniques” – that’ll help you learn how to scatter them all over, once you’ve made them into brushes. That’s basically what I did here.

      I’m sorry that these weren’t what you were looking for.

      • Diane M.

        Thanks, Stephanie. No problem. I’ll try what you suggested. I like it anyway – also the Music and Water brushes! I love your site!

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  • achmad

    thank you for sharing sister and brother

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