Trees Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Trees Brushes

Brushes: 26

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

Description: Various trees. If applied a few times, could be used as silhouettes. Or follow the “removing transparency” tutorial link below to make them into colorful trees. Includes a bonsai, palm, numerous dead or leafless trees, tons of “leafy” trees, pines, a willow, and more!

Trees Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use

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

  • Icefall

    How do I use/download it for GIMP?

    • Stephanie

      Click on “Installing Brushes” in the sidebar – that’ll get you going.

  • Jon

    life saver!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thx bro

  • Cylinder

    How do I bring the brushes on to GIMP?

    • Stephanie

      You follow the instructions in my installation tutorial, which you can find a link to in my sidebar (“Installing Brushes” is what you want). Enjoy!

      • Cylinder

        Thank you so much! :)

  • Kitty

    thanks for sharing I download these

  • Stephanie

    Just want to say thanks for these brushes, its people like you that make it easy for people like me who are still only in the early stages of developing there skill in photoshop. Again thank you very much. S.

  • jang heajung

    thanks you for these brushes.


    Woow! It’s lovely :)

  • Tania

    How do you make them two different colors?

    • Stephanie

      Go into my tutorials section and click on “Multiple Colors with Brushes”. That’ll explain it. :)

      • Tania

        Thank you very much!

  • Erika S

    Are these brushes and the other ones supposed to be in black and white?

  • Erika S

    Is the image pack in color? … What is an image pack? Does it have anything to do with GIMP? How would I go about downloading it?

    • Stephanie

      All of these questions are answered in my FAQ.

      The image pack is the same thing as the brushes, in JPG form. It’s made for people that are using programs other than Photoshop and GIMP, so that they can convert them into brushes in whatever other program they want. They are NOT in color – they’re the same thing as the brushes.

      If you’re looking for a tree in full color, and you don’t want to go through some of the extensive things that you need to do in order to make brushes look that way, then your best bet is to find an image of a tree and use that. These aren’t the best choice, when you want a realistic looking tree – in greens and browns. It IS possible, however, and that’s what my “Multiple Colors with Brushes” tutorial explains how to do. (and that’s what I did for the preview image)

  • Mel

    These are amazing and beautiful brushes. Thank you so much for sharing them with everyone. They are an amazing help for someone without a tablet! ^^

    ~ Mel

  • Deanne

    Thank you so much for the brushes! <3

  • Sim Adams

    An absolute god send and beautiful brushes.Thankyou and hope to make greetings cards that will wow new customers.
    Thanks so very much:)

  • JD

    Dude Thanks a lot bro…..

  • Ricky

    These brushes are a lifesaver. I’m not so great at photoshop, when i use it, the trees are black and white. How can I have them render in color as you show here?

    • Stephanie

      Well, I have a tutorial that explains it in my tutorials section – it’s called “Multiple Colors with Brushes”. However, you won’t ever get them to look 100% realistic. If you’re looking for something completely realistic, you may want to look for some trees that are PNGs and have transparent backgrounds. I don’t have any of those, I’m afraid. Still, depending on what you’re looking for, these may work for you.

      Here’s a link to the tutorial:

  • DevBio@Le coin du developpeur bio

    Thanks you for this brushes.

  • tamooz

    Thaaank you stephanie for these brushes… :)