Water II Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Water II Brushes

Brushes: 30

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

Description: Various water shapes. Lots of splashes, various spouts and fountains, waves, and much more!

High Resolution!

Water II Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use

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

Random Brushes Tip:

Ever tried to paint a stroke with a brush and thought that the edges didn’t seem as clean and smooth as they could be? The way that the hard-edged brushes in Photoshop’s “Basic Brushes” are set, that just may happen when you’re working at higher resolutions.

To fix that:

  • Click on your brushes tab (or hit F5 to bring it up).
  • Click on “Brush Tip Shape” and look at the preview image of the brush at the bottom. You’ll be able to see those bumpy edges if you set the diameter at a high size.
  • Now change the “Spacing” so that it’s set to about 15% or lower. You can set it to 1% to make it perfectly smooth for those ultra-high resolutions, but if you have a slower computer, that may slow the brush down when you go to use it. So just find a nice percentage where you don’t see all the bumpy edges.

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54 Responses to Water II Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Merrill says:


    Does the Water ll Brushes work on the Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) platform?


  2. Merrill says:

    Forgot to mention, I’m running Photoshop CS4.

    • cc says:

      you run photoshop cs4? do you know where i can purhcuse it? i cant find it anywhere

      • Stephanie says:

        You will likely have to purchase CS4 through sites like Ebay, etc. at this point. CS5 is the current version, and Apple only sells the current version (to my knowledge) on their website, at least. Make sure it says that it has a valid product registration key! An unused one.

        Good luck!

  3. Stephanie says:

    @Merrill: The version of Photoshop is all that matters, and as you’ll see on this page, it says Photoshop 7+. That includes ALL of the CS series, so you’re good to go! :)

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  6. Rui says:

    Great work. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Thank You, I’m very excited to use these

  8. crispin says:

    I have Gimp and i downloaded the brushes .How do i add it to the Gimp Graphic Program ?

  9. tony says:

    thanks for sharing.

  10. Kei Kei says:

    >.> how do i install them on gimp

  11. nusrat shahid says:

    can i used your brushes for contest in “Skin the Bottle” Competition ?
    the skin could appear on water bottles sold in stores.the contest end in 30th november

    • Stephanie says:

      You can, sure. However, if you win, you’d have to purchase a commercial license for whichever brush sets you used, since you couldn’t exactly credit me on the bottles. If the entries will be displayed on a website somewhere (even the ones that don’t win), you may as well purchase a license for it now – because I doubt you’ll be able to credit me on that website alongside their usage. Hope this clears it up for you!

  12. nusrat shahid says:

    thanks for the reply,i must purchased commercial licence if i use it.

  13. ana says:

    im using the eyelash brushes and i tried to use it an it comes out blurry as if the opacity was set low (Set: opacity:100 Flow:100) and it doesnt show the lashes they look blurry grey.I dont know what to do an would like to use it properly on photos. Help?

    • Stephanie says:

      Your best bet, if it’s not coming out very strongly, is to either just double click on the screen twice – to use the brush on top of itself and make it darker… or, to use the brush on its own layer and just duplicate that layer until it’s as dark as you’d like it. I’m not sure which brush you’re using, but some of those are definitely darker than others, as well. However, if you like the brush you’re using and just want it darker, what I said above should work out perfectly.

  14. julie says:

    i am trying to download this brushes but its seems hard it shows This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

    Access Denied


    i f you now something to help me please notice me

  15. julie says:

    thanks now i can download without problems and i just did it

  16. Maurice says:

    Thanks I was looking for brushes like these

  17. Katie says:

    When I go to use the brushes, they`re really really big.
    How do I change the size of them?

    • Stephanie says:

      There’s a slider up next to the thumbnail that shows the currently selected brush. You can use that to choose the size.

      If you want to see a video that shows it, check out my “Realistic Eyelashes and Eyeshadow” tutorial, which shows me resizing a brush.

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  19. Cookie Ramirez says:

    i just started using Gimp, dont know how to use brushes and layers to well, hope i can learn from you , great work/stock

    • Stephanie says:

      I’ll help with what I can, although I’m afraid I’m not a GIMP user myself. Still, almost all of my resources will work for you — you just may have to find instructions for some stuff elsewhere. Hope you enjoy them. :)

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