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Grunge Brushes/Textures for Photoshop


30 Jul 2010 10:03PM
Hi Guys,

I am working on a project and I am in need of some good grunge style brushes and textures. Can anyone recommend some good ones that are free to use?

Cheers!

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answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2010 10:06PM
yes.. hang on a minute...
30 Jul 2010 10:07PM
(hanging on) Tongue
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2010 10:15PM
cant find the ones I wanted, Robert Segate's brushes, but I have some others - I'll send you them.
chase e2
9 1.1k 242 England
30 Jul 2010 10:45PM
try here for a few.
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2010 10:48PM
david ignore the email go with janet's link Grin
30 Jul 2010 10:50PM

Quote:David ignore the email go with janet's link Grin


Yea, some of those are amazing! Thanks for the other brushes too. I especially like the plaster ones.
Boyd e2
11 11.2k 11 Wales
30 Jul 2010 11:00PM
I'm surprised that you can't make your own grunge textures and brushes Burley.
Look around you where you work - surely there must be something? A close-up of the calloused coin counting fingers of Pete? The sweat stained desktops of previous employees that graced the treadmills of ePz? The tyre tread of Pete's new Veyron?
30 Jul 2010 11:03PM

Quote:I'm surprised that you can't make your own grunge textures and brushes Burley.
Look around you where you work - surely there must be something? A close-up of the calloused coin counting fingers of Pete? The sweat stained desktops of previous employees that graced the treadmills of ePz? The tyre tread of Pete's new Veyron?



Very very true, however when there is no time you simply have to result in using other peoples talents Tongue
Eviscera e2
8 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2010 3:44PM
I use the cracked types here David.
2 Aug 2010 11:40AM

Quote:I use the cracked types here David.


Those look really cool too. Thanks everyone for the suggestions, there are some really great resources!
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
2 Aug 2010 7:09PM
Posted something yesterday, just doodling really but its got me thinking.

I`ve worked out how to make and save brushes, but I think I`m stil missing something.

How do you place them into a custom folder for latter use that`s easy to find Smile
SueEley e2
8 271 96 Wales
19 Aug 2010 9:09PM
I found I could achieve some great brushes in CS4/2 by combining dual brushes and altering the scattering etc..... but could never work out how to save them for reuse. Obviously me not thinking straight. Must be something to do with tool presets? Paul obviously has more of a clue than me. I found it quite discouraging, as I loved those brushes.

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