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Stalks 2 by melemel Stalks 2 by melemel
Stalks set 2. About 18 brushes.

Free for personal use only, :+favlove: this page and give credit to if you use them please! For commercial and credit free use, you can buy a license from my shop

Visit my blog Mels Brushes for lots more resources
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NEYNE-BLOMMA Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2011  Student Photographer
thank you!
timeless-shadow Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2008
These are wonderful. I really like their unique quality.
monguiny Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2008
Thanks for the brushes once again! :cuddle:

I used it here: [link]
oqmioritzei Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2007
[link] used them here.I'm weird, I know:D
oqmioritzei Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2007
how are those brushes created?:P I only want to know the basic idea.I've been using ps for a while but ..I dunno can you make your own brushes?...anywayz, thank you very much.:hug:
melemel Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2007  Professional
Hiya.. They are so easy to make. Just draw anything you want on a new blank image (white or transparent background).

Then go to Edit>Define brush and click ok. It will add your drawing as a brush to the brushes in the dropdown brush menu (across the top).

If you want to save the brush, then you have to go through and delete all the other brushes in the list til you just have yours left (right click and 'delete brush';).
I usually save 1 brush on its own (my signature brush) so that i dont have to delete all the others every time i make a new set)
Then, on the brush drop-down menu, click on the little arrow at top right, and another menu will appear. Click on Save Brushes..., and save the brush (or brushes) with your own name. Every time you make another brush you just go to save brushes, and re-write over your brush file.

Thats it!

Feel to free to ask if you need more help
(i use photoshop 7 by the way, but will be more or less the same for newer versions)
LightofNuitari Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, I used these here: [link]

crimecontrol Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
i used your brushes here:


Thank you very much :giggle:
melemel Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007  Professional
Great stuff! thanks for the link :)
crimecontrol Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
No problemo! :D
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