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    Well I was playing around with making brushes again tonight and thought I should share what I had done with you all...

    Please feel free to use and distribute for free the tree symbol "brushes" in any artwork, in any form, for any reason. (Sell the pictures you make with them... but not the brush pack)

    I have saved the brush pack in photoshop 7 so if you find that you can not load them because you use a different version I have included a .psd file with the trees on individual layers so you can make them brushes in your version... also let me know what format is best for you and I will try and make symbols that you can use... (.png or whatever)

    Please let me know if you can use these as I have no way of knowing if this is helpful or not without feedback... if I get feedback that you all want more I will keep making symbol brushes but if no one wants them or no one can use them I will stop.

    The large versions are brushes set to 100 px and the small ones are 35 px.

    Here is a picture (included in the .zip)
    RPGMapMaker's Free Brush Packs (PS7)-tree_pack1.jpg

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    Very Cool RPGMM! I wonder if they will work in GIMP. I dont see why not. I particularly like the dead trees.

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    Awsome job, repped.

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    I had some time off from work today... long week end for Memorial Day and all... so I made some more brushes.

    Thanks for letting me know that this is something you all would like more of... I am still playing around with the style of what I am trying to do so hang in there as I try to make sets that have some sort of themes to them.

    To test the "theme pack" idea I started with Desert... some Trees, Cactus, rocks, dirt, grass, a bush or two and yes a tumbleweed.

    RPGMapMaker's Free Brush Packs (PS7)-desert_tree_pack1.jpg
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    I am wondering if these are compatible with PS-CS2/3 (basically any versions higher than PS-7) so if one of you has one of them would you test it for me... thanks!

    -Chris

    P.S. I think it would be best for me to just use this thread for all my brushes so could I get a thread name change to: RPGMapMaker's Free Brush Packs (PS7) ... or some such appropriate name of the admin's choosing
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    I thought to myself... I could make just about any map symbol into a brush... for easy placement onto a map... even if they are not used allot or on every map...

    So, I made some compass roses but I am wondering if they have all the right elements? I think all you need is an arrow and the letter "N" but are there rules that govern the creation of the rose it is late where I am and heavy research is not going to happen right now... I am off to bed

    Here they are:
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    /me loves you

    Definitely going to play around with these. rep 2 u.
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    Well hi again all,

    I was playing around with a dungeons idea today and started hand drawing some interior elements and after scanning them in decided to make them into brushes.

    I don't know how useful they will be to standard maps but for those of you making dungeons in Photoshop I hope it is of some use... I tried to keep them generic so that they could me used more than once.

    they have no color... as they are brushes, but throwing some standard brown colors behind them on a new layer works well after you hit it with some color burn... well see for your selves.

    Comments, Suggestions, and Requests?... are all welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpgmapmaker View Post
    P.S. I think it would be best for me to just use this thread for all my brushes so could I get a thread name change to: RPGMapMaker's Free Brush Packs (PS7) ... or some such appropriate name of the admin's choosing
    I've changed the name for you.
    Yes, these work just fine in PS CS2.
    This an awesome thread and you have definitely been repped.
    The Western theme one is AWESOME!
    Thank you very much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Torq View Post
    Very Cool RPGMM! I wonder if they will work in GIMP. I dont see why not. I particularly like the dead trees.

    Torq
    Just wanted to confirm these work great in GIMP (2.4 and up supports .abr brushes)

    Thanks-

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