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    More rep from me. Great job vhailor27!
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    At last I found some time to finish with the hill brushes. I started separating the hills to create single hill brushes, but then I thought
    that none would have the patience to create all the hills in his map by placing one hill at a time. So I just cut groups of them and... here they are.
    I added some single hills so you can create your own hill groups.

    As with the mountain brushes you'll find two .abr files.
    In the first "Hills_L", the light coming from the left, and in the second "Hills_R" the light comes from the right.
    In each set the brushes are named like this: Hills_L, * and Hills_R, *
    where * = M (Many), S (Several), F (Few).

    As for the licensing/usage for this set, it is free to use for whatever you want them.

    Well, it is 01:30 and tomorrow I wake at 07:00. So, that's it for now.
    For the next project I think I 'll try to create in autocad some 3d building brushes and post them. But that will take some time.
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    Great stuff!

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    Great stuff again Vhailor, your patience is epic.
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    Cool beans!

    I may never use them but do appreciate the time and effort you took in creating them.
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    And just when I thought I finalized my mapping style...you come up with those beauties and make me wonder all over again!

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    Thanks for these Vhailor! Great work.

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    If I'm not mistaken, GIMP should be able to import Photoshop brushes.
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    Hey Thanks for letting everyone use your brushes. I happened to convert your photoshop moutain and hill brushes to GIMP. Can I post them? If it's ok I'll make sure to give you credit. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel General View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, GIMP should be able to import Photoshop brushes.
    Quote Originally Posted by ElenaBlackRose View Post
    Hey Thanks for letting everyone use your brushes. I happened to convert your photoshop moutain and hill brushes to GIMP. Can I post them? If it's ok I'll make sure to give you credit. Thanks!

    Yes, Gimp can use these abr brushes without any converting.

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