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    Link PS brush pack for old maps

    Hello, everyone--I haven't been in this fine forum in quite awhile, but I came across a series of Photoshop brushes that I immediately thought would be useful for some of you folks:

    Here's the link: http://leichnam.deviantart.com/gallery/

    This person has a bunch of brush packs for "old books" that would work for maps; plus some neat "decay" brushes for aging the parchment of your maps.

    Enjoy, and keep on drawing!
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    Thanks for posting this. Looks quite useful!

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    Don, is that really you - Wow man, welcome back !!! Thats a little Christmas prez all of its own ! Your work is so badly missed.

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    Welcome back!

    Thanks for posting up that link.
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    You guys are awesome! Thanks for the re-welcome. I can't say I am really "back" (yet)--I no longer play rpg's, and have been doing different sorts of artwork for the past couple years, but I do silently check in here often and I am in awe of the awesome work here! WOW--a lot of talent in the Guild today!

    I hope you are all well. Take care and keep mapping!
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    You've been missed; good to hear from you! And thanks for the brushes, of course.
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    Just found this as I needed something like that . Thanks for the link. Some really cool brushes there.

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    Those also work with GIMP like a charm.

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    If nobody has them, you can find some of them available on various sites by searching for Leichnam Photoshop Brushes.

    They were originally licensed CC by-nc-nd, so it's perfectly legal for someone who has them to repost them as long as they are properly credited and they carry the same license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midgardsormr View Post
    If nobody has them, you can find some of them available on various sites by searching for Leichnam Photoshop Brushes.

    They were originally licensed CC by-nc-nd, so it's perfectly legal for someone who has them to repost them as long as they are properly credited and they carry the same license.
    Uh, brushes licensed as No Derivatives? That seems rather pointless; sure you can share them, but you can't distribute anything you make with them.

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