When it comes to digital painting and design tools, the most popular by far is Adobe Photoshop. It’s the industry standard so undoubtedly, even other apps and programs strive to be compatible with its formats, presets and assets.
For this reason, there are tons of sites that share Photoshop stuff, but this time I wanted to point you to some websites that focus mainly on sharing free Photoshop Brushes, so when you find yourself in need of some to add to your creative project, you have those handy and ready for you to search and find what you need.
Their diverse collection of graphic assets is always growing, making BrushLovers the ideal place to find what you need, whatever the style and scope of your work.
The advanced search feature makes it easier than ever to discover the perfect Photoshop brush, you can also browse by category.
Most of their files are free for both personal and commercial use. Some files may come with certain limitations on how they are used, however, so make sure you read the full terms and conditions (included within each file, where available) before adopting them into your project.
Another good site in which you can browse by category or use the search box to find what you need. You’ll also find related brushes at the bottom of each brush pack page, so you can keep browsing in the same general direction for more options.
This site also features browsing by category and search, as the others, but it also has an extra great feature: below the description in each brush pack page you’ll find a small preview of each individual brush. It’s the only site that offers this.
This more contemporary looking site also offers categories and search, and similar brushes on each brush pack page. It has nice big thumbnails, so it will be a nice browsing experience.
This one also offers what all others do, but you can also rate the brushes. It has nice previews and some of the brushes have individual brush previews.
Barbara Din is a visual artist, graphic designer, painter, interior designer, crafter, musician and writer living in Argentina. Learn more about Barbara and her work at the following links:
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