Free photoshop dirt/grime brushes for download


#1

Hello

I put together a collection of different grime/dirt brushes for photoshop. I use these brushes in almost every project I ever do, they are great to paint dirt/scratches etc. If you want to make the edges of your text a little bit worn, no problem, just create a mask and start painting with these brushes in it. If you have Photoshop 7 be sure to try the “shape dynamics” when using these brushes, its great to paint scratches etc with.

I made them in photoshop 7, but hopefully they should load on older versions too.
Download it here http://www.renderart.net/files/dirtbrushes.zip
here is a sample of the brushes:


#2

Thanks, I can always use more brush selections. Right now my favorites are using japanese Kanji characters.


#3

nice!


#4

Originally posted by dmcgrath
Thanks, I can always use more brush selections. Right now my favorites are using japanese Kanji characters.

oooh, can u send me some of those brushes?!?!? =DDDD


#5

Excellent brushes wurp, very very nice.

Thanks for sharing these with us. They may actually come in handy for the newest tute section i’m creating – to do with making 3D interface elements.
These could be handy in the “texturing” section. :wink:

Thanks again. :bounce:


#6

ok I’ve just tested them and they don’t work in Photoshop 6 =(


#7

Thanks.

They seem to work ok in Photoshop Elements 2


#8

look good has quite a bit of variation and they wont work in old versions of photoshop only 7 and elements (2?) i think , but not shore sorry old users ur stuck with ur old brush’s :stuck_out_tongue: but that was the whole point of 7 to get these new features could u ever customise ur brushs b4 ?except for just cahnging size and distorting them


#9

Thanks for sharing. :thumbsup:


#10

Very nice brushes. Everyone can use new brushes!


#11

ok dont yell at me, but i dont have photoshop 7 yet i cant afford to upgrade at the moment, i am using 5.5

is it possible for someone to take these brushes and put a psd file up with a background layer and then on a new layer with nothing but a one click with each brush … that way i could circle slecet the area and “define brush” ? cause it is hard to define the brush like that when it is on a layer with white cause the grey areas wont be selected if i use the magic brush… does this make any sense to anyone? :shrug:

these brushes look great

just a thought that would help out all the non 7 people .


#12

Niko, all you have to do is make a square selection around the greyscale area you want to make a brush out of and use define brush.

It would help if you could get a better picture of Wurp’s brushes, but it isnt necessary. Just make some of your own. Use less brushes, and more creativity. I’ve made tons of brushes in P-shop but I find that I only use theme once or twice, and then forget about them.


#13

ah ok i will try that thanks dmcgrath

yes but it is kind of frustrating always with those circle brushes. :shrug:


#14

Actually I meant taking some of those circle brushes and creating new shapes with them. Some with fuzzy edges, and soem sharper. Then define new brushes that way.

Good luck.


#15

me’sa likes— ohhhh :smiley:

hey man, wonderful, i really like these :slight_smile:
thanks for the work you did on this


#16

:beer: thanks alot they will be used frequently.

:airguitar


#17

doh! they brushes wont load into ps 6. looks as if one might have to upgrade:surprised

:airguitar


#18

wooohooo!!!
i love getting new brush, thanx dude!
:beer:


#19

try this file http://www.renderart.net/files/dirtbrushes.psd

I put together a PSD file with all the brushes in a transparent layer, maybe you can use this and define your own brushes in ps6 or earlier?


#20

:applause: three cheers for wurp ! :scream:

thanks a billion wurp… this will work wonders! * gets busy using new brushes!* :cool:

thanks again :wavey: