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Hello hello,

 

I'm looking for a brush to make 'scratches' like you see here in the word "up". So no specifically a font, but the same style.

 

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Anybody that can point me in the right direction?

 

Thanks.

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On 10/02/2018 at 0:01 AM, Wikinger said:

One of us kindly offered to share the Adobe offer.

I'll look for who! He's the one to thank.

 

It was @Mithferion, here. :)

 


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It was my pleasure. :)

Best regards!


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On 11.2.2018 at 3:12 PM, Alfred said:

 

It was @Mithferion, here. :)

 

@Mithferion Thank you so much! What an amazing variety.

I could not find any information about licencing agreements, though. Do you know if the brushes are free to use in commercial projects as well, please?

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On 13/3/2018 at 8:51 AM, Apfelbeckchen said:

@Mithferion Thank you so much! What an amazing variety.

I could not find any information about licencing agreements, though. Do you know if the brushes are free to use in commercial projects as well, please?

 

Well, I didn't find anything when I first saw about the Free downloads, now, since you asked, I searched again and found disperse things like this announcement. There says the following:

    I’m excited to finally share that I’m joining Adobe and my brushes are now exclusively part of Creative Cloud.

Now, here says:

    We’re excited to announce that Adobe has acquired KyleBrush.com. As of today, all Creative Cloud customers will gain exclusive access to over 1,000 high-quality, digital brushes at no additional cost. Digital brushes offer illustrators, animators and designers a rich digital painting experience when working in Photoshop CC and Photoshop Sketch.

Now, the FAQ:

    The only way to access additional brushes is through a paid Creative Cloud membership.

But then:

    Will your brushes work with Gimp or any other software that is NOT Photoshop?

    No – my brush sets are not .abr files, and they are therefore only designed for use in Photoshop.

[...]

    Why are your brush sets saved as .tpl files, instead of .abr files?
    Tool presets (.tpl extension) are superior to brush presets (.abr files) for advanced custom brushes because a tool preset will consistently retain settings like brush flow, brush opacity, brush mode, and texture.

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So, the things is... to me, it's not clear if the download page at Adobe.com refers to the same brushes. I would think it'd do, but I hope somebody else can tell us. As of now, there seems to be -at least- the implicit License that those brushes can be used only with Adobe CC. But then again, why are they in .ABR format and available there like whatever?

Best regards!


You'll never know what you can do until you get it up as high as you can go!   

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Well, that´s really strange. Since all of the available brushes are .abr files I would assume they refer to something different? Very confusing..

But thanks for the research! 

 

Best wishes to Mexico! :)

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