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Vintage Lines - Vector Brushes (Free)

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Im not sure how useful or good they are, but I made some vector brushes.. useful for me, and if anyone can use them, here you go :-) 

i made them for the love of vintage lettering styles, and I use it for backgrounds, like the old Sanborn Maps style.. 

Anyway, as I’m quite new to brush making, I’m sure they can be improved, and if I do, I’ll update them here :-) 

hope it it will be useful for some :-) and they can be downloaded from here.. 

feel free to give feedback.. good or bad is welcome as long as it is constructive:-) 

276ccm Vintage Lines.afbrushes

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I see now they can need a little more work... but I’ll fix, and update or maybe make a version 2.. I see some lines can be a little static.. so I’ll figure out how to make it better. 

But they can be pretty cool for vintage shadowing too... :-)

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Do not have AD, so also no vector bushes. (The only thing i miss in AP, beside symbols/mirror-"curves" and the "asset organistaion of "elements").

I know, it will not work so precise as raster-brush, bur could also offer just the clear base-png in a good resolution? I do not mean 2000+++pix, i mean the opposite, the last "small" resolution where it looks unblurry!

Thanks!


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We’ll see what I can come up with.. :-) I’m sure they will offer assets in AP in the future tho, and that would be interesting! 

Anyway, I’m redesigning, and making more and better brushes.. it takes a little time tho. 

I’m not sure what they are called in English, but also designing and making some “frame” line brushes, which is often used in those old signs/posters, like these.. (still just on a sketch) :-) 

I have so many ideas now.. :-) 

thanks for feedback! 

 

 

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2 hours ago, 276ccm said:

 

I’m not sure what they are called in English, but also designing and making some “frame” line brushes,

 

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Or maybe it’s a waste of time?

It “sounds” like there is better ways to spend my energy.. :-) which is fair enough as I have a lot of learning to put my has on.. maybe some other time :-) 

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Very nice! Are the brushes in the opening post updated? 
 


- Affinity Photo 1.7.3
- Affinity Designer 1.7.3
-Affinity Publisher 1.7.3

 

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MacBook Pro Mojave 10.14.6

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41 minutes ago, Madame said:

Very nice! Are the brushes in the opening post updated? 
 

Unfortunately not, but I’m working on some new and better ones.. :-) 

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10 minutes ago, 276ccm said:

Unfortunately not, but I’m working on some new and better ones.. :-) 

Thank you! Looking forward to it. :) 


- Affinity Photo 1.7.3
- Affinity Designer 1.7.3
-Affinity Publisher 1.7.3

 

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MacBook Pro Mojave 10.14.6

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