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Free Hi-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Set II

My first set of Photoshop brushes (high-res watercolor) was pretty popular, so I thought I would feed you all some more. (examples and download instructions below) I'm beginning to make a lot of brushes for myself because I can't always find exactly what I want online. Of course, I would never do that without sharing them with all of you. I hope you like them!

High-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Set 2
In this set of brushes, I went a little more crazy with the strokes. These brushes are more complex than the previous set and were painted on a higher quality paper, so the end result is in fact, much better. There are so many of watercolor brushes are available for free that can be used to draw different patterns or geometrical shapes of their own kind. There are thousands of brushes available that can be used in poster designs or any other purpose for free. Like a drawing pencil or text, they can be used to craft different geometrical shapes or other such surfaces. Different designers use different sets of Photoshop brushes in their work so they can make full use of the hand-drawing. They save enormous time as you can craft mind-blowing artwork of any kind in few seconds and move on to the next features. They are easy to customize and they are more convenient to use than other drawing tools or physical brushes.

The stroke of each specific watercolor brush can be easily categorized and they appear to be kind of stain marks. Watercolor brushes can also be used craft different kind of animations and they are usually used to craft rough images or they can be made neat and clean after customization. The edges of the strokes are customizable and you can adjust different features such as the degree of scattering, smoothness and other dynamics to adjust its shape and surface. Watercolor brushes come in handy as they are available for free and are easily assessable.

The marks of these brushes are really sharp and of high quality so that you can use them in your projects. They can be painted or mixed with other similar colors and therefore offer a wonderful contrast. They can be of a variety of thickness, patterns, filled and unfilled spots, density and resolution. They can save up your time as it may be difficult and time-consuming for the user to carve a lot of different patterns using different settings and customizations. They are the ready-made features to be used in different instances. These brushes have different patterns of density at different points and they can be used to customize a photo, draw a new drawing, craft sketches, create wonderful backgrounds, add a suitable texture, draw different patterns on the screen and they can add enormous value to your projects in several other ways as well. Few of these brushes have sharp edges and can be used to craft curves of different degrees.

Screenshot:

High-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Set 2

A Closer Look:

A thumbnail of one of the brushes in the set, and a cropped section of that full-size brush. The brushed look is very similar to the original paint marks and these are customized brushes available to be used freely by anyone. These high-resolution and self-customized brushes allow you to create a clean and sophisticated drawing of your own kind that you want to add to your Photoshop project.

High-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Set 2

Another brush in the set. (image below is about 25% of the full size)

High-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Set 2

Installation:

 

1. Download the file and unzip it.

2. Copy the file (BB_watercolor_II.abr) to your Photoshop/Presets/Brushes folder.

3. In your Photoshop Brushes palette, click on the arrow in the upper right and click on “Load Brushes.”

4. Navigate until you find the file and load it (Photoshop/Presets/Brushes/BB_watercolor_II.abr )

Note: The next time you restart Photoshop you will not have to load the file, it will be in the list of Brush Libraries. Thanks to Aussie Hosting for the cool header image.

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