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Pressure Sensitive Halftone Brushes

19 pressure sensitive halftone brushes for Photoshop.

Spent the last few weeks building out a collection of pressure sensitive brushes that don't just affect the brush size, but the actual size of the dots, lines and textures of the brush itself!

Lighter pressure for smaller dots - Harder pressure for thicker dots etc.

These brushes are the perfect way to add some detail to your work and give it a retro or grungy vibe and still leave it print ready.

The brush textures are set up so that they work on the same grid no matter where you draw on the canvas. This way your diagonal lines or dots won't ever clump up and make it look messy.

This pack includes a variety of different brush types:

  • 4 Classic halftone dots, as well as a few other dot brushes.
  • 8 Different line Brushes (horizontal, vertical, diagonal) in clean and rough.
  • 5 Texture brushes in a variety of styles.

This pack comes with .abr brush pack and a nice PDF cheat sheet so you can easily work out what the best brush for the job is.

No matter what your design need is; a grungy texture over the top of a design, fill for some text or to help replicate a vintage, retro look, these brushes give you the utmost precision and detail possible. Happy designing!

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