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120+ PS Brushes: Perfectly Distorted

Go freestyle with these 120+ perfectly distorted brushes! Made from scratch with ink and paper and postproduced in Illustrator and Photoshop are a great way to move on your next vintage project. Try free sample pack here:

Each brush is ~2500px width or height, 300 dpi. All brushes preview:

In this set you can find:

  1. Empty Shapes as a base for your graphics like logos, badges, emblems,
  2. Particular Symbols as an addition to your graphics,
  3. More Complex Graphics to use as a patterns, masks - sample:
  4. A-Z letters badges to emphasize a name of your project.

All screenshots of this product are 100% made using the brushes from the pack. As you can see, the possibilities are endless.

― Photoshop Compatibility

We've tested and guarantee that these brushes work for Photoshop CS4 and higer (both PC and Mac). Probably work for the lower versions, too (but we haven't tested it). You can check yourself if they are working with your Photoshop version by downloading our sample pack here:

― Not sure how to install brushes?

Try this tutorial:

Have any questions? Doubts? Pre-purchase issues? Sure, just write a comment or drop us a private message. We're happy to help.

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