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Watercolor Flora Photoshop Brushes

A set of 11 watercolour plant Photoshop brushes.

These botanical brushes would be perfect for blogs, craft projects, scrapbooking, blog graphics and patterns.

Each illustration was hand painted onto watercolour paper before being scanned in and made into these beautiful brushes.

The brushes are high resolution (300dpi) and are therefore suitable for print and web projects, giving you a great deal of flexibility. Sizes range from 1416px up to 2158px. When used for print (300dpi), most of the brushes fill 1/4 of an A4 page.

Brush set in .abr format.

Your .zip file download will contain:

  • 1x set of 11 flora Photoshop brushes

How to install Photoshop brushes

This useful article by Creative Market will guide you through the process: https://creativemarket.com/blog/2013/09/06/how-to-install-use-photoshop-brushes


If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a comment below. Thanks!

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How do I install these brushes?

This useful article by Creative Market will guide you through the process: https://creativemarket.com/blog/2013/09/06/how-to-install-use-photoshop-brushes