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3 Watercolor Alphabet Brush Sets

Included in this kit are three hand lettered watercolour alphabet brush sets in fun styles. Each letter has been hand painted using watercolours on cold pressed paper, scanned in and then converted to Photoshop brushes for convenient usage in your design projects.

The letters are included as both Photoshop brushes, PNG files of the original paintings and vector AI and EPS files so you can drop them directly into your design projects. Perfect for bringing an artistic touch to any design.

The Photoshop brushes have been tested with CS6 only. All files are a minimum of 300dpi.

Each of alphabet set has 26 letters in both lower and upper case. It also includes several bonus alternate letters which go with the "Flick" alphabet. These are great for adding some extra flare and interest to your lettering projects.

Please see the photos for all of the available elements and extras included in this bundle.


Included in this bundle:

  • 3 Watercolour alphabet sets in ABR, PNG, EPS and AI files in 4-6 colours.
  • Bonus watercolours letters in ABR, PNG, EPS and AI files
  • Read me file

Note- These files have been created and tested in CS6 only.


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