Worn Photoshop Brushes For High Resolution [Part II]

» 05 July 2005 » In Everything, Free Photoshop Brushes, Freebies, Photoshop Brushes »

I couldn’t resist. I had so much fun making the first round of brushes I stayed up last night making these. Again these are quite large brushes, so they are mainly for working with materials meant for print. You can use them for Web stuff as well, but you might need to size them down. Most of the brushes are around 1800 pixels wide.

Oh, and I also couldn’t resist using them. So I created a few images so you can see them in context.

Select Brush Samples (not actual size)




Important Information

Adobe Photoshop CS, CS2 or higher on OSX or Windows. However, I have divided the brushes into layers to support Photoshop 7 and previous versions, so now everyone can enjoy.

Download Instructions

1. Download the brushes here (23.1 MB)
2. Select the paint brush in the Photoshop tools.
3. From the brushes palate choose “Load brushes…”
4. Navigate to your brand new brushes and happy times begin.


I’ve had a lot of requests for these brushes to be compatible with Photoshop 7 and previous versions. To save time, I’ve divided each design into a photoshop layer. You get one file with several designs, each on it’s own layer. If you’d like to convert these into brushes, it’s easy. Simply turn on one of the layers and go to edit>define brushes. After this, your brush will appear in the brushes palate.

1. Download the layers file here [Part II] (33 MB)

brushes layers

Brush Usage Rights
Please ask for permission for any use of this brush set and/or vector set that is not covered in the Terms Of Use. You may NOT use these brushes on designs for sale on stock photography sites!

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  1. Jason Gaylor
    CC Rider
    05/07/2005 at 3:13 pm Permalink

    Brush ya, mutha brusher. Very nice!

  2. Jason Gaylor
    06/07/2005 at 5:21 am Permalink
  3. Jason Gaylor
    07/07/2005 at 2:32 pm Permalink

    this is so damn cool. brushalicious. i wish there was a website this cool for something i was really good at.. if i were a designer, this would be a little haven. alas, i am not.

  4. Jason Gaylor
    01/03/2006 at 6:25 am Permalink

    Thanx, Thanx, Thanx.

    Los Angeles CA.

  5. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 3:01 pm Permalink

    These are amazing! How awesome of you to share them like this.

  6. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 5:39 pm Permalink

    Cool cool cool cool.

    Please email me and let me know if you have any restrictions on using these for work for sale!

  7. Jason Gaylor
    10/03/2006 at 4:05 pm Permalink

    will you PLEASE stop blowing my mind???

  8. Jason Gaylor
    14/03/2006 at 4:48 am Permalink

    wow! thanks, this is really good stuff. I have been frustrated by trying to recreate effects like this that I have seen on various graphical desings.

    Thanks again!

  9. Jason Gaylor
    14/03/2006 at 7:05 am Permalink

    Thank you for sharing!

    Your work will be published in official publications for The Norwegian Cultural department of State this year. This should be considered a compliment!

  10. Jason Gaylor
    10/04/2006 at 5:30 am Permalink


    dude…u’r brushes are AWESOME!

  11. Jason Gaylor
    10/04/2006 at 5:35 am Permalink


    I really adore u’r brushes…it was so swell of you to share it…

    Arigatou gozaimasu…


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