Fresh Foliage Photoshop Brushes for High Resolution [Part I]

» 18 February 2006 » In Everything, Photoshop Brushes »

I decided it was time to create some more brushes. Hopefully these will warm you from the inside during these cold winter months (its cold where I am).

These brushes are big, and meant for print. You can use them for Web stuff as well, but you might need to size them down. Most of them are around 1800 pixels wide. Here’s a few examples from the Fresh Foliage [Part I] Set:




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  1. Jason Gaylor
    20/02/2006 at 10:15 am Permalink

    You are a machine!

  2. Jason Gaylor
    20/02/2006 at 7:16 pm Permalink
  3. Jason Gaylor
    Amit Karmakar
    20/02/2006 at 9:13 pm Permalink

    Some excellent brushes here Jason. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Jason Gaylor
    21/02/2006 at 10:30 pm Permalink

    yes!!! finally, i found someone who share real brushes!
    you are excelent man…

    thank you very much. and special greetz from germany!

  5. Jason Gaylor
    22/02/2006 at 2:46 pm Permalink

    what a beautiful work!!!!!!!!
    I would like to know how to do it, I have always liked this kinds of pictures, but I don’t know where I can learn.

  6. Jason Gaylor
    22/02/2006 at 3:29 pm Permalink

    Thanks for the brushes. Great work!

  7. Jason Gaylor
    22/02/2006 at 4:14 pm Permalink

    Thanks for the brushes, but like miriam said earlier…is there a place online or a book that could teach us how to make these brushes for urselves…thanks

  8. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    22/02/2006 at 4:30 pm Permalink

    I think it’s similar across all the photoshop versions, but making a brush is quite simple.

    1. Open an image and make sure that it is 2400 pixels or less in height and width. Photoshop doesn’t currently allow brushes to be bigger than that, so the option will be grayed out if you try to define a brush that is too big.

    2. Go to edit>define brush preset
    You can then type a name for the brush and then click “Okay”

    3. Now if you open the brushes pallete, you will find the brush you just created at the appended to the bottom of the list. From there you can select the brush and use it. Make sure you have selected the brush tool in the tool bar or you will not be able to select your new brush.

  9. Jason Gaylor
    22/02/2006 at 8:37 pm Permalink

    Thanks Jason, one more question…

    where do you get the flower images and other images in your brush sets to make the brushes?

  10. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    23/02/2006 at 8:23 am Permalink


    I created some of the flower images in illustrator after studying about 150 photos of branches, trees, flowers, etc. that I took. Winter time is good for this because there is a lot of space between branches and buds and makes it easier to see when you convert it to black and white. It took me a while to figure out the best angles for the branches and things.

    Then I took the photos into photoshop and boosted the contrast and adjusted various filters until I got the image that I wanted. Then I combined the brushes that I made to make new ones. My original goal was to combine the true organic look with something that was so clean that it couldn’t be organic. I love the contrast of what the two look like together. What I ended up with is my illustrator artwork and my filtered photos all combined into one stamp.

    To answer your question, I created the brushes from nature, memory, my photograpy, some craftsmanship, and a little inspiration.

  11. Jason Gaylor
    23/02/2006 at 9:31 am Permalink

    Great thanks,

    That’s what I thought, i have already begun to work on something with pictures that i have taken…thanks very much!

  12. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    23/02/2006 at 11:30 am Permalink

    You’re welcome.

  13. Jason Gaylor
    23/02/2006 at 2:40 pm Permalink

    Hey Jason one more thing…

    I’m a graphic designer for a youth ministry organization in TN. Would it be ok if i used your brushes in my magazine?

  14. Jason Gaylor
    23/02/2006 at 7:07 pm Permalink

    Excellent work man. Can’t wait to use these on a project. Very inspiring.

  15. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    24/02/2006 at 7:23 am Permalink

    Brandon, that’s fine.

  16. Jason Gaylor
    Travis Schmeisser
    24/02/2006 at 10:30 am Permalink

    Thanks! I appreciate you throwing these out there for everyone!

  17. Jason Gaylor
    Lyle Konkiel
    24/02/2006 at 12:18 pm Permalink

    These are really incredible…

  18. Jason Gaylor
    24/02/2006 at 12:19 pm Permalink

    Jason, these are b e a u t i f u l! I like them even better than your last set, and I thought I was in love with those! Very nice work.

  19. Jason Gaylor
    24/02/2006 at 1:06 pm Permalink

    Wonderful work, man! The brush fan in all of us owes you one big time!

  20. Jason Gaylor
    24/02/2006 at 5:29 pm Permalink

    Jason, Jason, Jason. You should be named a saint of design .. giving us ALL of these prettys. Saint Gaylor of Brush, thank you, thank you very much!

  21. Jason Gaylor
    27/02/2006 at 2:57 am Permalink

    awesome brushes. just thought i’d drop this link. recognize the foliage? just thought i’d ask for permission before actually releasing the wordpress theme.

  22. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    27/02/2006 at 8:45 am Permalink

    derek, no problem. Enjoy.

  23. Jason Gaylor
    27/02/2006 at 3:24 pm Permalink

    Thank you for sharing these. I’ll be sure and put them to work on various musings. I appreciate it.

  24. Jason Gaylor
    28/02/2006 at 8:36 am Permalink

    these are great, I’m going to look forward using these!
    Thanks Jaon!

  25. Jason Gaylor
    28/02/2006 at 5:22 pm Permalink

    Wow! Incredible work! Thanks for sharing!!!

  26. Jason Gaylor
    02/03/2006 at 11:56 am Permalink


    The question came up in a design forum about usage right issues when using your brushes. We would appreciate your comments on this.

    Thank you for taking the time.

    By the way your brushes are exquisite


  27. Jason Gaylor
    02/03/2006 at 5:39 pm Permalink

    Would you ind if I use these brushes in a few images on my DeviantArt, with full credit to you and a link?

  28. Jason Gaylor
    Shelley Noble
    03/03/2006 at 1:30 am Permalink

    Mr. Jason, how do we send you work that uses the fabulous brushes?

  29. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 2:46 am Permalink

    Dear, dear Jason,

    1. Thank you for making compu-dumb me look totally brilliant to my husband. Nice to teach HIM something for once!
    2. Can I link your site? I found you at N.B.B. and really enjoy your work, I’d like to share it with my (tiny) readership.
    3. Have you ever considered shooting wedding pictures? Yes, somewhat less creative, and I know you have Big Plans, but… as a planner I can tell you that brides (the cool ones, any rate) will pay hefty amounts of $ for non-cheesy, arty, non-traditional pictures with original presentation. If you were in Santa Barbara you could definitely clean up with that alone!
    4. See #1.
    5. Congratulations on getting pimped on Dooce. You’ve no idea how many Ohio housewives, college students and mommybloggers are going to click on her link to you, JUST BECAUSE SHE SAID SO! Swear! I mean, yes, she’s like the Oprah of blogging! By this note, I mean no offense to Heather and Co., by the way. Obviously the reason she’s well-read/respected is that she’s witty and insightful (plus: chuck, leta, jon). Any rate, just wanted to congratulate you. Geeez! Long enough comment!

  30. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 5:32 am Permalink

    Great brushes! Thanks for sharing!

  31. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 5:56 am Permalink

    very cool, and i don’t even know what they are.

  32. Jason Gaylor
    Sundries Sublime
    03/03/2006 at 8:19 am Permalink

    Very cool!!! I’m SOOOO impressed!!! Thank you SO much for sharing!!!! :)

  33. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 8:35 am Permalink

    Got here from dooce….downloading the brushes now…can’t wait to start using them. Thanks!

  34. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 9:24 am Permalink

    Yup… dooce. Thanks Jason… I’m very excited to start using these! I hope the tool company I work for will appreciate the beautiful design : )

  35. Jason Gaylor
    Alex Sancho
    03/03/2006 at 9:26 am Permalink

    A really nice work, thanks for sharing!!

  36. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 10:09 am Permalink

    Thank you! They are fantastic!

  37. Jason Gaylor
    Tara (old owner of said Valcor)
    03/03/2006 at 10:53 am Permalink

    As always jgaylor, very nice work. Here’s the funny thing, I knew about them, but was told by someone in Dallas about these. Isn’t it a very small world?

  38. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 10:55 am Permalink

    SW missouri? cool! i’m originally a SW missouri girl. currently in socal, but hoping to move back eventually.

    awesome work. i hope to download some of it after the weekend.

  39. Jason Gaylor
    Bonnie Berry
    03/03/2006 at 11:13 am Permalink

    These are AMAZING. Thanks so much for sharing.

  40. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 11:25 am Permalink


    I have version 8 of photoshop but I can’t get the brushes to work in color. Any suggestions? (I’m not very well versed at photoshop, so forgive me if this is a silly question)
    Thanks for sharing,


  41. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 11:29 am Permalink

    Ahhh! Got it! Nevermind that last post…

    Thanks again,


  42. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 11:56 am Permalink

    Thanks for sharing, Jason! These are great!

  43. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 11:57 am Permalink

    Oh and big thanks to Cameron Moll He has been very helpful in promoting these brushes in his linkage section. If you’re into design/marketing his site is well worth your time.

  44. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 12:10 pm Permalink

    I just love these brushes
    thanks so much for making them.
    It was very easy to turn them into a brush set for ps7. well worth the few minutes it took to do it.

  45. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 12:11 pm Permalink

    this friggin changed my life

  46. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 12:13 pm Permalink

    Wow! As a humble blogger I am quite impressed with your prowess! Led here via Dooce.

    Do you know of anyone/place/you yourself that does website/blogger templates/art/graphics/anything because I LOVE those brush stamps?

    I don’t have photoshop. :o(

  47. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 12:45 pm Permalink

    Thank you, these are gorgeous! Downloading asap.

  48. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 1:33 pm Permalink

    Found you via dooce…what a delight! These brushes are gorgeous. Thank you for your excellent work and your generosity.

  49. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 1:41 pm Permalink

    thank you! found you via dooce. love your work.

  50. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 1:55 pm Permalink

    These are great, thanks much

  51. Jason Gaylor
    Chloe B
    03/03/2006 at 2:26 pm Permalink

    Found you thru Dooce. Thanks, the brushes are beautiful and I’ll be using them often!

  52. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 2:58 pm Permalink

    dear god, how can i ever thank you for creating these brushes?
    i have just shared this link with everyone in my class and we are all downloading your brushes right now. From the graphic design students at OCAD in Toronto – thank you!

  53. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 3:42 pm Permalink

    I also found you through Dooce. These brushes are beautiful – thank you for sharing them!

  54. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 4:07 pm Permalink

    Again, thank you so very much. You have such talent; it is awe inspiring.

  55. Jason Gaylor
    Edie V
    03/03/2006 at 7:01 pm Permalink

    I found you through Dooce. These are absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for creating and sharing these. I have Photoshop Elements 3 and 4, will these brushes work in either of these programs?

  56. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 9:16 pm Permalink

    Oh my god. I feel bad using them, I should be drawing something myself, but now that I’ve seen yours I know what a waste of time that would be. Wow. Oh, and thank you!

  57. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 9:21 pm Permalink

    WOW, those are all so lovely! Thank you so much for creating and sharing them. I’m trying my hand at illustrating a picture book and I would love to use some of these. Would that be alright?

  58. Jason Gaylor
    anne arkham
    03/03/2006 at 9:34 pm Permalink

    Thank you. These are gorgeous.

  59. Jason Gaylor
    03/03/2006 at 11:33 pm Permalink

    You are amazing. I have seen the light!!!

  60. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 1:11 am Permalink

    Thank you for the delicious brushes which I cannot wait to use in the most incompetent way possible. You are awesome!

  61. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 3:38 am Permalink

    Absolutely brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

  62. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 4:43 am Permalink

    I have been playing with these brushes since I downloaded them, and I’m beginning to get the hang of it! Thank you!!

  63. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 9:39 am Permalink

    thank you saint gaylor
    i bow low in salute…
    i am going to share this with my photoshop friends
    also thank you for giving the idea that brushes can be ‘made’ to design illiterates like me…

  64. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 4:10 pm Permalink

    these are just fantaastic. thanks so much for sharing! i’m planning on printing them on sticker paper and diecutting the patterns then decorate my laptop with it. it’s going to look great…thanks to you!

  65. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 8:15 pm Permalink

    Wow, Jason. These brushes are absolutely amazing!!! I got here by a pure chance of looking at a stranger’s blog which had a link to your site. Thanks for being so generous to share with everyone!

  66. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 9:13 pm Permalink

    thank you for sharing your brushes! I’m having fun playing with them.
    xo, isabel

  67. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 9:46 pm Permalink

    These are awesome, thank you!

  68. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2006 at 10:47 pm Permalink

    Found this like many others from Dooce. These are just beautiful. What a talent you have and thank you for sharing. I hope to become versed in photoshop to put some of them on my blog because they are just too pretty to not pass up! Thank you for offering these to others, it is so nice for someone to offer something out of the kindness of their heart now a days!!

    Have a great day Jason!

  69. Jason Gaylor
    05/03/2006 at 7:12 pm Permalink

    I found your link via
    I can’t thank you enough, these brushes are amazing. I’m new at photoshop and more familiar with illistrator. I know have a spicy new tool to help me out.
    Much thanks buddy.

  70. Jason Gaylor
    05/03/2006 at 7:41 pm Permalink

    these are wonderful! thank you!

  71. Jason Gaylor
    05/03/2006 at 9:04 pm Permalink

    Thanks Jason! I found your site and brushes via Dooce, and while I’m not as artistic or color-coordinated as either of you, the fun brushes warranted a redesign of the blog home page for spring.

  72. Jason Gaylor
    06/03/2006 at 1:23 am Permalink

    awesome work man i appreciate your hard effort dont stop=)

  73. Jason Gaylor
    06/03/2006 at 9:40 am Permalink

    i got here via dooce as well and i love, love, love the brushes. awesome work. already spent my entire lunch-break playing around and made a new masthead for my site :) thanks so much for offering the sets!

  74. Jason Gaylor
    06/03/2006 at 4:39 pm Permalink

    Jason, these brushes are to photoshop brushes what the Mona Lisa is to art.
    Thank you for sharing – you have given a lot of jaded photoshop people a new zest – may it return full circle.
    Take care – and thanks again.

  75. Jason Gaylor
    Soudabeh M
    06/03/2006 at 5:03 pm Permalink

    Very nice.
    Thank you :)

  76. Jason Gaylor
    David Merwin
    06/03/2006 at 7:24 pm Permalink

    These are fantastic! Can we use these commercially as long as we give credit? Also, how can we donate? I would donate $50 right now if you had a link. You should release em as creative commons pieces. Please let me know how I can donate.

  77. Jason Gaylor
    06/03/2006 at 9:40 pm Permalink

    I’m such a PS novice, but these brushes excite me so much. I can’t wait to spend more time learning to play in PhotoShop.

    Thanks so much.

  78. Jason Gaylor
    07/03/2006 at 10:19 am Permalink

    Thanks very much. These are wonderful and we appreciate you sharing them with us!

  79. Jason Gaylor
    Keita Rae
    07/03/2006 at 3:40 pm Permalink

    Another dooce-dot-com-er… coming in to pay compliments. :-)

  80. Jason Gaylor
    Gia Milani
    07/03/2006 at 4:12 pm Permalink

    These are amazing. Thank you for being so generous.

  81. Jason Gaylor
    08/03/2006 at 1:27 am Permalink

    These brush sets are fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

  82. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    08/03/2006 at 3:43 am Permalink

    I am grateful for all the thanks, and glad I have inspired many of you. I believe I have answered all the questions by email or here in the thread.

    It was also brought to my attention that I needed a donation page. So for those of you that want to throw your money my way I will put it to good use. What a concept. You can make a donation here.

    If there are still unanswered questions, feel free to email me.

  83. Jason Gaylor
    08/03/2006 at 4:15 pm Permalink

    Beautiful brushes. I used a few for my new design at They came in really handy and added a lot to my page. These are wonderful. Thank you for sharing!

  84. Jason Gaylor
    08/03/2006 at 10:59 pm Permalink

    you’re brushes are amazing! I really enjoy using them.
    This is one piece that I’ve used your brushes with.
    Thanks for letting everyone who comes upon them, use them.

  85. Jason Gaylor
    patricia miranda
    10/03/2006 at 8:38 am Permalink

    can i post your link in my blog??

  86. Jason Gaylor
    thomas horne
    10/03/2006 at 2:29 pm Permalink

    thanks a lot for the brushes. i did a couple of pieces using them while waiting around at an airport. cool stuff, thanks again!

    one use of the brushes-

  87. Jason Gaylor
    10/03/2006 at 8:04 pm Permalink

    Jason Gaylor, you rock my world! :)

  88. Jason Gaylor
    myla kent
    11/03/2006 at 9:43 am Permalink

    These brushes are fabulous — but is there any way to save them “down” for someone using Photoshop v6?

  89. Jason Gaylor
    11/03/2006 at 6:21 pm Permalink

    Just wanted to thank you for your brushes. I have little experience with photoshop or design but found your tutorials and advice within your site invaluable in my first wordpress and photoshop design.

    Thanks for the great work.

  90. Jason Gaylor
    Robert Mizerek
    12/03/2006 at 10:34 am Permalink

    Thank you. I must admit; I use your brushes in my work to make money with them. You are so kind to provide them for free, and to use how ever I wish. I almost feel guilty making money with them and not giving you credit. I would bought them though too, in case you need to know.

    Thanks again

  91. Jason Gaylor
    12/03/2006 at 5:36 pm Permalink

    Nice brushes. I’ve downloaded them all and now my husband is yelling at me because I won’t quit playing with photoshop. I plan on using them on my site. And you will be linked.

  92. Jason Gaylor
    12/03/2006 at 11:09 pm Permalink

    I couldn’t help but add one to my photo album’s background. The whimsical shapes remind me of the foilage I saw (and you’ll see if you follow my link) in Australia. They’re at . Feel free to use my photos in your art if you want :).

  93. Jason Gaylor
    Kevin Freitas
    12/03/2006 at 11:58 pm Permalink

    I just downloaded the Fresh Foilage series – incredible! The possibilities are endless! It brings the joy back into creating! Many thanks!

  94. Jason Gaylor
    14/03/2006 at 12:48 pm Permalink

    Hello Jason,

    your brushes are beautiful and exquisitely crafted. I was trying a few of the Foliage series, and suddenly was reminded of the work of Aubrey Beardsley, one of my favourite artists.
    Thank you very much for sharing your (awesome) work!

  95. Jason Gaylor
    14/03/2006 at 10:02 pm Permalink

    Thank you so much for creating and sharing these very, very beautiful brushes :)

  96. Jason Gaylor
    17/03/2006 at 12:28 pm Permalink

    wow, nice set, again wow

  97. Jason Gaylor
    18/03/2006 at 10:42 am Permalink

    o muy buenas brochas

  98. Jason Gaylor
    18/03/2006 at 4:55 pm Permalink

    These bruches are by far some of the most amazing brushes i have ever seen. not just in the free world!

    Do you know of others that are sharing brushes like these?

    Thank you for sharing you gifts and talents.


  99. Jason Gaylor
    20/03/2006 at 12:01 pm Permalink

    Thanks so much for the wonderful brushes. I used them on my site and will make sure that I put a link to your site when I finish (still under construction). You’re very generous to share!

  100. Jason Gaylor
    20/03/2006 at 1:35 pm Permalink

    Gorgeous giant brushes! You rock!! I loved them so much I re-spiffed up my journal ( and linked your site so others can come and enjoy.
    Thank you so much!

  101. Jason Gaylor
    Robert Mizerek
    23/03/2006 at 7:32 am Permalink

    May I have your written permission by responding to this email, to use your brushes on a stock photography website Called “Dreamtime”?.

    I have volunteered the information that I have used your brushes, and the are requesting that I specifically ask you.

    Best regards, Bob

  102. Jason Gaylor
    23/03/2006 at 2:22 pm Permalink

    I love your brushes. I used them on my blog’s new masthead and linked to you. Thanks!

  103. Jason Gaylor
    24/03/2006 at 12:07 am Permalink

    hey mate I really love your work I wish I could make my own…..I’m kinda basic on adobe cs but hopefully with time I will master it :-)
    If I could aford to donate I would but last year I suffered a big loss and just cant get back on my feet money wise
    seeing your work has given me new ideas in computer art :-) I just have to work at it I guess

  104. Jason Gaylor
    24/03/2006 at 12:14 am Permalink

    can you email me and let me know if I’m allowed to use your foliage brushes on shutter stock….it would only be once or twice that I would use them and once I make my own I would like to maybe send you them as a good will gesture

  105. Jason Gaylor
    Zoe Mutter
    24/03/2006 at 6:40 am Permalink


    My name is Zoe and I work for a brand new publishing company called Imagine Publishing. Our aim is to produce high-quality, inspirational and creative magazines on a variety of topics. I am a staff writer for Photoshop Creative magazine and each issue includes a free CD-ROM containing various creative and design resources. Brushes will play an important part in these resources, which is why I’m contacting you!

    I was really impressed with the brushes on your site, and wondered if you would allow us to include around ten on our disc for the readers to use in their projects (on a strict non-commercial basis). Although we can’t offer any payment for them, we can include a direct link from the CD interface to your website, and you would also receive a nice piece of editorial in the magazine’s disc pages. This editorial would include all of your contact details, so readers can get in touch if they decide they want to buy any images.

    If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Hope to hear from you soon


  106. Jason Gaylor
    Photoshop Tutorials
    24/03/2006 at 12:34 pm Permalink

    Very very nice stuff. Keep it up.

  107. Jason Gaylor
    CC Rider
    24/03/2006 at 12:45 pm Permalink

    You a sexy brush head you. Nice work!

  108. Jason Gaylor
    24/03/2006 at 8:22 pm Permalink

    I love your brushes. They are exactly to my taste! =) Awesome work Jason Gaylor, keep it up!

  109. Jason Gaylor
    25/03/2006 at 9:35 am Permalink

    I also would like calrification if your brushes can be used on stock photo sites such as dreamstime, shutterstock and others. Not re-selling your brushes but making designs that we used your brushes in our creation.

  110. Jason Gaylor
    26/03/2006 at 9:35 am Permalink

    Thankyou, these are so nice!

  111. Jason Gaylor
    26/03/2006 at 3:49 pm Permalink

    Thanks for sharing these, Jason! They’re lovely, and so are you. And just to let you know, I’ve used Fresh Foliage for the masthead on my site:

    Thanks again!

  112. Jason Gaylor
    the crafty-girl
    27/03/2006 at 11:22 pm Permalink

    as number 121…just wanted to say a very sincere “thank you” for those flippin’ fabulous brushes…will link to you if i use them in a piece of art! take care…kelly

  113. Jason Gaylor
    28/03/2006 at 5:19 am Permalink

    Thanks dudebuster, you’ve literally saved me hours!

    You will go to design heaven!!

  114. Jason Gaylor
    28/03/2006 at 4:15 pm Permalink

    amazing brushes, thanks so much for taking the time to publish these.

  115. Jason Gaylor
    28/03/2006 at 8:05 pm Permalink

    I also would like clarification if your brushes can be used on stock photo sites such as istockphoto, dreamstime, and others. Not re-selling your brushes but making designs that we used your brushes in our creation.

  116. Jason Gaylor
    29/03/2006 at 10:40 am Permalink

    the foliage brushes are awesome…thank you, thank you.
    what a pleasant surprise to stumble into.

  117. Jason Gaylor
    30/03/2006 at 3:25 am Permalink

    This is awesome very good work m8! Bravo!

  118. Jason Gaylor
    30/03/2006 at 5:23 am Permalink

    GRACIAS. Thank you. ARIGATO. Fallamindere. DANKE. Grazie. SUCRAN. Merci. Dakuyen. Cheers. Chi-chie. Tesekular. GINKY.

    In any languaje you still great

  119. Jason Gaylor
    30/03/2006 at 6:48 am Permalink

    Real nice work Jason – thanks for sharing – stuck a little something in your PP account – top job that man! Will send you some links when I get a chance to use them!

  120. Jason Gaylor
    02/04/2006 at 12:22 am Permalink

    your works are superb and this photoshop brushes are just marvelous!!!! thanks for sharing with all of us, you are very very generous! i’ll add you on my link. cheers!

  121. Jason Gaylor
    03/04/2006 at 9:20 pm Permalink

    These are sweeeeeeeeeeeet! Thanks a bunch. You rock.

  122. Jason Gaylor
    04/04/2006 at 7:31 am Permalink

    Great stuff.. Thanks!

  123. Jason Gaylor
    Shane Guymon
    07/04/2006 at 11:12 am Permalink

    These brushes are awesome, I love them, have you ever thought about making some brushes for illustrator.

  124. Jason Gaylor
    sabine brandt
    09/04/2006 at 8:02 am Permalink

    So beautiful …. looking forward to try them out. Just love photoshop …. Thanks!

  125. Jason Gaylor
    10/04/2006 at 1:56 am Permalink

    These are just so gorgeous! Do you allow any commercial use with these? I make papers and would love to use them if possible. Excuse my ignorance if its stated somewhere here!

  126. Jason Gaylor
    10/04/2006 at 4:06 pm Permalink

    Ohhhhhh, thank you so very much! These are perfect for a friend’s site I’m doing. I’ll pass along the link when we’re finished. Perfect, I tell you! :)

  127. Jason Gaylor
    12/04/2006 at 3:27 am Permalink

    Hi there – I love your brushes and I’m hoping you can help with a problem I’m having. I have photoshop 7 so I downloaded the layer set, but I only get image 2 of the 3 shown. I really want image number one – how can I get that one?

  128. Jason Gaylor
    12/04/2006 at 10:24 am Permalink

    I make kits for digital scrappers to sell in an online store
    can I use your brushes in these designs ?

    thanks for replying me

  129. Jason Gaylor
    Fred Morledge
    13/04/2006 at 2:13 pm Permalink

    Bro…you make the best brushes. email me so we can chat and exchange ideas. i have a few tricks up my sleeve you might be interested in incorporating into your next set. I use your brushes for quite a few things on my site…check out concerts…then third day…also petapalooza2006….the rebel yell section of my site…and the underground lounge section with switchfoot.

    thats how i am using them..

  130. Jason Gaylor
    15/04/2006 at 9:07 am Permalink

    these brushes are awesome! thanks so much!

  131. Jason Gaylor
    16/04/2006 at 3:47 pm Permalink

    These are the most asome brushes ive eaver seen. Great work!
    Thanks alot these are exactly the ones ive been looking for.
    Youre the best!

    Great regards from a dude from Sweden!

  132. Jason Gaylor
    17/04/2006 at 2:13 pm Permalink

    Have you checked out an artist named Ryan McGinness? A lot that work reminds me of his. Check it out if you get the chance. oh by the way, I think your work is really great.

  133. Jason Gaylor
    20/04/2006 at 7:58 am Permalink

    These are just llooovelly!! Thank you so much, youve warmed my cockles!!!


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