Question by Cori: Anyone know where I can find high resolution brushes for photoshop 7? Mainly looking for swirls and flowers?
I’m trying to make invitations and I would like to “stamp” scroll work onto them like this: http://www.sweetpeagreetings.com/inc/sdetail/2488
Anyone know where I can find free PS brushes that are compatible with PS7?
Answer by Thestril
google “photoshop 7 brush set”
You can make your own brush out of any image. Make it at least 800×800 dpi, or copy/paste or save and open an image you like.
Leave it as it is, or convert it to black and white and adjust the contrast until it looks right.
Go to file>define brush preset
Open up your brushes. The new preset will be the last one. The black/dark areas will be the color you choose, with varying degrees of transparency depending on the shade of darkness. The white area will be clear.
Question by Mello Love: Website With Free High Resolution Brushes For Gimp Or Photoshop?
Does anyone know some good websites with high resolution brushes for Gimp Or Photoshop? I already know of www.obsidiandawn.com
Brushes that I can download! Not Picnik!
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Question by Fun Stealer: Where can I find High Resolution Photoshop Brushes?
Or a directory that will show me a bunch of places I can download high resolution brushes.
I have over 100 great brush sets, but I’m working on wedding albums now and I need some fancy brushes that will hold up at 275 DPI without being all fuzzy.
Answer by johnny makes fire
go to deviantart.com
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Question by Heather: When using Photoshop CS4, how do you have your pictures and photos be the same resolution?
I am learning how to use my photoshop CS4 for digital scrapbooking but whenever I add my photos to my layers they are significantly smaller than my digital scrapbook paper. Can I change the resolution on the paper or the photos so they match???
Answer by bleukreuz
That’s because the resolution of your scrapbook is bigger than the photo. Bigger resolution is better but if you absolutely just want to change it:
Go to Image>Image Size>change Resolution: 72 pixels/inch
72 px/inch is your monitor resolution so it should match now.
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