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Name: Squares + Circles

Not really brushes at all, just simple things to speed up proccesses.

Includes

Circle - Unfilled

Circle - Filled

Rounded Square - Unfilled

Rounded Square - Filled

Square - Filled

Square - Unfilled

Unzip to My Documents/ Paint.net User Files/ Custom Brushes.

Squares + Circles.zip

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Name: Random Dots1

Notes: Puts a set of dots, with various transparencies on your canvas.

What do i do with these files?

Look at 1st post, follow the link.

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Name: Random Dots1

Notes: Puts a set of dots, with various transparencies on your canvas.

What do i do with these files?

Look at 1st post, follow the link.

I know lol, tried to delete a sec ago. :roll:

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so can you make an image and save it in custom brushes? that would be cool. I have been using Artweaver, and would love to be down to one image editing program. If this is a sign of things to come I can get rid of it!

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Why don't you go read about it in the plugin thread.

This thread is for people to share their own brush.

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These 3 are converted from GIMP 2.4 brushes and work perfectly. Vine, Fire and Pepper.

EDIT: I have just about converted all of them to PNG, so I will upload an archive at some point that contains all of them from GIMP (except the .vbr files). If anybody knows how to convert them, let me know.

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Here are 10 tested and working GIMP brushes. Open with 7-Zip. I will do more later.

EDIT: Added ZIP archive as an alternative to 7z as suggested by pyrochild. Both archives contain the same 10 brushes.

Most of the other GIMP brushes contain multiple brushes because they are animated. I could extract them, but it would be pretty pointless without the animation functionality.

Custom Brushes.7z

Custom Brushes.zip

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DaveD: You really should use ZIP format, as it's nearly ubiquitous. Yes, 7z is a far superior format, but the fact remains that many people have never heard of it. And I don't know about you, but know that I hate when I have to go hunting for some new program just so I can open a single file.

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