113 Hi-Res Watercolour Brushes

It’s always a thrill to work and play with watercolours. I love the serendipity of the water flow and the roughness of the paper. It is just brilliant how each time I put down the brush, the pigments move around to create a surprisingly lovely texture.

…113 Hi-Res Watercolour Brushes

These high-resolution Photoshop brushes are perfect for small print projects. They vary in size – from 600px to 2300px, so you can create all kinds of backgrounds, patterns, photo frames and many more. You can then print them on cards, tees or on any other printing surface that can benefit from a gentle messy touch.

Included in this set:

• 40 simple shapes
• 15 frames
• 57 thick and thin lines Transparent
• Transparent .PNG files of each shape
• Handy .ABR brush pack with all shapes
• I also added a little handmade watercolour ‘HELLO’ stamp, which was fun to make and looks gorgeous on paper

Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS4 and newer. .PNG files will work with most graphic software.

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113 Hi-Res Watercolour Brushes

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3 lovely comments from our community

  1. Doug

    Please disregard my message above. A standard clipping mask achieves the very thing I was trying to accomplish. Not sure what aspect of it I was missing yesterday.

    I appreciate you guys and your products.

    • carol@designcuts.com

      Hey Doug,

      Thanks for the comments on this one and I am so pleased to hear you got yourself sorted with your project!

      If you are having any issues or have any questions on any of our products, please do get in touch as myself and the team are always here and more than happy to help :).

  2. Doug

    Purchased these recently and am considering purchasing the Chevron pack from Mindful Pixels, as well. I would love any advice (link to demonstration video, etc.) on how to maximize the use of the png’s. In particular, I have a number of multicolor watercolor swatches and samples from various Design Cuts vendors, and I want to blend a circle png with the swatch so that it picks up the saturation level of the png. A sample of this is done really well with a single color on the product page for the Chevron (purple is a deeper purple in the places where the png is dark), but I want to do something multicolored. A clipping mask doesn’t take the saturation levels into account. And when I just overlay it and change the blending modes, it doesn’t give me the result I think it should. Love all the products I’ve purchased through Design Cuts, and I soak up all the instructional help you provide, as well. If you have an answer to this one, please let me know.


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