105 Mind-Blowing Retro Tech-Shaped Starburst Brushes

I’ve been waiting to post this set of brushes for a little over a week. I had originally planned on posting this last Monday but my posting schedule was thrown out the window after that freak wind storm blew out my electricity for over a week. Then I flew up to New York only to have my laptop crash on me. Needless to say I was a bit annoyed. For now, however, it seems that I’ve fixed my laptop and I’m finally able to post this brush set.

If you’re wondering if these brushes look familiar, you are correct. These brushes are exactly the same as the set of 105 Stunning Retro Tech-Shaped Illustrator Brushes that I released earlier this month. The primary difference is that these brushes are rotated 90 degrees. This means that when you apply them to a circle or oval that it will produce an awesome starburst effect. I used this set of brushes to create the Retro Tech Starburst design I released earlier this month. Download this brush and test it for yourself!

This set contains 105 free high quality Illustrator brushes perfect for creating retro tech-shaped starbursts.  To use these brushes you will first need to download the brush file and save it to your hard drive.  Once downloaded, open up your brush palette and in the fly out menu Select Open Brush Library > Other Library > and locate the file on your hard drive.  To use these brushes you must be using Illustrator CS and above.  Once you have the brush file open, you can start applying these brushes to your shapes.

File type: .ai
Compatibility: Illustrator CS+
Size: 131 KB

Download this file!

Grant Friedman

Grant Friedman is a graphic design, blogger, and author. In addition to being the founder of this website, Grant is also the editor of Psdtuts, one of the world's most popular tutorial websites.

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    September 22, 2008 at 10:14 AM
  • fonkyOne

    good work but there is nothing on the file when I open it!!
    Someone to help me??
    Thxxx :)

    October 16, 2008 at 4:42 AM
  • Grant Friedman

    @Fonky reference the third paragraph for instructions on how to import these brushes. You can also check the brush palette Window > brushes.

    October 16, 2008 at 8:55 AM
  • Lisa


    May 15, 2009 at 1:41 PM