50 Killer Retro Starburst Brushes

If you have already downloaded my broken line brushes, these brushes may look somewhat familiar to you. If they do, it’s because they are nearly identical. There are two fundamental differences however. In this set, the corner tiles have been removed and the patterns have been rotated 90 degrees. I did this so that these brushes will produce radial patterns when you apply them to a circular shape.


104 Incredible Retro-Style Pixelated Illustrator Brushes

After designing last week’s HUGE set of Retro Line Brushes I went right to work on a new set of retro-style Illustrator brushes. At first I wasn’t exactly sure how they would turn out but the more I started to play with them, the more I realized how incredibly awesome they actually were. Today’s set of retro-style pixelated brushes includes 104 Illustrator pattern brushes, complete with corner pieces and a swatch palette for you to use in your commercial or personal work for free. Like the last set of retro line brushes that I released, each brush in this set is completely unique and should come in handy for a number of tasks. I’ve never seen any Illustrator brushes like these online so I am hoping that they go over well.

Vector Freebies: Paint Brushes Set 2

Today, I am releasing yet another set of high quality Illustrator Paint brushes. There aren’t many brushes included in this set but what this set lacks in quantity, it makes up for in quality. Set 2 contains 7 high quality Illustrator paint brushes in varying widths. What I like about this set is how fat some of the brush strokes are. A lot of brushes I’ve seen are a little too scrawny to be used in large point sizes. The larger you make the stroke, the more the stroke distorts. Since these are a little fatter than normal you’ll be able to make them a little fatter than you can with some other brushes. Don’t get too crazy with them and use a 30 pt stroke. These brushes aren’t that big. You will, however have a little more room to work with.

Vector Freebies: Paint Brushes Set 4

I was working on a project not too long ago where I needed to replicate the look of a signature for a logo that I was working on. I spent a lot of time going through my collection of Illustrator brushes trying to find one that I liked but none of the brushes I had really excited me. So instead of using a brush I was only mildly satisfied with I decided to make my own. I ended up creating quite a few sets of brushes and I was pleased with how they all turned out; so pleased in fact that I decided to release them all to my readers for free.