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    I'm newbie in Photoshop, so I need a big stuff for It.

    Want to hear from you any suggestions. Share your best design resources with a free stuff.

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    There are hundreds of free photoshop brushes on http://www.dynamicbrushes.com. They are all high-res, over 2000px, and excellent quality. Best of all, they will save you time and they are FUN to use :bounce:

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    brusheezy.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamic Brushes, post: 246981
    There are hundreds of free photoshop brushes on http://www.dynamicbrushes.com. They are all high-res, over 2000px, and excellent quality. Best of all, they will save you time and they are FUN to use :bounce:
    Nice resource. But tere're only 93 free brushes Very sad.

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    For fonts I'd suggest looking at the following.
    http://www.dafont.com/
    http://www.google.com/webfonts

    I dont tend to download brushs a lot yet, but hopefully some cool links will appear here so I can try them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincewicks, post: 247741
    Nice resource. But tere're only 93 free brushes Very sad.
    93 isn't enough for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincewicks, post: 246933
    I'm newbie in Photoshop, so I need a big stuff for It.

    Want to hear from you any suggestions. Share your best design resources with a free stuff.
    for video tutorial, visit tutvid.com and for brushes and gradient free stuff visit brusheezy.com

    enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 247781
    93 isn't enough for you?
    93 brushes are too much, if he know what he isdoing, he don't need that much to start with.

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    Hi, Vincewicks,

    You can start out in a number of different places, there are almost endless resources available for Photoshop. You can start with this article: Noupe.com.

    If you are a fresh newbie with Photoshop, I would suggest starting out with some basic tutorials. A few good tutorials are found on Mashable.com.

    As a few hints, when you're starting out with Photoshop (with the assumption you're using these for web design):
    • Don't overload yourself with free resources, allow yourself time to understand the program
    • When downloading free resources (or even paid for resources), make sure you're downloading high-quality brushes, clean shapes, and have appropriate licenses for fonts.
    • Although you're using free/paid resources, try to make them your own and avoid mimicking too closely or too frequently the work of others.

    Lastly, here's a google search that will bring you a great deal of options: Google.com

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    A good resource site is www.designbeep.com


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