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Tinyspeak - tiny text brushes by MrsSpock Tinyspeak - tiny text brushes by MrsSpock
20 tiny text brushes for use on icons. Made in Photoshop Elements 4, they should also be compatible with Photoshop CS2, and possibly with CS. An image pack is included in the zip file for users of incompatible versions of Photoshop/Elements and other programs (see note below).

Comments and credit always warmly appreciated - here, or via LJ (mrs_spock/cowsparkle).

Note: I basically made these for my own use, because I wanted a specific set of text shapes and a certain look to the text that I would regularly use on my own icons, so I haven't made separate images for the image pack - especially since I know there are plenty of tiny text brush sets out there. All of the brushes have been stamped onto the preview image, so brushes for other programs can be made from that.
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measured Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Just what I needed, thank you!
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MrsSpock Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
That's great :-)
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trungamd Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013
thank for share :)
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PANIK-YAMA Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012
thanQ <3
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monsieurskater Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2011
Thank you! Will surely credit you when used :D
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Pain-Is-Real Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Gah...
I Downloaded the stuff but.. How do I put the text in? >.<
I use Pse 7. :3
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MrsSpock Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011
After you've unzipped the folder you need to install the brushes by moving the brush file (which is the file ending in .abr) to the folder holding all of your Photoshop brushes. Assuming you're using Windows, if you find your Programs folder (usually on the C drive), you'll then need to find the Adobe folder inside that, then the PSE7 folder (I'm guessing here because I use CS2), then the Presets folder, and then finally the Brushes folder. If you drag the .abr file into the Brushes folder, the new brushes should be ready for use the next time you open Photoshop. Hope that helps!
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VVedrai Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010
Is fantastic, thanks!
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LeopoldGarrity Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, i found your brushes useful, this is what they helped me make. [link]
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alefrancha Featured By Owner May 13, 2009
Gracias por el aporte. No tengo una página, blog o foro en donde pueda darte créditos; serán para uso personal. :)
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