Can Photoshop brushes be used in the GIMP?
yep, it can be but I'm not sure how to, Google it and see
You can't. You need brushes photoshop 7 brushes for photoshop 7.0
My Computer --> Local Disk --> Program Files --> GIMP 2.0 --> share --> gimp --> 2.0 --> brushes
There is no such option in Photoshop. If you mean Vector Photoshop shapes then the shapes can be used for infinite things in Photoshop such as layers, masks, as frames, as a source for selections, as a source for actual brushes, for patterns, for exporting to other applications, used in shape blurs, used as cookie cutters in Photoshop elements. Illustrator vector brushes exist as do expression and Xara vector brushes and many others but sadly… Read More
One very good free alternative to Photoshop is Gimp. There is also Gimp Shop that is a Gimp that looks similar to Photoshop.
GIMP brushes come in all sorts of shapes, colors and sizes and can easily spice up your images with the click of a mouse. They can be downloaded free at sites like deviantart.com by simply searching "GIMP brushes". Once you have downloaded a brush, it is necessary to move it to the folder that GIMP looks in when loading brushes. I use the drag-and-drop method by opening my downloaded folder of brushes and opening my… Read More
The brushes should already come with the GIMP once downloaded. You don't have to download things separate.
Photoshop has more fixed features and could be better for some users. One downside to Photoshop is the price, GIMP is free. GIMP "scripts" are more flexible and can use image parameters whereas Photoshop "Actions" use absolute values. Gimp can be run on far more machines (operating systems) than Photoshop.
Photoshop brushes can be downloaded for free or created. Some sites for Photoshop brushes can be found on 'Brusheezy', 'My Photoshop Brushes' and 'Deviantart'. Deviantart is a art social website, allows different artists to share their works online.
Photoshop - costs about $200 - has just about everything GIMP hasGIMP - totally FREE and open source - has just about everything photoshop has
There are plenty of websites that offer free downloadable brushes for Photoshop. Brusheezy and My Photoshop Brushes are two sites that may be worth looking at.
How do i add downloaded brushes onto gimp i have tried every way but whenever i open gimp after i have added them they're not there please give me the right way of doing this?
Google gimp brushes, or look on Deviantart on Resources>Applications>Gimp Brushes. You'll find lots of them. To get them in your list, look for a button that says "Refresh Brushes". If you can't find it, restart gimp and they'll be there. Yeah that or just go to wherever you saved gimp most likely program folders. Then svae the brush. Next Open Gimp folder and open "share" then Brushes then copy the file and paste there Actually… Read More
You can go to Deviantart to find brushes.
copy brushes and go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS4\Presets\Brushes and paste there.it will work and for other versions of Photoshop
It's a matter of personal opinion. Photoshop is probably used by more professional artists. On the other hand, the Gimp is free.
no, unfortunatly not
GIMP is a free alternative to Photoshop.
Simply click on the Brush icon and select one of the brushes.
Yes! I've been using it for a few years now and I still wonder why people buy Photoshop when GIMP is free. :D
there is a number of sites you can get them, you can just go onto google and search 'Photoshop Brushes' . just google Photoshop Brushes and it should be the 1st one so yeah just search the site and have fun photoshopping
On a photo-editing software. You can use Photoshop, Corel Painter, Gimp, Photfiltre, Photoscape. But the best two are Photoshop and Corel Painter. However you have to pay for those, if your not willing you can use Gimp, Photofiltre, and Photoscape which are free. Gimp is the best among the free one. I personally have Photoshop and Gimp. And you can learn how to make avi's and effects from tutorials. Hope this helped
Information on how to install and use brushes in Photoshop can be found at graphics-illustrations, ephotozine, graphicssoft, vandelaydesign, and in the series Photoshop for Dummies and its corresponding website.
less userfriendly than photoshop but when u get used to it its fine
Probably, but not certainly, Photoshop. On the other hand, the Gimp is free, and is better at certain kinds of tasks. If you're trying to get a job as a graphic designer, then Photoshop, because it's an industry standard. If you're just doing it as a hobby, you might want to see if GIMP is "good enough" for you... chances are that it is.
GIMP is an image editing program similar to Photoshop that can be downloaded for free at GIMP.org.
First, make sure the files you have are ABR files, they are the proper photoshop brushes files. Then, go to: My Computer>Local Disk>Program Files>Adobe>Photoshop>Presets>Brushes and paste the ABR file/s there. Hope this helps.
They mostly do the same things- but in Photoshop many actions can be done in a separate layer ... the end results may be the same, but in Photoshop you can go back and change things to a deeper level than you can in GIMP.
Photoshop - Photoshop Express - Photoshop Elements Gimp Paint.net Paint skitch Picknik (online)
One can download various sites of brushes for all (recent) versions of Photoshop from sites like BrushEezy, BrushKing, 22Pixels, Free-Brushes or FBrushes.
if you have downloaded brushes from internet,first copy and then go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS4\Presets\Brushes and paste it,when you start next time Photoshop it will load that set of brushes automaticaly
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, GIMP,
GIMP has been an incredible tool for me. I do freelance graphic design and I have found that GIMP sometimes fills in where even Adobe Photoshop can't! The price alone rockets it to #1 in my book, but because it is available free for download, there is even more peer-to-peer support, download-able effects, scripts, brushes, patterns and loads of web tutorials. It's a community of people helping each other out in a way that I… Read More
It all comes down to opinion.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShop Pro are payable and GIMP is Photoshop free alternative
No GIMP is your basic photo editing software to achieve that you must use programs like Photoshop
You can use any photo editing application that has a "scale image" option. Examples include Photoshop and GIMP. (GIMP is available as a free download whereas Photoshop must be purchased to use it legally)
Coral and Illustrator are good alternatives to Photoshop on the market. If you want free, then Gimp has some features.
One of them. I find GIMP excellent for drawing line art and editing transparent images, and it can open and save .PSD (Photoshop) files. It is not nearly as good as Photoshop for photo manipulation however.
Photoshop is a commercial product and so needs to be purchased. There is no legal way to acquire it for free. There are free alternatives to Photoshop such as Gimp.
Installing gimp is easy in Linux, you just run the install app called Synaptic. Search for gimp, and it will find it and install it. Note, most Linux systems come with Gimp now.
Gimp can save images as PNG GIF and JPG, but it does not build html, in a way that photoshop would with 'slices'
Locate the Adobe Photoshop folder on your computer hard drive, and then open it. Find a folder named Presets and click it. There are six folders were Photoshop tool files are stored. Open the one labeled Brushes; place the new brush file with the .abr. extension in it. In the brush setting in Photoshop, find Load Brushes, click the file and press open. You can now select it for use.
The GIMP, GIMPshop, or Corel Paint Shop are all free programs like Photoshop
Image editing software like Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or free alternatives like GIMP, Picasa..
Gimp is nothing like Photoshop. It works with images in a way that is completely foreign to those familiar with Adobe-type products. It was as if it the program was designed by someone who had never had to actually manipulate an image professionally. If you're stuck on the Linux OS, but you need to work with images I would suggest looking at an app called "Pixel Image Editor". Also, there is a Gimp/Photoshop hack called… Read More
Free alternative for Photoshop is a GIMP.
GIMP and Photoshop can. :)
Okay first go to a site like free-brushes.com(really good site!)or deviantart.com and Look up GIMP brushes. The when you find one you like click one of the download options(you may be taken to a place that say something about premium service just click free user and wait a few seconds) After that click the download button.When Windows asks you what to do with it click open.Extract the files using winzip use the browse button to… Read More
Most digital and graphics design artists use photoshop. Those who can't afford Photoshop usually use GIMP or Corel Paint Shop
"What kind of" is a really abstract question, I don't know exactly what you want to know, but.... Microsoft Paint is a simple graphics manipulation program, like Photoshop and GIMP, but it is way less advanced: for example, everything blends together into one layer and text automatically fills the background with the colour white. It has no support for plug-ins, and brushes look pixellated, due to the lack of anti-aliasing. If you're looking for a… Read More
There is the GIMPShop, which is the GIMP, with a modified UI, so that it looks and feels like photoshop, if that's what you are used to, or prefer. There is also an online program called "Splashup", previously known as "fauxto". It is very similar to Photoshop, but it is only available online and cannot be downloaded for offline use. (Aviary is in the same boat as Splashup) Corel Paint Shop is a popular alternative… Read More