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Photoshop 5 > Retouch Brush Set
This is a retouching set consisting a soft/med/hard/square brushes of many sizes, suitable for the very high resolutions of print.
I am sure you will find these defaults useful.
Wow - these are great! Thanks for sharing them Stephen. One of the things I've kept meaning to do is make some larger brushes for myself to work with - but never got around to it. These will really come in handy!
I do have one "amateur" question though. What do you use square brushes for? I know there must be a good application/technique for using square brushes, but I don't think I've ever come across it (or if I have, I haven't recognized it and plowed ahead with my round brushes.)
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