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  • palms
    Re: Make your own "grunge" brushes

    Originally posted by Stroker View Post
    Here's an oldie: Brush Making
    Interesting link thanks for posting


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  • Stroker
    Re: Make your own "grunge" brushes

    Here's an oldie: Brush Making

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  • CJ Swartz
    Re: Make your own "grunge" brushes

    Thanks, Bob! I imagine that there are a number of people who will benefit from that tutorial since it seems that "grunge" is still popular.

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  • Bob Mc
    started a topic Make your own "grunge" brushes

    Make your own "grunge" brushes

    Cool Tut Here:

    Bob Mc

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