The first part of the cloud tutorial is finally here
Here's the free download link to the Photoshop brushes www.mediafire.com/download/j38… Alternatively, if you would like to donate $1 for the brushes, you can click the purchase button on the right side of this dA page Thank you!
I hope this will be helpful to you guys! Have fun painting!
Ah, if only I had photoshop. Can't afford it, though, and there's something wrong with the disk containing the version of photoshop that came with my tablet, and I can't find it anywhere to download it. Ugh. ;A;
THis is so beautiful, though. Need to fav it for later and hopefully I'll get photoshop at some point.
Get the GIMP. It's not as mainstream as PS, but it's free, and only lacks a few of the more advanced features of PS. I've used them both, and they are VERY similar. Both can get you professional-quality results if you know how to use them.
What kind of tablet do you have? I assume you've Googled the problem to see if there are workarounds? As for photoshop brushes, I'm not sure that's true. I recently downloaded a photoshop ABR brush and stuck it in GIMP's brush folder, and it's working just fine.
My tablet is a Wacom Bamboo pen and touch. The only art program I have that it really works properly with is Paint Tool SAI. Every other art program, it acts how it would if I were using it as a mouse, which means no pressure and the thing glitching out if I have it down against the tablet surface for more than ten seconds. (To use it as a mouse, you just hover the pen over the tablet surface. Touching it to the surface is how you drag icons around.)
Huh. That must be relatively new. I've been using GIMP for years, and it never accepted photoshop brushes before. I may have to give that a try now.
Yeah, the serial is on the disk. But I spent three days trying to find the version of photoshop I have, and NO WHERE had it for download. Not even Adobe. It is literally the most ridiculous thing ever (maybe tied with Wacom selling their tablets here in Canada and not making the replacement pen tips available to their Canadian customers as well). Thank you ever so much, Adobe. :/