4000+ Free Photoshop Brushes

Freebies, Brushes, download, free, photoshop

Wed, 27 May 2015 05:47:40 +0000

Photoshop brushes are serious time-savers. The correct brush can instantly enhance a plain-looking photo. The right brush can highlight a specific area in an image without putting too much touch-ups. The great thing about Photoshop brushes is that they are diverse. A single brush can create a rich artwork without the need to use all the editing options in the software’s toolbox. A high-quality brush can essentially be the only thing a user needs. The good thing is that there is an abundance of Photoshop brushes online. There is a very wide spectrum of brushes easily accessible to users that range from wedding touches to technical brushes to fabric textures. There are cloud patterns, floral designs, blood splatters, smoke brushes, and so much more. Special brushes for silhouettes and paint lines are also available. It seems like the sky is the limit when you use Photoshop brushes; the only downside is finding the right one out of the massive selection of brushes. This is where we come in and help! Below you will find over 4,000 brushes that you can download and use right away. Enjoy! FD Abstract Toolkit (62) Download 115 Vegetals Brushes Download 36 Drawing Brushes Download Grass Brush Set (50) Download Real Brush Strokes Set (53) Download Sketchy Cartography Brushes (44) Download Garbage Stain Brushes (10) Download 39 Environment-Brushes by TheEchoDragon Download 25 High-Res Paint Strokes Download Rabies Star Brushset (20) Download 6 Cloud Brushes Download Vintage Floral Photoshop Brush Set (10) Download Concrete Photoshop Brush Set (10) Download 23 Free PSD Brushes by Marcianek Download Destroyed Press Photoshop Brushes (10) Download 15 Hair Brushes Download TsaoShin Full Brushes Set (112) Download 23 Tribal Photoshop Brushes Download Soaked Stains Photoshop Brush Pack (10) Download Radiate Brush Set Download 56 Vintage Stamps and Seals Download Graph Paper Brush Set (8) Download 21 Distressed Halftone Brush Strokes Download 80 Free Hand Drawn Arrow Brushes Download 13 Grungy Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Download 25 Watercolour and Ink Photoshop Brushes Download 100 Essential Brush Strokes Download 56 Photoshop Brushes for Painting Download 50 Solid Ink Splatter Brushes Download 126 Environment Brushes Download 378 Abstract Brushes Download 23 Brushes for Photoshop Download 40 Kanji Photoshop Brushes Download 1000+ Solid Tech Rings Photoshop Brushes Download 82 Sumi Strokes Photoshop Brushes Download 45 Ink Splatter Photoshop Brushes Download 23 Floral Brushes Download 148 Particle Smoke Brushes Download 9 Free Coffee Stain Photoshop brushes Download 117 Dried Blood Splatters Download 24 Abstract Bokeh Brushes Download 18 Electrifying Lightning Strikes Download 32 Watercolor Splatters Download 15 High Quality Cloud Photoshop Brushes Download 20 Minerals brushes Download Spray Splatter Photoshop brushes Download 15 Digital Waves Download 12 Windblown Watercolor Brush Set Download 250 Technical Brushes Download 12 Dirt and Grime Photoshop Brush Set Download 26 Vintage Handwriting Photoshop Brushes Download 60 Custom Concept Art Brushes Download 108 Smoke Brushes Download 29 Ink and Postage Stamp Photoshop Brushes Download 50 Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Download Complete Rahll Brushset (204) Download Hand Drawn Snowflakes by Dan Lehman (26) Download 55 Abstract Tech Brushes Download Free 10 Photoshop Subtle Brushes Download Grimey Brushes by Mattox Shuler (5) Download Flourish, Leaves and Vines (18) Download 20 Free Textures Mix Vol. 1 Download 9 High Resolution Fabric Texture Photoshop Brushes Download Photoshop Brushes by Matt Heath (71) Download 25 Watercolor Photoshop Brushes Download Smoke Brushes (4) Download Speckle Brushes by Maleika E. A. (10) Download Subtle Brush Set by Jack Fahnestock (15) Download

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

50 Inspirational Business and Entrepreneurship Quotes

Quotes, Business, creative, entrepreneurship, founders, Inspiration, motivative, startup

Tue, 26 May 2015 05:13:03 +0000

Starting your own entrepreneurial venture could be easily compared to sailing on a ship. You have to strategically plan out your goals by envisioning and picturing yourself on the island of success, acquire valuable tools and resources along for the trip, hire or partner up with trustworthy and equally passionate people, and finally, be ready to work your ass off until you reach your desired destination. The tricky part is that there isn’t a perfect map that’s guaranteed to get you there. Trial and error becomes you best friend until you get it right. Anyone can be an entrepreneur, but it takes bravery and hard work to be a success entrepreneur. Without motivation carving out your own path isn’t easy. Wisdom is learning from other people’s mistakes. By analyzing the challenges that others faced, you’re able to use their methods to overcome treacherous obstacles. Today we have gathered incredible quotes from some of the best entrepreneurs around. Even tho the site is now dead, browsing thought the archive of Startup Quote is indubitably worth your valuable time. The amount of motivation you get from the quotes is nothing short of exhilarating. Enjoy!

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

Need Free Icons? Here are 13 Websites to Download Them

Tools, download, free, icons, Resources, websites

Mon, 25 May 2015 05:33:00 +0000

The smallest detail in any website being designed can affect the entirety of the project, knowing that these small details could also play an important role in the bigger picture. Icons, most especially, have taken on a whole new level of importance as people become more mobile and the need to make things more compact arises. Understanding Icons What are these icons for? Well, icons actually have a pretty wide scope, depending on how you look at it. See those little boxes on your smartphone that represent different applications? Those are icons. Did you notice those little boxes on your favorite website, that, when clicked, would trigger a new action such as open a new email window or identify a link being promoted, such as a Twitter or a Facebook profile? These are all icons. The word ‘icon’, when taken from the dictionary, is defined as a representative or symbol of something. Its digital definition does not lie far from this, as a computer icon is a small picture that represents a program or an object within the system. The Rise of the Icons When did icons become important? Basically, when Windows-based programs started, the need to have something small and simple to click became a rising need. Older computer system would need a command typed into the system for anything to happen. With windows-based systems however, it was as simple as aiming that mouse pointer on the right object, clicking it, and voila, a new window opens up. Because of the way these icons made things a whole lot easier, their use became an instant norm in all things digital. Today, a lot of younger computer and mobile users cannot even imagine what the world was like when icons were not around. Because of the value they add to modern technology, it has become a constant in almost everything. This is why one of the important things that web developers consider is their choice of icons in every new website being designed. Icons should be straightforward enough to show the user directly what they are for, but it would also be helpful if they were creatively designed to add that pop into an otherwise functional and practical part of any page. Although designers can create their own icons, there are also a number of sites that allow you to download amazing icons for free, both for personal and for commercial use. Here are some of them: Find Icons A database of over 475,000+ icons. The Noun Project Thousands of glyph icons from different artists. Some icons are free and some for a fee. Font Awesome Scalable vector icons and CSS toolkit. Skycons Simple animated weather glyphs. Icons8 The world’s largest original set of free icons for Windows8 and iOS. Ionicons An open-sourced and MIT licensed icon pack. Evil Icons Simple and clean SVG icon pack. Icono Icono is a CSS icon pack. Flat Icon A search engine for 16000+ glyph vector icons. Icon Archive Search through more than 588000 free icons. Iconmonstr A large collection of glyph icons from a German artist. Free to use without attribution and free to modify. Icon Finder More than 100000 free icons in one place. Freepik Freepik helps you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for commercial and personal purposes.

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

20 Pricing Tables That Will Make You Click

Design Elements, creative, design, Inspiration, Marketing, pricing tables

Fri, 22 May 2015 05:33:03 +0000

If it has anything to do with money, you just have to get it right. This is an important thought to remember when you’re designing that pricing table on any website. Remember, everybody wants value for their money. They want to know that they’re spending it in the right place, and for the right reasons. An effective pricing table can make any potential customer realize that as you help them look beyond the price and focus more on what they get out of the deal. Making That Price Count Money is still money, no matter how you look at it. Even if you’re looking for something of high quality, you will always catch yourself exclaiming, “That much???” when you see those figures. The image of a price tag does not automatically tell a consumer’s brain, “This is the price of a quality product.” All that your brain is going to see is, “This is a high price.” This is why in designing a price table, the focus must be on the benefits, and not on the actual price. Seeing a huge price tag on anything will only send red flags to the brain. However, strategically listing down the benefits and features that come with the service or product in a way that highlights them more than the price would make the potential client realize that the price is worth it, once they do notice the price. Strategic Placement Across different pricing tables you’ll see online, you’ll notice a different approach used on each of them. Some may list the prices in ascending order to build up excitement as the list of features gets longer and longer. Some may list everything in descending order, giving higher emphasis to the high-end offering before anything else. Some may also list the packages in such a way that the middle pricing is given more emphasis, believing in the concept that people may not always go for the highest package thinking it’s too much, and not for the lowest one thinking it may be too little. The format you use will still depend on your market’s personality and preferences. Dig deeper into their minds and think about how they would react to each approach. To give you a better idea of how this is done, check out these awesome pricing tables. They have highlighted all the right things on their page, making each potential customer want to click and purchase right away. Wistia Hubspot Hatchbuck Handshake Casengo Coconut Calendar Pokerjuice Edicy Harvest Learndot Easy Pairing Cashierlive Bugsense Zendesk Onehub Appscend Crowdrise Mailchimp Ontraport Algolia

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

Top 10 Hipster Fonts

Typography, download, font, free, hipster, Retro, typeface, vintage

Thu, 21 May 2015 05:47:14 +0000

The term “hipster” conjures different thoughts in different people. For some, plaid button-ups and well-trimmed beards spring to mind. For others, retro authenticity and trendy coffee shops are the hallmarks of this iconic style. Either way, the hipster ideals are in full force in just about any creative industry these days. We here at Webydo are all about helping creative folks create and use their imagination when designing for the web. So, if you’re craving a touch of hipster style in your designs, go ahead and give these fonts a try! Chunk Large and in charge, this font has a bold presence with clean lines. With a look similar to newspaper headlines of old, Chunk fits the bill for trendy classification thanks to its retro appearance. Use this font if you really want to get your point across! Rex Created for the purpose of building unique headers, Rex is an all caps font that’ll make your hipster designs stand out. It’s worth noting that there is actually a difference between caps with this font, though you’d be hard pressed to find it at first glance. Weston Weston immediately instills a vintage vibe with its rounded edges and traditional lines. This font shines when used for logo modification and headline emphasis. Using combinations of the inline and bold face variations will add an extra hipster flare. Blanch This font is the epitome of modern meets traditional. Super smooth contours with a subtle appearance, this font was originally designed for a company of the same name. This font can be used in just about any arena which makes it a great all-purpose hipster font. Homestead The description for this one reads: “Inspired by our desire and need to explore. Always searching for the place to call home.” That pretty much sums up the entire hipster movement. Even the name of this font bleeds hipster. Semantics aside, this font features a pattern of “patches” that almost give it a plaid look. This font is another good choice for titles and headlines. Coolvetica Coolvetica is a sans serif font with plenty of versatility. It scales well and can be used at any weight to achieve the desired effects. Based on retro, 1970’s logos, Coolvetica can add an authentic and custom look to your designs. Aldine Aldine is a unique font in the sense that it was created from an actual proof of a wood type alphabet from the American 1800’s. Hard to get more authentic and retro than that right? With wide letters and a mix of line weights, this font can be used to further emphasize headers. Inner City Inner City is a font that could have jumped straight out of a modern art museum. Simple and elegant, this font’s close letter spacing and clean lines lend it a modern, hipster look. Thanks to its no-nonsense appearance, this font can be used in a wide variety of settings. Microbrew This font is all about the vintage look and feel. From the shaded lettering to the double-letter ligatures, Microbrew is a prototypical hipster font. Best used as a title and headline font, it gets bonus points for offering a set of symbols and ornaments that add to its usefulness. Rocket Script Rocket Script looks like it would be perfectly at home on a space ship from tomorrow land in addition to hipster designs. This retro font can add a spunky retro feel reminiscent of the 1950’s to a variety of design applications. While these ten fonts certainly aren’t the beginning and end of all hipster fonts, they are well designed and should give you plenty to work with in your hipster fueled endeavors!

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Nir Barlev
Nir Barlev
Nir Barlev is the Product Manager of Webydo, a professional online platform that allows designers to create a website with a built-in CMS without writing code. Nir has many years of experience in the web design & development arenas and he is known as a great tipper :-).

 

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