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July 18, 2007
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Footprint brushes by chain Footprint brushes by chain
* 18 footprints, varying amounts of paint.
* All brushes are in 150dpi quality.
* I am shoe-size 44.
* Works for CS and newer.

This was fun to make, but HELL to scan. I was sitting at the scanner for 3+ hours to scan these & the monoprint brushes. The paint was still wet on most of them meaning I had to clean the glass between each scan. Original scans are 600dpi.

//// Usage:
You may not use the brushes for any commercial work without my permission (just ask).

//// Distribution:
Please do not repack or redistribute the brushes without my permission. The brushes can be downloaded free from this location.

//// Other brushes by me:
[link] - Fingerprint brushes
[link] - Monoprint texture brushes
[link] - Handwriting brushes
[link] - Stick figure war brushes
[link] - Burnt paper brushes
[link] - Paper brushes

If you make something cool, please add a link in a comment so everybody can see it. :)
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alonzosmom Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! We used these for a slide in our elementary school video yearbook.
Thank you so very much for sharing your extra large feet and your hard work.
BohemianMuze Nov 10, 2012  Professional General Artist
Used for these two images [link] and [link] thank you so much for sharing these wonderful brushes! :heart:
EmpressEliana Jul 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Wow! You went through alot to get these up here to share!
I for one Appreciate all the effort you put into this!
Thank you so much!
I will link when I have created something fabulous with your brushes.
It's so cool. May I use the brush for my book? (I want to give free-books for my friends.)
Minaya86 Feb 1, 2011  Professional Digital Artist

I used your amazing stock/brushes here:

Kind regards,
InsaneXade Aug 26, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
can I use these in my comic? [link] It would require me placing them on a trans map and a plane, to make them appear 3d. I really need some good footptints for the restart. Credit will go to you in the resources section of the site.
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