Line Art Pack | Volume 2 – 104 Brushes & 104 Vectors

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Author: jeya. with 23 Comments

This pack is gigantic! We have included 104 elements in two formats, Photoshop Brushes (ABR) and Vectors (EPS). Line art elements are always a great thing to have in your design toolbox. You can use these elements as a background and create a really intricate design. I hope you enjoy and use them in your designs! As with all of our resources, personal and commercial use is welcomed and encouraged!

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About The Author: jeya

My name is Jeya and I am one of the founders of Media Militia. I enjoy writing new content and designing something fresh! I currently live in beautiful Reno, Nevada. If you have any ideas or comments, please send me an email at contact@mediamilitia.com.

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23 Comments

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  1. very, very nice.

  2. incredible! amazing!

  3. Thanks…..very nice!!!

  4. Great stuff! Now I just need to find time to play with them.. Thanks

  5. wow…………. amazing……. :)

  6. good ……. thanks.

  7. im a newbie can any one help. i dont no how to use the esp files. do u have to add them to a specific folder ?

    ps these are amassing vectors

    • @kaye: All you need to do is open the EPS files into Photoshop. You can also try dragging them into Photoshop while it is open. If you have illustrator, you can use it as well. Let me know if you need any other help. Thank you!

  8. iv tried opening in photoshop which works but it rasterises the image should this happen ?

    • @Kaye: Yes it will rasterize the EPS if you directly bring it into Photoshop. When it asks you the image size, just specify it as big as you need it.

      The best way to work with EPS documents, is by opening them up inside of illustrator and copy and paste them into Photoshop. This was you will have the option to paste it as a smart object and keep it as a vector.

  9. ok thanks for all your help

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  11. nice shit

  12. very nice

  13. I think the download link is broken…I’ve noticed this in the other freebies too.

  14. great! thanks a lot.

  15. If you like bizarre liquid effects, you might try an old copy of full Painter (not the bundle painter or the classic painter, I used Painter 7 OS X but it can have slow redraw compared to other stuff on older machines). They have a gloop like effect and the gradient brushes help with better black light or neon effects. (like dropping a lump of acrylic paint onto canvas effect or a realistic black light glow from gradient brushes).

    If the people from Adobe and Painter would work together on 3D liquid effects it would be nice. Stuff like liquid metal floating in mid air with a drop shadow distance (like Fireworks) and animation with Flash would be fun.

    You guys could most likely sell a big brush pack with the spiral brushes. Those rock. Really.

  16. i’m a young designer from ghana, and i’m really impressed with all stuff, wow..!
    wanted to chat with you personally online………..

  17. M I L G R A C I A S

  18. thank you sooo much. theese are absolutely great

  19. gracias desde mexico

  20. Great !!!! Thanks a lot :) :) :) :)

  21. Excelent really helpfull… ill try to donate as soon as posible

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