The Fifth Muse Brush Gallery is a collection of free downloadable Photoshop brushes, created by Annika von Holdt for Photoshop 6 and 7.
(Terms & Conditions For Use Of Brushes)
Make sure you have read and understood the following terms and conditions before you download and/or use any of the brushes:
1.) The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes may be downloaded for free and used to create artwork,
imagery, graphics and web site design for non-profitable projects.
2.) You may NOT use The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes for any kind of commercial venture (i.e. — if you are selling
something in any way).
3.) I would appreciate a link back to
Annika von Holdt. Com.
( http://annikavonholdt.com ). The .zip files are provided with my initials — AvH —
for easy identification. You may use the button below:
4.) The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes may not to be distributed on other sites for download.
5.) The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes may not be converted and offered on other sites as Paint Shop Pro brushes.
6.) Direct linking to images and files is strictly prohibited.
7.) You expressly agree that use of this site and the services and resources obtained through this
site are at your own sole risk.
Installing: Subsequent to downloading the brush file, unzip it and save it in your Photoshop Brushes folder: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop 6.0\Presets\Brushes. Open Photoshop and choose the load brushes feature on the menu.
Requirements: You need Winzip to be able to extract the files. And you will need Photoshop 6 or higher to be able to use the brushes. The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes were created in Photoshop 6. And if you are using an older version of Photoshop, or Paint Shop Pro, the brushes will not be compatible. Sorry.
Origin: The Fifth Muse Photoshop Brushes were created with use of private photos, scanned memorabilia, hand drawn elements, and fragments of manipulated imagery derived from my own digital experiments.
Quote Sources: The New International Dictionary of Quotations, Les Fleurs du Mal by Charles Baudelaire, The Nighthour by Annika von Holdt.
Tutorials: Time does not permit me to teach people how to create their own brushes, I am afraid. Besides, there are plenty of excellent tutorial sites on the Internet already.
Content © Annika von Holdt, 2001-20011. All rights reserved.