I made a video to go with these here where I explain what I use each for, how I made them, etc, so I'm not going to explain that all over. Here's the video:Brush Presets Panel and My Brushes - Photoshop for Digital Painters
As I explained in the video I made all of these myself or they're variations of Photoshop's basic brushes. The soft brushes are in white because I use those to erase. If the brushes have a light blue box around them that means those are different strokes made by the same brush. The rest is pretty self explanatory.* These brushes only work and are only included for CS6 users. If you have CS5 and below or Elements install the corresponding brush pack which I have fixed and tested in CS2 with other people confirming they work with other CS versions AND Elements (all the way down to 5.0 is confirmed).
I used abrMate, for anyone else who was as mystified by compatibility issues as I was.
I licensed them under CC, non-commercial, share-alike. CC licenses always require crediting/attribution, but I’m adding an exception:You don’t need to credit me if
you’re using them in a painting, whether you sell it or not (the non-commercial refers to repackaging them and selling them). You only need to credit me if
you share the brushes, you modify the brushes and create your own pack, or you include them in a pack of your own. I’m talking about the complex brushes I made, you obviously don’t have to credit me for modifying the basic brushes. I think it’s obvious which are which.And now I think I deserve some shameless self-promotion for this...
This was done mostly with basic brushes actually, just to show you, they're not that important. The music notes were a temporary brush and I textured the background, but otherwise all pretty basic:
With this one I used the Real Media Wet to Dry and quite a few others as I wanted a rougher feel. If you saw the video
you can see me use quite a variety especially for the floor.