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, 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. You only need to credit me if
you share the brushes, modify the brushes and create your own pack, or include them in a pack of your own. I'm talking about the complex non-basic brushes here. I think it's obvious which are which.And now I think I deserve some shameless self-promotion for this...
All basic brushes... mostly, the music notes were a temporary brush and I textured the background a bit, but otherwise you can see brushes aren't that
With this one I used the Real Media Wet to Dry that I worked hard to tweak just right and a lot of textures. If you saw the video
you can see me use quite a variety especially for the floor.