The stone door creaks open. The beam of light from your torch slowly penetrates the darkness. As you gaze in wonder upon the Sarcophagus Room you can hardly imagine what wonders await you....
The Sarcophagus Room is your source for high quality illustrative and antiquities related photoshop brushes. I hand-scan each image to the largest size possible, ensuring you don't get suck with an image that's too small for your needs.
B R U S H R U L E S
I don't care what you do with these brushes, but please, send me a link to what you make with them, I'd love to see! Also, please do not redistribute without my readme file that comes in the download folder!
B R U S H F A Q
What version of photoshop will these work in?
They should work ok in Photoshop 7 and CS - brushes are not backwards compatible, so versions 6 and below will not read them
How do you install them?
Simply click on the arrow below the preview image, wait for your browser to automatically download it to your desktop (or downloads folder, however you have it set up). Then double-click on the downloaded file to decompress the .zip file (you'll need an expander program for this like stuffit). After that open the folder that shows up, find photoshop's folder, and then place the .abr file into photoshop> presets> brushes. Then all you need do is open photoshop, click on the brush tool, go up to the brush selector, and find the set in the list!
If it doesn't show up, try restarting photoshop, it sometimes doesn't read them if you have photoshop open while adding new brush sets.
If you have trouble, send me a note on here or email me at talierinATindra.com. I'm a mac person, but sometimes I can figure out windows issues
Where do you get the images from?
All over the place. Mostly scan-it books, illustration collections, and random books I've picked up along the way
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