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Photoshop: Blood Photoshop Brush Pack 1.0 (blood drops and stains) Photoshop: Geiselville (imaginary city inspired by Theodor Geisel (hign résolution)) Photoshop: Hearts II (grungy hearts, heart outlines, hearts with swirls, patterned hearts, glittery hearts, basic hearts, a broken stone heart (with a bandaid!), a checkered heart, a tribal heart, a dripping heart, a heart with splatters, and more!) Photoshop: Abstract 13 (abstract backgrounds)
Photoshop: Crispy Cracks Grunge Brush Set (cracks to create realistic rusting and peeling effets (high detailed)) Photoshop: Hieroglyphs (symbols) (various Egyptian gods (Isis, Bastet, etc), hieroglyphic symbols, and miscellaneous other images) Photoshop: Light IV (glowing curves) Photoshop: Coffee (coffee stains)
Photoshop: Pressed garden flowers (various garden pressed flowers) Photoshop: 1920s ladies (fashionable 1920s ladies. Images scanned from the author's fashion history book) Photoshop: Egypt Art II (egyptian hieroglyphs and sculptures)
Subscribe to Chez Plumeau's Newsletter... Photoshop: Distorsion (grunge scratches and noise) Photoshop: Rose petals (all kinds of rose petals) Photoshop: Vintage Cameras (old and slightly newer cameras: 2 Agfa cameras (both around 40-50 years old), a Holga, 2 Polaroid cameras and a Kodak Brownie about 40 years old (high resolution))
 
 
 
 
 

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