Frequently Asked Questions
These are answers to the most popular questions that you may have about our site or our brushes. If you cannot find the answers to your questions here, please feel free to contact us.

How do I install a brush?
Please click here to see the installation instructions.

How do I manage and preview multiple brushes?
If you're a Mac user, we recommend a user friendly application called Brush Pilot. It quickly finds all the brushes on your system and displays a preview of them. You can install or delete brushes directly from within Brush Pilot.

Can I use these brushes for commercial projects?
These brushes may be used for both personal and commercial purposes, provided that the brush files are not distributed in any shape or form.

Can I use these brushes in programs besides Photoshop?
The brushes are designed to work in Adobe Photoshop only. While they may work in some applications that can read the Photoshop .abr brush file format, we cannot guarantee the results.

Which version of Photoshop do these brushes work in?
These brushes will work in Photoshop CS or higher. They have been tested for compatibility in Photoshop CS, CS2, CS3, CS4 and CS5.

Do these brushes work on both Mac and Windows?
Yes, the same brush file can be installed in Adobe Photoshop on both Windows and Mac.

I cannot download the files, what's wrong?
It's possible that you have a download manager installed in your browser. Please check this and disable your download manager and the download should then work successfully.

Why can't I download more than 30 free brushes?
We limit the download of free brushes to 30 brushes per day per user.

Can I distribute the free brushes through my own website or any other way?
None of our brushes may be distributed in any shape or form. This includes our free brushes. You are welcome to link to the the page on our website displaying the brushes, in order to direct others to download them.