Some of you know that I’ve been busy with a side project of producing a theatrical, post-apoc radio show, Radioactive Report. Well up to now it’s been a podcast but we are hoping to change all of that. After a fantastic training at KMUZ, our local community radio station, we’ve decided to try to bring Radioactive Report to your FM dial. And hopefully with any luck we will be on air soon. We’ve upgraded our cheapo microphone (equipped with a clown nose to prevent the popping p sounds) with a nicer microphone and have been recording goofy sound effects from our kitchen. Please keep your fingers crossed so we can be on air!
With all the hullabaloo, I’ve made some radioactive brushes to share and celebrate with you. Simply click here to download. The file is big since the brushes are quality, large resolution images. Some I have taken from public domain, however many are my personal photos. I hope you enjoy and wish us luck with this new endeavor.
How to Install Custom Brushes in PhotoshopPlace the *.abr files into:Program FilesAdobeAdobe Photoshop XPresetsBrushes where X is the version number for your version of Photoshop.Brushes created in Photoshop 7 or later will not work in earlier versions of Photoshop. Any Photoshop brushes should work in Photoshop 7 and later.From the Brushes Palette in Photoshop, click the small arrow in the upper right corner of the palette, and choose load brushes. The brushes will be added to the current brushes.How to Install Custom Brushes in Photoshop Elements
Windows: Place the *.abr files into:
Program FilesAdobePhotoshop Elements XPresetsBrushes where X is the version number for your version of Photoshop Elements.
Mac: Place the *.abr files into:
Applications/Adobe Photoshop Elements 6/Presets/Brushes
Brushes created in Photoshop 7 or later will not work in Photoshop Elements 2 and earlier. Any Photoshop brushes should work in Photoshop Elements 3 and later.
Also check out some of the 3D post-apoc greeting cards and mobiles I’ve created.