This week, Access All Areas members have a new premium resource to download for Adobe Illustrator. These brilliant Wood Grain Brushes by The Artifex Forge help you add depth and texture to your illustrations with realistic wooden effects. They can be applied directly to vector paths or painted with Illustrator’s brush tool, so the colour and width can be adjusted as required. The pack comes with 13 wood grain Art Brushes and 5 cross-section style Scatter Brushes to produce tree ring effects, making it the perfect resource for creating outdoors themed designs and illustrations.

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Wood Grain Brushes for Premium Members

Wood Grain Brushes

Access All Areas members can now download this set of wood grain Illustrator brushes as part of their membership. The file come with EPS & AI files for the different versions of Illustrator and an Instructions PDF that explains how to install and use the brushes.

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  1. Please be honest, but did you ever had a project in which you really we’re using this kind of graphics? Because the point I’m heading for is, that I really don’t see any example in which this could be used, except one – a retro-like infographic. All the more, there are a lot of examples how to create this kind of layouts, and I was never really thinking about using them as a design in commercial work.


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