If you're a Photoshop junkie, you probably make frequent use of the many free brushes that are available online, but keeping track of the conditions attached to their use can be tricky. Some brush designers ask for credit; others don't allow their designs to be used for commercial work. Helen Bradley's Project Woman blog has assembled a handy list of free Photoshop brushes, complete with details of when you can use them — a handy resource if you don't want to spend hours wading through design licensing conditions.
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