yassercreationsFeatured By OwnerJun 24, 2011Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi, you still want to know how add the brush set? Please follow the steps: First copy the brush into PS directory If you are using Win7 C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS4\Presets\Brushes OR WinXP C:\Program Files\Adobe\Presets\Brushes How to add it in PS: Open PS press F5 on your keyboard or choose the brush tool, then click the drop down arrow, then click the right arrow inside the menu, then navigate to Load brushes. Now locate your brush from the directory above, C:\program files.... then click ok Then choose your brush tool again to test it. Click the drop down arrow again to see your newly brush set Hope this helps!
You know- i was looking at some of your other wallpapers (The windows and mac ones specifically) and couldn't help but noticing you used the noise filter on the backgrounds. Did you know there is a setting on that filter called monochromatic? If you turned that on and set the layer to overlay I think you'd achieve more of a "sparkly metal" effect than having it on regular. (See here for what i mean: [link] except put it on something like 3 or 4%)