How generous to share your work with the community. These vectors represent a level of design and craftsmanship rarely seen online, so a sincere thanks from me to you. I’ll shoot you back if I end up using these in my next design.
Thanks Danny. This is my way to promote the blog
Very nice quality. Thanks for the freebies.
Welcome to WeGraphics, Steven ;-)
I’m glad you appreciate the set
thank you so much for your generosity in sharing these brushes . . . very much appreciated.
Just learning photoshop these are beautiful and am excited to learn the challenge.
many ta’s for sharing : )
Wow, your really talented. The world is a better place because of you. Thanks for sharing your self with others.
Thank’s Man… great work.. ;-)
We definilety need more smart people like you around.
Thank you so much for sharing, Ihave been searching forever for this quality of vector as well as your baroque brushes. These are wonderful, and I truly appreciate the artistry that you put into them. I cannot create art like that, but I will be blessed to enjoy yours!
This “free shainrg” of information seems too good to be true. Like communism.
Thank you very much brother for sharing your hard work with us. GOD bless you.
This is great stuff. Another person appreciates your work. You rock!
, however, I think the body lgagunae told a lot about the debate, particularly when the camera showed the candidates while the other was speaking. Romney came accross as affable and looked bemused when Obama was talking without being smug. At times he almost looked like he had pity for Obama as one would have for a bumbling, malicious child frustrated and in over his head. Obama, on the other hand, came off as boastful and arrogant (I’ve never heard a candidate use the words “I” and “me” so much and I almost expected to yell “I put a cap in Bin Laden’s ass”) and looked angry throughout the debate, especially when Romney criticized him or scored points against him. He clearly comes accross as a man not used to being challenged or criticized. And it was not the look of a strong man’s righteous indignation at unjust criticism either. Rather, it was the look of a catty and petulant aging homosexual wanting to hiss at someone who displeased his delicate sensibilities. I can’t imagine this goes over well with most viewers, male or female. I was also struck with Obama’s delicateness and effiminacy. Every time he would waive his hands around I couldn’t help but notice how gracile his wrists and hands are. Under the padding of his suit he’s positively a scrawny little man. What do you think he weighs? Maybe a buck thirtyfive on a 6’1.5″ frame? Not an alpha male.
Tanx for this one!
Whoa! Thanks! These are totally great!
Thanks for sharing the making of the vectors. Really interesting design, especially when one can see the process.
Wooow, those are totally awesome!!! Thanks for sharing! Such a great site you have, keep up the good work. Overwhelming :)
you are so talented – this is so beautiful, I would love to have it in psd or png format? – I use Photoshop CS3.
Hello again. I was wondering if you have a tutorial on this baroque technique?
Here is our tutorial on how to integrate your sketches in your digital works:
this baroque technique is so hard to achieve. these are beautiful and high-quality.
These are truly gorgeous woks of art and thank you so much for sharing these, they have found a good home with me and I will treasure them.
Thanks for sharing! Great Work on the Brushes
These are great!! very kind of you to share them for free :)
thanks for sharing!
These are beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
muchas gracias por compartir tu talento, =)…pronto me pondré a la altura para también compartir contigo….luz para ti!
lovely:)thanks for sharing!!
Thanks a lot for this really nice vector Set !!!
Sweet – TY!
I appreciate your endeavor to make such a brilliant floral. It inspires me and it will help me too. Thanks.
Beautiful florals. =)
Much appreciation to you for this – TY!
Today I’m glad to release a new vector set: 6 hand drawn baroque ornaments. Inspiration derives from some books about french baroque ornaments I purchased. I decided to reproduce in larger scale interesting details. I hope you like the result!
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