Please link to this if you use these brushes, so that people can easily find them if they like them! (In fact, that's just a nice thing to do with any stock you use.)[link]
If you're interested in these, and you haven't joined the Cartographers' Guild yet... get joining!
--7 of each: trees, pine trees, marsh grass, round hills, and sharp hills
--9 rainforest-style trees
--4 jungle plants
--3 of each: forest, pine forest, mixed forest, marsh, and swamp "blocks"
--10 town/city markers
--large and small "falling stars"
--flat 7 pixel calligraphy brush (from Photoshop's Calligraphic Brushes)
--round brushes of various sizes
--drippy water brush (from Photoshop's Wet Media Brushes)
--watercolor textured surface brush (from Photoshop's Wet Media Brushes)
--watercolor textured surface brush with color jitter
--jagged-edged brush that I used for the trees and roads in Fellwick
--a "wooden planks" sort of texture
--dashed line brush (square 16 pixels, 35% roundness, 135% spacing, angle jitter: direction) *this has been fixed*
--dotted line brush (round 7 pixels, 170% spacing)
--squished dotted line brush (elliptical 16 pixels, 35% roundness, 350% spacing, angle jitter: direction)
--three logo brushes (feel free to delete these - they are there for my own sake, so I don't lose them)
Please take note of the Creative Commons license. You don't have to credit me or ask my permission or anything to use any of the brushes included here that you can just make yourself by messing around with the brush settings in Photoshop, of course (like the dotted lines and whatnot,) only the ones that I drew, like the trees and other symbols. Thank you very much!I have changed the Creative Commons license on this! You may now use it for commercial pieces if you so choose!
Also, you don't have to ask my permission to use these - the answer is yes. If you ask me anyway, I'll tell you yes and thank you for being polite. :3