15 Hi-Res Autumn Leaves Photoshop Brushes

Autumn has arrived and soon we will be celebrating Thanksgiving. For our seasonal brushes, we created a set of high-resolution brushes composed of autumn leaves that you can use for free just in case you need some fall/autumn elements in your design projects. These autumn leaves Photoshop brushes which include leaves in various arrangements as well as other autumn-related brushes are ideal for creating cards or websites about this spectacular season. Created in Photoshop CS2, these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes have resolution of around 2000 pixels and should work with any CS version of Photoshop.

autumn leaves photoshop brushes

TERMS OF USE: As usual, you may use these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes for personal, noncommercial projects. However, please refrain from making these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes available for download outside of this site. If you want other people to know about these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes, please refer them to this original post.

Please leave a comment if you happen to like these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes or if you find them useful. Your comments will be greatly appreciated.

IMPORTANT!!!: Please refrain from redistributing these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes, (i.e., downloading this set and making it available for download somewhere else). Also, HOTLINKING to the archived file is not allowed. Please refer to this post if you want to spread the word.

Below, you will have a preview on how these autumn leaves Photoshop brushes would look like when installed in Photoshop:

autumn leaves Photoshop brushes

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  1. Hi there!

    I just wanted to leave a quick comment to thank you for allowing the use of these lovely Autumn leaves brushes. One of the brushes in the set really helped me out in a pinch. And what’s more, they’re compatible with GIMP!

    So thanks again, and here is the link to the art in which I used the brush: Link

  2. I am using these for a final project in class and wanted to post the video online afterwards, should I just put the website on the final screen or a specific name to give credit for allowing me to use these Autumn brushes?

    Thank you for creating these, they’re incredible.

  3. A credit to the website “photoshopfreebrushes.com” is much appreaciated. Thanks!

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