11 Halftone Brushes for Photoshop

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Posted in Design Tips , Featured on 8 July 2009 2 comments

I used to be a polka dot lover but recently I fell in love with halftone pattern. I realised that I need some halftone brushes for my future theme design, so I started to search for them. After hours of searching, I’ve come out with this : a compilation of some really great halftone brushes, and most importantly, they are free.


The first pack consists of 13 brushes of average 400-500 pixels big. It contains some alphabets such as X, S and V, etc.

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Brushes of average 650 pixels. It contains shapes and symbol such as bubble, circle, sun, etc. with halftone pattern.
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The third pack has high resolution brushes as they are really big. All of them are 2500 pixels which is the maximum size for brushes. Suitable for big design.
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Average size 600 – 700 pixels. All brushes have small circles.
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Consists of mostly small brushes of shapes like circle, star, heart, etc. Special thing about this brush pack? The big & great halftone gradient.
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It has brushes to make halftone border. Maximum size of 500 pixels.
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Really big brushes with awesome shapes.
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An uncommon halftone brush pack because the circles were replaced by other shapes like hearts, stars, water drops, etc.
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Brushes to make halftone corner and side (border).
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Contains custom shapes like stars, heart, circle, etc.
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wiwiwawa says:

Thank you very much for sharing this precious stuff with us.
I have a question : is it possible to have an halftone effect (bigger in darker areas, thiner in clearer ones) with lines (straight or wavy)?
To be clear, I have in mind to have an image quite similar to some tv scan line effect, but which lines would be larger for dark areas and thinner for clear zones.
Thank you by advance.

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