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Medieval Pack 1 by tacostock Medieval Pack 1 by tacostock
*DOWNLOAD FILE FOR HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES*

A la Guinevere and Arthur. :aww:

PLEASE READ OUR RULES!!!!!! DO NOT NOTE US!!!!

Stock Rules

*No need to ask for DA use.
*Please link to the stock deviation in your description.
*Please post a link to your work in a comment on the deviation.
*Ask if using outside of DA or for a print (we'll say yes)
*Please don't use for pornographic or hate pieces. I do have friends, parents and grandparents out there somewhere.
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rgalexandervision Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013   Traditional Artist
Beautiful! I used this here: [link]
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OperaticAnimeNimue Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011
How do I get the pack into my gimp?
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DamselStock Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Um... unzip the folder and open the jpg into it.
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OperaticAnimeNimue Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2012
I tried, but THIS always happened! [link]
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DamselStock Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Okay, but you still did not UNZIP the folder! In the video you clearly see that you are trying to open a zipped/compressed folder in gimp. That's just not possible at all. You must UNZIP the folder.

After you save the .zip folder to your computer when downloading from a stock provider you must UNZIP IT, also known as extracting the file, using WinZIP (which comes with all Windows operating systems) or WinRAR (if the folder is .rar & not .zip!) Right click on the folder that has a zipper on it and choose "extract files" or "UNZIP folder" depending on your computer. While you are unzipping the folder, check the little box that says "open after extracting." Then, open the Extracted folder. Now, you can open the individual photos which are .jpg files into gimp or any other graphics program.

If you are still confused, use Google and search for instructions on extracting zip files. But, my instructions are pretty much step by step. If you UNZIP the file, you'll be able to use this pack. I just downloaded it myself to check.
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OperaticAnimeNimue Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012
Now what? [link]
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DamselStock Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Oh wow... well, first, you went from trying to open this IMAGE pack (.jpg files) into GIMP to now trying to open Photoshop BRUSHES into GIMP.

Photoshop brushes (those .abr files) will only work in GIMP versions 2.2.6 and newer, so, make sure your version is compatible.

Second, Photoshop brushes must be installed! You cannot simply open an .abr brush file as you would a .jpg image. You have to install those into your application's brushes folder in the C://>Program Files>/Gimp(version)/share/gimp/(version)/brushes folder (for Win7 C:\Users\(Username)\.gimp-(version)\brushes).

As you found out, if you just open the file as you do a .jpg, they won't install and you get a message saying "not supported filetype." To install a brush, close your GIMP program, and simply right click on the .abr that you unzipped, copy it and paste it into that special brushes folder.

To use your newly installed brushes, open GIMP and a photo you wish to use the brush on and select your Paintbrush tool, use the menu to find the brush, you may have to select "Load Brushes," or something similar, I do not know for sure as I've never used GIMP in my life. I use Photoshop & Paintshop Pro. So, if after that it does not work, I suggest you Google a GIMP forum or ask a GIMP user. As the last resort, buy Paintshop Pro or Photoshop.
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