Dried Blood Splatters Photoshop Brushes

Dried Blood Splatters Photoshop Brushes
Dried Blood Splatters Photoshop Brushes

These splatter brushes were created with watercolor dried on lightweight paper to simulate the look of dried blood. Like our Glossy Blood Splatter Photoshop brushes, these can be used to create blood, paint, or paint in UV light. This set contains 117 blood splatter brushes.

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Dried Blood Splatters
Thumbnails of blood splatter brushes
Dried blood splatter with black ink
Blood splatter
Abstract blood splatter
Thin blood
Splatter on a background
Splatter brush used as paint
Splatter brush used as paint in UV light

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Feel free to use these brushes for commercial artwork. Crediting our website in your work is sincerely appreciated but not required.

Small (675 pixels) | Photoshop 7+ |
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Medium (1250 pixels) | Photoshop 7+ |
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Large (2500 pixels) | Photoshop 7+ |
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14 comments on “Dried Blood Splatters Photoshop Brushes”

  1. It's 2019, so I don't know if anyone will see this, but I'm doing a gaming project for my Advanced Programming course and I'm definitely going to put this in the credits. Nice work.

  2. Can you create video how to reach effect, how on the second photo of article?
    I cannot achieve the fourth day the necessary result by means of the offered style.
    Big thanks =)

  3. Awesome! Exactly what i was looking for! So easy to install :)

    (Go to brushes within photoshop, click the 'settings' button at the top right of the pannel, click 'load brushes' and select the brush; I had to extract the zip file first though)

  4. how i can use the glossy layer style which you put.
    i installed it successfully. but i don't know how i can use it or what button i have to click to activate it. can you help me please... ?
    and btw they are very good brushes !well done! thank you.
    reply me please.

    1. Double-click on the ASL file to load it into Photoshop then go to Window > Styles. When you're painting, create a layer and fill it with white. Set your foreground color to black then click anywhere on the white layer to add the brush. Next, go into your Styles panel and select any of them styles to make the white background transparent.

      If you don't see the layer styles, you can go to Edit > Presets > Preset Manager. Select "Styles" from the drop down menu then click Load. Browse for the ASL file then click OK.

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