24 thoughts on “Freebie: 24 Abstract Bokeh Brushes”

  1. Cormamin … use the brush in white then choose a simple brush and “color” mode for the brush or “vivid ” and choose the color you want and go over the bokeh brushed area to add the color .

  2. I have Photoshop CS6, and can’t seem to make these come in in different hues like the pictures show; is there a way to make them come in in multiple colors without using a ton of layers?

    1. i have elements 9 , there are many ways to get the effect but here is one … use the brush in white then choose a simple brush and “color” mode for the brush or “vivid ” and choose the color you want and go over the bokeh brushed area to add the color. i suggest using a new layer for the bokeh brush .

  3. Thank you soo much!! Amazing work!!
    Need help… I use elements 7, And everytime I use this brush, it comes on the color I select(black or white), Is there any way to make it so that U just click and it comes in multiple colors?? Because I am really bad in coloring those spots!

    1. Bad news is that you can’t do what you want to do. Good news is that it’s pretty easy to do without using the brushes. Just place a JPG bokeh image into your artwork then change the blending mode to Screen or Linear Dodge

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