Firework Photoshop Brushes Firework Photoshop Brushes / asset / free

We wanted the launch of our freebie section to be a blast, which is why we're offering these 5 high-resolution firework brushes 100% free, which you can use in Photoshop
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submitted about 5 years ago, by airwalkdesign
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Hey bud, if you read our FAQ you will see a listing of resources which are encouraged. Submitting a new resource for each part of your site is not ideal, as we like to keep the quality incredibly good, and generally that would just dilute the resources people can look through.

pineapple, about 5 years ago


If I'm being honest, it's difficult to "get" what the site is about. Most people won't read the FAQ, but since I did, I can tell you that it didn't make sense to me. It gave textures and brushes as an example of what an Asset is, so I assumed it fine to share it.

Submission form doesn't accept dynamic URLs. It's really simple to error handle duplicate submissions, and silly to have to shorten URLs first. I wasn't able to use 3+ tags to describe the submission either, and if I were a visitor I'd find the only assets available on first glance are .JS frameworks and plugins. In fact, the only thing in the latest section that offered any diversity was the brushes that I uploaded.

Thanks for letting me try out, but it's not really for me, and I genuinely hope you regard this as constructive critiscism and no feelings hurt.

airwalkdesign, about 5 years ago


Sure, no hard feelings. It is strict, and I won't deny that, so it's not for everyone. It's explained more here, probably better than the FAQ. To be honest I should have linked you there instead.

The point is that, I don't want this to turn into dZone. Take for instance the website CSS Tricks. The ideal solution would be to add CSS-Tricks as a resource, and let people explore on their own. and also, maybe once in a blue moon add a specific link to a tutorial there if it is mind-blowingly good, and can't be missed.

Imagine now, if someone starts submitting every tutorial that CSS-Tricks offers as a separate resource. It just dilutes the entire site and makes it unreadable because you're now just scrolling through pages and pages of stuff that you could have explored on your own had you just clicked the main site.

Or in your case, say someone searches for the tag 'photoshop brushes'. Instead of seeing a variety of brushes from all different sources, they're just going to see tons of them to your site.

Now on the other hand, if you have a category page you can link to that features many brush packs all on one page, that's a different story. That would be better than submitting them separately, but just one submission for every photoshop brush pack creates more signal-to-noise than anything.

I do wish you the best of luck with your site though! You have some great talent on there.

pineapple, about 5 years ago


I like that it's strict, this is about the only place I can come that I know of that isn't filled with said noise.

blueberry, about 5 years ago


Also you can add up to 5 tags. More than likely you tried to add a new one, so it wouldn't let you submit. (You can add new tags once you have x reputation)

pineapple, about 5 years ago

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