GIMP checkmark brushes is fourth in a series of "rubber stamp" GIMP brushes.
Version: 1.0GIMP checkmark brushes is fourth in a series of "rubber stamp" GIMP brushes which help making simple objects easy and clean for GIMP users. GIMP checkmark brushes includes 30 brushes. They default to black, and some are in red, green, and blue.
Operating System: Linux
Stick them in the GIMP brushes folder and either "refresh brushes" or restart the GIMP. I put them in the system-wide folder, on my Slackware machine this folder is located at: /usr/share/gimp/2.0/brushes
You should also have a local brushes folder at: ~/.gimp-2.x/brushes
Checkmark brushes are my fourth brush collection for use in the GIMP.
I love 'em !
Just another item I like to have around, because if I need a little something, I don't want to make a small idea for an image enhancement into a major side project --
which making or finding a good-looking checkmark can be.
I realize most folks use brushes for more artistic purposes than as a "rubber stamp", but let's face it, if we want to get things done in a timely fashion, it behooves us to have simple tools and objects at our disposal.
Since checkmarks will vary only so much, I decided to go ahead and make some of these in color. (Kind of makes a separate package of them worthwhile. (Although most folks would find it easy enough to change the HUE/SATURATION on their own.)