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New Concertina Barb Wire Brush Set for AI

October 6, 2015

Don’t get caught on the wrong side of this wire!


Click the photo above or here to purchase today.

Nothing says HIGH SECURITY like concertina wire. This set of Adobe Illustrator pattern brushes has a single and double coil variation complete with neccisary corners and ends. Create razor sharp accents and elements for War, Prison, Military, History any other Security theme that could use a little extra ‘Keep Out’ flair.

These vector brushes are highly detailed and scalable. They are perfect for web design, print, packaging, fliers, promotional materials and more. Sample shapes are also included: straight, s-curve-rectangle and oval of both types (Vector and Raster). These brushes are super easy to use and create Amazing Results! You can also paste these shapes into Adobe Photoshop as Smart Objects to retain full scalability and editability.

Set Includes:

• Example file with all straight, s-curve-rectangle and oval of both types

• Instructions & Suggestion Doc

• Install File

• Brushes work from version 10 and up!

Break out of boring designs!

If regular barbed wire is more your speed try this! (click here or the Photo Below)


One Comment leave one →
  1. November 12, 2015 10:29 pm

    This one was a customer request. She had actually bought the regular barb wire brush set and thought that it contained a concertina wire brush. I had created a concertina wire graphic element as part of that set but not a brush. I created this brush set for her project and she beta tested if for me.
    Thanks Nancy for the great idea!


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