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It has come to my attention that 4shared has changed their TOU for link sharing. I have found that you will now be asked to Login or Create an Account in order to download a file. Yes I know it is free to sign up but I don't think you should have to do that in order to get a freebie. So I will start to change the links over to and I can only hope that they will not do this as well.

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Braiiins!!!!!! CU Freebie

Finally getting around to uploading these..... I bought my kid a toy brain that you put in water and it grows, before we added water I took some pics so I could extract it and share with y'all. So there are two photographed toy brains in the pack. The lighting was different on each and gives them each a different look. The other two brains were drawn by me.... now I am not a great artist but I'm kinda pleased with how these turned out.

So when you download this it will be in psd format, there will be 4 brain layers, the background layer includes my terms of use and a preview layer. All neat and tidy ;)

I hope you like them and find a use for them in your zombie or Halloween tags/kits or anything else your heart desires.

Free to use and commercial use ok!

Download HERE


Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Hey Vicky. It is my first time here and I want to say thanks for offering up some of your items with CU terms. I have a quick question for you and I've subscribed to comments so if you reply here, I should get it. In the terms (for this particular item anyway) you state, 'do not offer as is, you must include as an item in a kit'. So if I understand this correctly, does that mean that I can take one of the brain images, make it into a sticker and then add it to a section of my kit? I just want to make sure that I understand correctly. Thanks again for the resource, and hopefully for the clarification.

Lisa D.

Vicky said...

I am so sorry to not have replied sooner! Sadly I have not been creating lately. To answer your question, you may offer this item, brain, as an item in your kit just like it is. No need to turn it into a sticker unless you want to. To clarify, I ask that you not offer it as a single stand alone object, such as offering it as a brain element for download alone, but you can of course include it as such in your kit. As long as it is an item in a kit or cluster or part of a pattern on a paper or overlay. Does that help or did I make it even more confusing?