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Oil Paint Plugin For Photoshop 7.0, CS3, CS4, CS5 Version

Here in this post, you can get absolutely free Oil Paint Plugin For Photoshop 7.0, CS3, CS4, CS5 Version. Actually what I’m sharing with you Oil Paint plugin is an alternative tool called the GreysShop. And this oil paint GreysShop photoshop plugin you can use it in any of adobe photoshop version with easily. You Can Download Alien Skin Exposure X4 Photoshop Plug-in

Oil Paint Plugin For Photoshop

Here in this post you’ll get complete information about of Oil painting plugin installation and use through below video tutorial. So if you want to know how to install and use an oil paint plugin in photoshop 7.0 or another version so need to watch the complete video tutorial from below.

How To Install GreysShop Oil Paint Plugin

After Download just extracts the WinRAR compress file name of “Oil Paint Plugin GreysShop” and then you found within the folder two plugins names you can read it from below.

  1. Greys-helper
  2. GreysShop Plugin

64bit Installation Process: Now just copy both plugins and go to “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5 (64 Bit)\Plug-ins” and paste it here.

32bit Installation Process: Now just copy both plugins and go to “C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5\Plug-ins” and paste it here.

Now after paste oil painting plugins you can open your adobe photoshop software and then use plugins for applying oil paint effects to any photos.

oil paint plugin

GreysShop oil paint plugin working is absolutely the same as the original oil painting photoshop plugin and that too with has very easy to apply on any photos also within just one click after one-time configuration.

oil paint photoshop plugin

Above jpg screenshot, you will see two setting one Default and 2nd Picture Starting Point and this setting you must be noted because when you enter the setting only then will it apply oil painting effects to your photos.

How To Install And Use GresShop Oil Painting Photoshop Plugins

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