More than Two hundred professional brushes & tools for graphic artists, cartoonists, animators and everyone that loves to draw with black inks, water and experimental materials.
The cartoonist brushes includes from classic clear lines to the emulation of vintage line styles (Searle, Provensen, Pratt, DePatie, Breccia, etc.), from the dirtiness of the Dry Point technique to the AMAZING and never more realistic “INK WASHING” effect! and more… crosshatching, fountain pens, sumi-e, splatters, texturing, etc.
You’ll find yourself enjoying and making your job more effective with these proven tools.
With the purchase of this pack you will receive all future updates to this set for FREE.
This set of brushes was created with the idea of emulating some styles used primarily in black and white comic strips, using black ink and washes, and I’ve added a lot of extra brushes that complement very well the set.
Please, take 10 minutes and watch this video (below) that includes a live preview of each brush stroke included in version 1.3 or if you prefer open the reference sheet for v1.4 (PDF 10 Mb.).
The Splatter Brushes (included):
The Cross Hatching Brushes (included):
UPDATED TO V1.4 – December, 2016
This is the last update of the year and, again, there are changes to the main file:
three brushes from the ‘Comics’ section have been moved to the new ‘Fountain Pens’, so keep in mind that the numbering of some brushes has changed.
These new brushes (a total of 22) were specially created by a request from a user who was looking to emulate some traditional fountain pens: liquid black ink but including some subtle wash effect.
I’ve also added some more Ink Washings, a nice blender for washings and a new wash eraser. All the new brushes were added to the Reference Sheet and there’s a new video to preview these brushes in action:
To keep things organized the new set is provided separated from the main file, of course if you are interested to keep all the brushes in one file you could load the main set, then the fountain pen brushes and finally save it all together. This video tutorial could help:
My old ‘Cross Hatching’ brushes have been separated and expanded to a full set of 40 cross hatching brushes, this are special brushes to shade drawings, to enhance the details or to add value. I love this technique so… expect improvements.
Until today my ‘Splatter brushes’ were split, a few in a pack and another bunch in another pack. To avoid the repetition of brushes and to make easier the future upgrades I’ve gathered all in this new set, which includes some new impressive splatters.
An important TIP for my photoshop tool presets:
Most of this brushes & presets were created in Photoshop CC 2015 using a Wacom Intuos 4 Tablet.
Tested also in Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom Graphire 4 and a Cintiq Companion Hybrid.
RECOMMENDED SETUP: Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC to CC2017) plus a Wacom tablet.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Photoshop CS5.5 + Wacom tablet, but… with this setup do not expect to use the brushes in the exactly same way I created them. Photoshop CS6 is fine for this brushes.
Take note that the Wacom Graphire and Bamboo models has less pressure levels and the absence of some options (Eg.: there’s no TILT option for brushes).
Importante: Los clientes en Argentina tienen la opción de realizar sus pagos en efectivo, utilizando Rapipago y/o Pago Fácil, luego de optar por Mercado Pago como método de pago. Verán el costo del producto en pesos (cambio oficial del día) antes de concretar la operación en Mercado Pago.