Brushes for Photoshop
I thought we might share our collective knowledge of brushes we use, I found this today in my You Tube feed, and just tested it...
You can find the tutorial here... for making your own Watercolor Brush!
I'd like to offer up my own older tutorial series for watercolor brushes in Photoshop:
Zoe's Watercolors in Photoshop Tutorial
This technique is one of several methods to get realistic watercolor effects in Photoshop.
I also sell my own brush set which automates this process in a slightly different way:
(I made a discount for ya'll so you can get $5 off if you enter the code: svslearn)
Here's some examples of pieces painted with those brushes:
Hope people find this helpful!
Grutbrushes has a great collection of "natural" brushes. They also have the "free brush of the week" feature and other freebies, so you can test them.
Zoe's Watercolors in Photoshop Tutorial. It's a great resource for those interested in digital watercolor/gouache painting. I did also try other methods and I think it's one of the most efficient and appealing.
Anyway I prefer to create my own brushes, textures, etc. I think It's allways a profit to know deeply our tools, specially if we can adapt and tweak them to fit our needs. I'll upload some samples ASAP.
I'm looking for some natural brushes, which imitate fur. Has anybody an idea, where to find them?
@bernadetta Aaron Blaise (great artist that used to work for Disney) has lots of brushes for sale on his site - https://creatureartteacher.com/product-category/tutorials-lessons/brush-texture-sets/
@Chip-Valecek thanks a lot!!! Btw great site ;)