Fantastic! Thanks for your kind words and great support, Bas! I really appreciate it :) Pirategirl just entered my Free Paint Brush Set with links to your devianArt gallery and the video of the drawing process:
If you like me to change anything or could use a free custom brush, please let me know :)
PS: Just to make sure you didn't miss it, there are 15 new color palettes in my Free Swatches Set you may find useful.
Hi Georg, another message from the Netherlands :-) This time to let you know I really like your Worden brush in the Dirty Dozen brush set. It's the only brush I know that gives results like a Pentek brush pen. I've spent ages looking for such a brush, so big thanks to you! Alice and Harry enjoyed this terrific brush with me. You can also find a timelapse video of drawing Alice on
Hi Bas! Thanks so much for your kind words and sharing your wonderful artwork! I'm really glad you enjoy my Dirty Dozen brushes, and it's a pleasure to see that they are of such good use to you :D Since Savage devoted this sub-forum to free brushes, please share future work with my paid brushes in this Marketplace thread ;) Thanks again and keep up the great work! Cheers with butter-beer, Georg
[NEW Paint Brushes] Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that I added 2 versions of the BLENDING SCULPTOR brush to my FREE Paint Brush Set (alternate download via Sellfy).
Here's a short demo video:
The color runs out at the end of each brush stroke. Keep on painting without lifting your stylus/finger to blend with other colors/strokes and soften selected areas. With each new stroke, the brush gets loaded with color again.
Both brushes are sensitive to pressure, tilt, and velocity.
My classic wet oil paint brush now takes advantage the awesome new Procreate 4 brush features! It can be used in "Wet Paint" as well as in "Glaze" (marker) or "Normal" (multiply/ink) brush render mode. You can change the render mode anytime simply by clicking the respective button in the "Dynamics" tab of the brush menu.
This makes it a very versatile multi-purpose brush which works great with my new Bob Ross wet oil paint brushes but can be used as a stand-alone rough ink or marker brush too. I also optimized color flow, tilt and bleed settings.
I made this paper-textured marker as a brush request and free update for the COPICS Set. It reacts to your pen pressure, stroke speed, and tilt angle. Use it as an eraser or smudge tool to keep a consistent look and feel.
Hope you enjoy the new marker brush and find it useful.
The brush reacts to pressure, speed, and pen tilt.
TIP: • Paint your background or spooky pumpkin pattern in Orange. • Duplicate layer and change color to white (adjustments > color, saturation, brightness). • Set blend mode of the upper layer to color dodge (Cd).
To celebrate the 100th birthday of the great Jack Kirby, I made 3 dot and bubble brushes for adding his iconic KIRBY KRACKLES* to your artwork: • KIRBY DARK MATTER • KIRBY DOTS • KIRBY KRACKLE
*) Kirby Krackle (also known as Kirby Dots) is an artistic convention in superhero and science fiction comic books and similar illustrations, in which a field of black, pseudo-fractal images is used to represent negative space around unspecified kinds of energy. Kirby Krackles are typically used in illustrations of explosions, smoke, the blasts from ray guns, "cosmic" energy, and outer space phenomena. (Source: Wikipedia/Kirby_Krackles)
Fantastic Four #57 (December 1966) “Enter, Dr. Doom” page 5 panel 4, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott (from the Marvel Omnibus via Evolution of Kirby Krackle)
Here's a video tutorial that shows how to use Kirby Krackles for your comic art (works digitally the same way as analog, it's just a lot quicker and easier with the KIRBY brushes):
The brushes are not only great for comic art and illustrations, you can also use them for nice abstract dot patterns, colorful retro backgrounds, op art etc.