brushsets

15 04 2013

over the weekend I created some new brushes for my photoshop-brushset #761. the set consists so far of 69 brushes, what brings the total amount of brushes up to an estimated 20.000. below is a test for a ‘halftone’-brush in that same set, I used it to paint some different looking clouds in the STORMY AFTERNOON test. I add as well a compilation of a few more tests for some of the other brushes in that set.

brush 761-16
1stormy sea
2new brushes TESTS 4-13


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16 04 2013
Jared Shear

Nice! I picked up your brush book a few years ago. I still find myself using them in my today.

16 04 2013
poppylocke

These brushes are amazing! Is the book mentioned by the above poster still available? – I couldn’t find it myself after a bit of a search, and I would love to chase down a copy

from hans –
my book DESIGNED BRUSHES FOR PHOTOSHOP was published by BORN DIGITAL in tokyo, japan around 2006. it contained a DVD with about 7.500 brushes. in the meantime I have done 3 times more. from what I heard it is impossible to get the book even through amazon japan. I can’t even reach the publisher because nobody understands english. maybe time for a new book…

16 04 2013
poppylocke

Thanks for the reply – that’s such a shame it’s impossible to get hold of now..! I’ll keep fingers and toes crossed for a new book in the future

17 04 2013
SharpenedPixel

A lot of people are release brush sets through a lot various channels right now. You probably have the most comprehensive set around and I wouldn’t be surprised if you could charge $20 direct to most people and they would be lining up around the block to download it. The most recent set I purchased was from Kyle Webster and you can probably try to reach him at support@gumroad.com. I’d love to get my hands on these, but not without you getting paid for them. Amazing work as always.

25 04 2013

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