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#10907022 Apr 08, 2015 at 06:33 PM · Edited 7 years ago
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So I got asked earlier today what brushes I was using during my art stream today. For years now I've been collecting brushes by various artists I follow as well as watching their videos of their speed paints and picking up tips and tricks along the way. So here's a master post of art resources I've found helpful for my career!

Photoshop Brushes:

Tutorials:

I will update as I can find more! Some I've had for so long I forget the source, so I'll have to do some digging!
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#10907726 Apr 08, 2015 at 11:34 PM
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HNNNNG I LOVE YOU.


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#10908525 Apr 09, 2015 at 05:34 AM
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Very useful resources, I myself with take a look at it. I am fairly sure that the others that are more artistic than me can find this extremely useful. :-)
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#10909311 Apr 09, 2015 at 10:27 AM
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This is really awesome ;u; I love this!

Too bad I don't use photoshop to draw like everyone I know ever. I'm too spoiled using the pen stabilizer to even draw without it, like I don't understand how people can draw so smoothly. I'm so jealous.
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#10911424 Apr 09, 2015 at 07:51 PM
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#10909311 Lottie wrote:

This is really awesome ;u; I love this!

Too bad I don't use photoshop to draw like everyone I know ever. I'm too spoiled using the pen stabilizer to even draw without it, like I don't understand how people can draw so smoothly. I'm so jealous.



I actually have very shaky hands. I don't know why that is exactly, but it makes drawing traditionally pretty frustrating for me at times.

Not everyone uses Photoshop, though, for their digital art. SAI is another favorite out there because it gives a more traditional look and feel to digital pieces. If I can find the source of it, there's also digital painting software out there that is designed to mimic traditional mediums, and the results are actually quite beautiful.

Another helpful tool in painting digitally is the use of a tablet. The industry standard appears to typically go with Wacom Cintiqs, which are monitor screen sized tablets that allow you to manipulate your digital paintbrush with your stylus pen to the screen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFCrpjwZ-hE
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#10919122 Apr 11, 2015 at 07:24 PM
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I actually use SAI for my art which is how I got spoiled with the stablizer. There is also Fire Alpaca which is good. I currently use an intuos for all my needs. But omg that tablet is so amazing. I wish I had money for it. ;n;


Either way, you do such amazing art. I hope to get there one day.
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