Thanks your welcome. The splatty watercolour brushes are fun
I have to say Rob’s brushes are cool. I just downloaded and tried them out.
I can blend so much faster in Painter than I can in Photoshop. I might just make the transition and do most of the painting in Painter from now on. I like my custome pencil brush is photoshop much better though. It almost works as well as a real pencil.
There are certain things that I know I can only do in photoshop. Dang it, now I will have to switch between both programs. And nothing works better for inking than illustrator.
Glad you like 'em.
Got a link to your custom Photoshop pencil brush?
When I ink, I choose Painter over Photoshop (no contest), but I’ve never use Illustrator so how does that compare to Painter for inking–especially clean and expressive line quality?
IMO, Illustrator is awesome. I made a video showing my settings and did a few strokes.
For some reason the brushes I save as a file named mybrushes.arb doesn’t show up in my brushes folder, but that is where I saved it. When I open photoshop the file is there for me to load, but the file is not in my brushes folder when I check the folder so I could zip it and put it online.
Until I figure out how to find the abr file so I can share it with others, I made a video showing how to create my real pencil brush.
I have worked with this brushes and I find she first class