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Perfectly Imperfect Brushes


Don't have the time to create realistic brushes for your pen and ink drawings? It does take a bit of work. Fortunately, Creative Tools 4 Artists heard you loud and clear!

Perfectly Imperfect Brush Kit includes:

38 Assorted Ink brushes (created from scratch using original art from Drew)

I created these brushes from scratch with love to use in my own work. They're inconsistent, pressure sensitive and sure to please! I hope you will enjoy them as much as I do.

Versions for CS4, 5, 6 on up to CC.

Get started with Perfectly Imperfect Brushes now for the realistic ink results you need!!

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How do you simulate ink bleed, etc. for more realism?

Great question! The way I go about this is pretty straightforward and I like the end result.
• First, remember to work in layers. Your linework/brushwork, should end up above the color layers. You can set the layer to "multiply" or not- whatever you think compliments the art.
• I like to add a hi-res scan of textured watercolor paper as a final top layer. Again, you can set this to "darken", "multiply", "overlay", "screen", etc..
• Blur everything below that paper layer at about .15%. Just enough to spread things out a little and simulate the bleed.

Hope this helps and thanks again for your support! Enjoy the brushes.