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Inkers for Adobe Photoshop

Inkers by Guerillacraft is a collection of 84 ink drawing brushes for Adobe Photoshop!

I worked on these brushes pretty hard and so long! It took me over 500 hours of work to get it together, but I am really satisfied with a final result. I use them regularly in my illustrations - so basically, this is my core set of brushes I didn't have before!

There is a wide range of brushes - from thin ink nibs to old raggy inky brushes. They are great for line art and adding textures too!

Whether you are an illustrator, a comic artist or a letterer, I am sure you will find a perfect brush for you in this collection!

You can achieve various illustration styles with this diverse brush pack! From 1950s pen and ink illustration style to sharper and clean looking comic art.

Do you love lettering? There are right brushes for you! Choose one of the ink markers and start drawing letters. All brushes are pressure sensitive!

What will you get:

  • 84 ink brushes for Adobe Photoshop - all brushes are pressure sensitive
  • Including brushes for drawing and dynamic texturing - no stamp brushes!
  • Quick cheatsheet with every brush stroke and its name - 100% scale
  • Customer support as usually!

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