I've put these brushes under a Creative Commons license. You're welcome to use them on your own pieces, pick them apart and make new brushes, and to redistribute this brush pack modified or unmodified.
I already uploaded these on my account a while ago, but I figured I'd upload them here too
These are FREE.
These brushes were made in CS3,
These brushes will not behave properly in GIMP and they will probably not work on PS7
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Wanted to throw together some brushes for you guys. Mostly this is for sketching, concept and speed paints. They're simple, and there aren't a lot, but hey. Photoshop's real media brushes SUCK In my own opinion. If you like them, what ever?
Anyway, these were inspired by some of the ones from MyPaint.
Theres pencils, charcoal, some paint, inks, a shitty copic marker, and a texture brush.
Hope you like!
Free to use both commercially and non commercially. You don't have to credit me here or anywhere else. If someone asks, please tell them where you got them. If you post this brush pack on another site, ASK me first, and you MUST link back! You may not take credit for these brushes or sell them. I'd like to see a link of where you use them but you don't have to ^^' It would be nice if you faved when you downloaded ^^'
Deep in the sandy desert, hidden by dunes and mirages, the Wind Temple stands, abandoned long ago by its ancient builders. To this day, the Temple produces an eerie howl when the warm desert winds fly though it.
And that's all I know about it.
This is an entry for an exotic environments contest.
Okay, I'm writing everything down in the artist's comments because I am a terrible speller, I wrote very quickly here, and to give people the opportunity to translate the writing.
The Topside of the wings are on the right. The underside of the wings are on the left.
.The top row of wings is the External Anatomy. On the Topside the feathers overlap each other starting from the base of the wing. On the Underside the feathers overlap each other starting from the end of the wing.
.The second row is a sample where I put the flow line. It is basically a stick version of the placement of the bones.
.The bottom row is what the wing looks like under the feathers. I can't say this is 100% accurate but I did my best. The Zoobooks "Birds of Prey" helped me out a bit.
.Tip: Bird wings are very thin. So, when drawing them try to imagine the wing flowing like a piece of really thick cloth--like that of a blanket comforter or something.
1/2/11 As of now I'm ill and don't have a whole lot of energy to devote to thorough, accurate drawings. So, you will just have to settle for this.