This is my "Reservoir Dogs" illustration; I drew the characters in 2006. Last week, I started to colour the drawing, using Photoshop. Today, you can check out the final result.
"Reservoir Dogs" is one of my favourite movies ever, as well as my favourite film by Quentin Tarantino. Now, I'm thinking about doing another drawing, with a similar composition, but starred by the members of the newest Tarantino's gang of bad guys, the inglourious basterds. Meanwhile, I hope you like this illustration.
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This is the set of brushes that I currently use. I like them because many of them do a great job of mimicking the look and feel of traditional media.
I've gathered them from many sources over the past couple of years, and I organized and named them according to what properties they have, so the best way to view them (at first, at least) is to set your brush presets to the "small list" or "large list" in order to see the categories and names, and also have brush settings window open as well so that you can see the brush stroke of the selected brush.
And although I already categorized them, I would recommend that you separate the pack into a few different sets, so that that there aren't so many brushes to navigate through. When you need a brush from another category, simply load that set!
The soft pastel brush has color dynamic, so pick 2 colors that are somewhat similar to get the right effect. The 3 mixer brushes are intended to be used with the mixer brush only. All other brushes can be used with any tool. Read the rules below or on preview image:
Please fav before download. You can use them on anything commercial or non-commercial. If you use them on a game or movie that has credits, then it would make me feel fuzzy inside if you put me credits where you do the special thanks or something. Please do not re-post the brushes anywhere else on the internet. If you think they are useful than let other people know about them
*Click download link in the top right for the file*
My workhorse brush... Kind of a pastel/chalk/charcoal type of thing, I use this to paint pretty much everything. Great for soft clouds, hard rocks and smooth gradients without the airbrushed look digital art is often criticised for.
Good for details and large areas alike, just change the brush size frequently and you can't go wrong. Not great for super crisp edges though.
Lower the opacity to 20-30 percent for blending.
Angle jitter is set to direction, so should have full functionality on any basic tablet.
I've slightly tweaked the original, but cannot for the life of me remember where I first downloaded it from. Credit to the original creator, whoever that person is!
Created in PSCS3, will show up as 'Oil Pastel' at the bottom of your brush list once imported.