Okay - more about this Set... As usual when i create Brushes i set the Focus on Digital Painttools (Simulating Real brushes/pencils) and Texturing with "premade" Effects and special brushes like Grass/Clouds/Foliage and so on. But for nearly every Brush, i had on my mind, that it is usable in a lot of different ways and that it is not to specific.
Every Brush in the Set is fine adjusted so that you could start painting without worrying about dynamics or Brush Settings too much.
So here is what you get:
- all brushes organized by usage
- 162 different Brush Tips
- 70 Dynamics
- 251 Presets
- The Brushes are made for the use with a pressure sensitiv device (Graphic Tablet). You can use them with a mouse - but with a tablet its more fun^^
- The Brushes are made with Gimp 2.8.4; All Presets/BrushTips and Dynamics are made by me. There is nothing modified or copied from other Sets in it!
- The content is free to use commercial and non-commercial (CC-0).
(included in the Download)
Extension: The Gimp TextureBox
License: CC-0 (Public Domain)
Iffy news you may have heard about or noticed yourself: GIMP 2.10 seems to have changed how tool presets are read and written. In fact, for a while I couldn't get the defaults that came with GIMP to act right because they wouldn't remember stuff like brush hardness (it would always be at 100). But GIMP 2.10.20 seems to have fixed it and I was finally able to properly remake the defaults accurately. It took a while though as I had to bounce back and forth between the files themselves and GIMP to get the values right.
Which brings me to the next part since while it seems doable to convert tool presets for the new GIMP, it's annoyingly time consuming as it's almost like having to remake things from scratch since you'd have to go through every tool preset and see if it works right and/or if GIMP can even read it to show it in the list, then remake it if it doesn't. So I don't know if you'd be up to doing that and I wouldn't blame you if you weren't given the time commitment. I'm just giving the iffy news and letting you decide.
That all being said though, brushes and dynamics still work fine so this pack is incredibly useful as always anyway even without tool presets.