More brushes, yay!
You MAY freely use and modify these brushes and use them for personal and professional work alike.You MAY
share brushes you've made using my brushes as a base, as long as you share them for free and direct people back to this original post.
You MAY NOT sell these brushes or any derivatives of them.
If after trying out the brushes you're overcome with gratitude I do have a ko-fi page here
However, please don't buy me coffee unless you can afford to do so without it having a negative impact on your quality of life. I don't want anyone ending up worse off because of me.
I set out to make a basic all-round set, but as always ended up with far too many. I probably shouldn't have included half of them, but I've decided to leave them all in so you can give them a try and get rid of the ones you don't like.
I was about to list their various characteristics and usage, but I'm not sure anyone reads this bit so I might just as well not. If you are reading, please do note that most of them behave quite differently depending on whether or not the 'Mix ground color' setting is active.
I'm especially happy with the way the two 'Charcoal' brushes turned out, so please do give those two a try.
I do feel I should mention that the 'Freckles' brush is heavily inspired by a brush that's the 'Speckly Brush' in a set of Photoshop brushes by Loish, or the 'Snow' brush in a set by Jonas De Ro. It's not exactly the same, but it has very much the same idea.
I hope you enjoy these brushes as much as I do, and that they might perhaps inspire you to create something new!