My first ever brushpack! I have some lovely brushes I use (recommendations at the bottom of the description) but was trying to find a specific looking brush the other day, and after browsing around I thought I'll give it a go to make my own.
The pack is completely free to download and use for any project, personal or commercial, and you don't have to credit me anywhere (I would of course love to see what you make with the brushes if you want to share!). Just do not claim these as your own creation.
The pack includes lots of tips for the brushes as well, from general fur painting tips to settings you can use to adjust these even more.
They're free but you're able to set a price on it if you'd like - tips are welcome and hugely appreciated but not required of course!
Works in Photoshop versions CS3 upwards. Also you can technically make them work in Manga Studio/Clip Studio Paint by using this tutorial:Tutorial: Convert Photoshop brush to Manga Studio
Some brushes I normally use as well are from these packs:artsammich.blogspot.co.uk/2013…
(the Bristle Blend in this pack is my #1 favourite blending brush ever)soldatnordsken.deviantart.com/…edsfox.deviantart.com/art/Edsf…loish.deviantart.com/art/the-l…witherlings.deviantart.com/art…
Do these brushes work in other programs?
Probably not, UNLESS you can use .ABR brush files and even then some of the settings might not transfer over properly. I only use Photoshop myself and can't tell if they work in other programs or not, the best way is just to google "can (program name) use photoshop brushes" etc.!
You can download these for free so nothing's stopping you from giving it a go! :}
I also don't have time to learn how to make brushes in other programs sadly or convert these.