Happy Monday everybody! Today's Photoshop brushes are for painting still water reflections. They were requested by emmasillanpaa
For brush requests, ideas for future brush sets, or related questions you can email me at email@example.com
The set contains three different brushes:
- The first brush has a heavy texture, it is best used on a separate "screen" layer on top of the background.
- The second brush can be used with the color of the main light source. You can achieve depth by tilting your pen.
- The third one is best for painting indoor water with few highlights. It has a bit of a "spa-ish" feel to it.
Establish your base with the gradient tool or a soft round brush and use these brushes to add the highlights.
Experiment with blending modes such as Color Dodge, Lighten, Screen, Luminosity and Multiply. Color Dodge is your best friend when going for this effect.
For extra details use the default pressure sensitive soft brush set on Color Dodge.
All my brushes are FREE to use both in commercial and personal art.
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I ran into the same problem. I tried repeatedly. Finally, I googled the item and found an old site with a link to the very same page here on DeviantArt and the exact same URL, but, for some reason, it worked and I was finally able to download a zip file versus the empty html file it was previously downloading. This is the "back door" I came in through (it's just a link on their page, really): https://naldzgraphics.net/100-absolutely-free-refreshing-photoshop-water-brushes/
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Your results may vary, lol, BUT I hope it works for you any any others running into this same problem! I am perplexed, as it is the same exact URL. Maybe with server demands, which are probably high, sometimes it is "momentarily" unavailable? So, perhaps one can just "keep trying" after several minutes. I'm still not sure! But best of luck! :)