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Manga Studio 5, Frankly Booth sorta custom Brush.
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Published: January 13, 2015
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I'm into custom tailoring Brushes for my Manga Studio. Here's a  express Booth brush. 
I still need to crack a way to do dry brush and energetic bristle strokes. 
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1882x1820px 1.94 MB
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Adobe Photoshop CC (Windows)
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DaveCummings's avatar
forgive me for asking,  but is there any way you can make that brush available, like you did the Manapul brush? 
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ScruffyScribbler|Hobbyist General Artist
i suggest looking into Frenden brushes (which you've probably heard of) and google this term 'DAUB brushes' for manga studio... also, feel free to share this brush! looks nice. 
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GregSkrtic|Professional Traditional Artist
Always have time for a new portrait of the Dark Knight!  Very nice!  
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ARTofANT|Professional Digital Artist
Nice! Love Manga Studio! I created a dry brush. It's not perfect but it's not bad. Feel free to give it a shot let me know what you think. www.dropbox.com/s/zi53zmg7kouw…
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YanickPaquette|Professional Traditional Artist
Dude!! that's pretty cool. I love it. Long brush tips keep the stroke characters. Awesome.
I'll get to work see if i can expend on this idea 
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ARTofANT|Professional Digital Artist
Exactly! I also used multiple brush tips and told the brush to randomly alternate between them. Makes it even more organic. I'd love to see what you do with it.
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YanickPaquette|Professional Traditional Artist
Strangely, Brush tip don't seems to alternate here. They cycle but starting again with Brush 1 at every new stroke. Are you sure you are archiving first stroke randomness?
 
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Stephen-Green's avatar
Very kinetic and also a very new look. Effective and exciting!
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artistjerrybennett|Professional General Artist
Excellent.

If you figure it out the dry/energetic strokes, please share! 
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TimTownsend|Professional General Artist
Love it!!!!
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ChristopherStevens's avatar
Cool! I discovered a way of doing dry brush and energetic bristle strokes. You take a brush and some ink and use them on paper. I kid!
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YanickPaquette|Professional Traditional Artist
haha. word of wisdom ;)
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urban-barbarian's avatar
I love it!  Very cool!
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CharlyChive|Professional Digital Artist
Thats a cool brush for MS, can wait to see other ones :)
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shaotemp|Professional Digital Artist
Great stuff!
Yea, I love messing with those brush setting in MS.
I used Photoshop and Sketchbook Pro and found MS to be my favorite. 
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