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Water Colour Copic Brushes

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Published: December 4, 2009
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Libberachi's avatar
Libberachi Digital Artist
Also, as long as I don't share with anyone, and/or give you a copy to sell at your discretion (it's obviously all up to you, as they're your brushes :) ), may I convert these to work with other programs such as GIMP (which these days is almost identical to Photoshop) or possibly Krita (which does some amazing brush-related stuff that Photoshop could only ever dream of, and is FREE), MediBang Paint (my fave sketching program at the moment, almost as awesome as Krita with the sheer amount of brush options & settings, and again, free - although you have to sign in to use it...), etc.? Of course, again, if you allow any, the limitations would be up to you. I would NOT change the brushes themselves (the bitmaps, and whatever else you'd like, *NOT* mucked with, should you allow them to be used at all), just basically convert them for use in other program(s) if you allow it.

And if you want, of course, if there's any sort of change beyond converting formats (like having to redo or remake a setting so it works in said program(s)), I would ask if you want before changing anything. Basically, I'd just be converting them and if there are ANY changes that need to be made, I'd keep things as close as humanly possible to the original.

Sorry for making such a long comment, I just wanted to let you know that I take your work & copyrights seriously. If you say no, well, that's that and I won't bother you anymore. Thanks for reading, though! I hope I didn't take up too much of your time.
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    You are free to change anything you like, though I would definitely like a copy of ones that work in other programs because I use some of those too and would like to be able to use them as well as add them to the download for anyone who buys. ^^ Thank you for your consideration, it means a lot. Just let me know if you make anything with them, alright? I have a cloud mist paint brush too but I don't know how easy that one is to translate over since it's a smudge brush.
Libberachi's avatar
Libberachi Digital Artist
Oh, you are so awesome and generous! Thank you! I'll definitely let you know when I get around to converting them, and/or using them. And of course, I'll send you a link, I'll probably upload the converted brushes to stash.

There are plenty of programs nowadays that use the smudge option. It may work a little differently, or have a different name, but it's in pretty much everything I've mentioned and then some. :) GIMP, like I said, is comparable to Photoshop itself now, especially if you add certain open source/free plug-ins. It's a little uglier/clunkier looking, but again, it has pretty much the same capabilities. It even has paths and a curves function like Photoshop does. Converting Photoshop brushes to GIMP brushes is easier than converting to other programs, if I remember correctly.
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Thank you so much! If you do this I will throw in my other brush/smudge brush for free and send that to you if it helps. ^^
Libberachi's avatar
Libberachi Digital Artist
Just outta curiosity, does this actually have a "personal, non-commercial" use only agreement, or was that just shit DA made up? Thankya. Also thankya for the brushes. :3
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    dA says it but I won't enforce it, you can use them for commercial use if you like~
Libberachi's avatar
Libberachi Digital Artist
Aww, thank you! I can't do commercial at the moment (have some chronic illnesses that make it extremely difficult to finish anything in a reasonable amount of time), but once I've gotten my health back on track, I'm hoping to actually make money off my art, lol. So again, thank you. :)
RoseyVaporeon's avatar
RoseyVaporeonHobbyist Traditional Artist
would this work with "Krita"?
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    I am not familiar with Krita but it should be an ABR (adobe brush) file. If they allow ABR plugins, it should work just fine. ^^
anjyil's avatar
anjyilHobbyist General Artist
Well, these are cool ^_^  How fortunate that I actually had some points!  One thing I noticed is that the watery brush seems to have a bit of a drag to it.  None of the other brushes seem to have this issue and work beautifully, and I love the swatch!  trying to get into "brighter" colors and this will help me immensely. :)
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Thank you so much, I hope these help. ^^ I hope I can figure out how to fix the drag issue, it may be too many settings or the rendering settings in photoshop. But operating systems and different computers can be so unique, it's hard to tell.
anjyil's avatar
anjyilHobbyist General Artist
Very possible.  i have had this happen a few time with free brushes as well.  It very well could just be that I am a heavy multi-tasker, but I generally think it would affect all brushes at that point.  If no one else is having issues with the brush, then it is just my computer ^_^  It wouldn't surprise me, honestly, but there are too many comments to search through.  Anyway, I do love the brushes and the swatches.  I hope to put them to good use ^_^
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    ^^ Show me what you do with them if you get the chance!
anjyil's avatar
anjyilHobbyist General Artist
No problem ^_^  I have to do a lot of practicing with them, though. :D
ynne-black's avatar
ynne-black Digital Artist
Are there somewhere more examples of these brushes being used?
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Yes, they're used in most of my artwork. Not my vector art(because those are made with the paint bucket and gradients), but paintings and sketches.
SW-Art-and-Design's avatar
SW-Art-and-DesignProfessional General Artist
These are wonderful, thanks for uploading them.
I will definitely make good use of them :la:
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Thank you!! I'm glad you like them.
SW-Art-and-Design's avatar
SW-Art-and-DesignProfessional General Artist
They are really great to work with, I love them
PhoenixCoreArt's avatar
PhoenixCoreArtProfessional General Artist
Damn it!...Looks like I'm gonna have to buy this. Oh well looks great.
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Glad you like them. ^^
Tsuikachu's avatar
TsuikachuHobbyist
purchased it, hope it'll be useful
ZachsAnomaIy's avatar
ZachsAnomaIyProfessional Digital Artist
    Thank you! Hope you find some use for it. ^^
primepalindrome's avatar
primepalindromeProfessional Digital Artist
Very useful, high functionality and easy to install. Thanks for making this. 
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