A Photoshop charcoal brush with a really slow build build up for maximum range in coverage gradient ramps. Even though this brush has quite a long build up to full coverage it starts off with quite a bit of 'tooth' even at the low end. This charcoal is fairly greasy and less dusty giving it a slight pastel feel
A new free brush will be available here on Monday April 30th!
*Requires Photoshop CS5 or higher and a pressure sensitive graphics tablet
The brushes given away here are from the GrutBrushes collection of natural media brushes for digital painting and drawing which include brushes that simulate Oil, Oil Impasto, Pencil, Chalk, Charcoal, Watercolour, ink and other art media found in the real world. You can get them all for just $20
How To Install the Free Photoshop Brushes
How to Install the free brush of the week
These brushes are TPL files, not ABR files. to install them, simply drag the TPL file into Photoshop (only the tpl!). You will then find the brush in the Tool Preset Panel (Window > Tool Presets)
Don’t see any brushes? uncheck the ‘current tool only’ box at the bottom of the Tool Presets panel. More help here
Free LightSaber Photoshop Brushes
The Lightsaber Photoshop brushes to add Lightsabers to your Photos
(See more in this post) Format: TPL
Inky Leaks Splatter Brushes for Photoshop is a set of 100 messy, splattery pressure responsive brushes. These brushes are dynamic brush tools that generate realistic looking ink splashes, splatter, smudges and other digital messes click here to see them in action.
Cloud FX Cloud Brushes for Photoshop is a set of 50 realistic dynamic cloud brushes for digital artists. These are not stencil-stamp brushes, they are dynamic cloud brush tools for Photoshop that generate realistic looking clouds click here to see many sample before and after images.
I just got all of your brushes, and they’re amazing! They work in such a realistic way! I’d been looking for Photoshop watercolor brushes like them for a while, but was starting to think I’d have to buy Corel Painter to get the type of realism that I wanted. Now I can keep using Photoshop! Thanks! -Savanna