e→d brushes Sampler 001

Enjoy a brush with some of our most popular brushes -- for free! Get to know twenty of our nature, rocks & mountains, ink markers & blots, grassy twigs, and industrial brushes, all selected for your trialling pleasure!
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Inspiration

Artist Louis Meilleur Roy writes about how he created this piece The Corner . "I used the industrial pack with its brick, ladder and windows brushes to make this one. The rest is a combination of the texture brush and the cloud brushes. The composition of this piece is dominated by the empty roads which leads the eye in two diametrically opposed directions creating a strong sense of emptiness. Walking the streets of my hometown of Montreal, I’m always impressed by the silence and calm of some neighborhoods. There’s a great satisfaction in going through a deserted, but densely inhabited area. I must admit that the clouds are straight out of an Eugène Boudin painting, because when stealing skies, you might as well do it from the best! Managing the level of details in a piece like this is always the hardest part and I feel some areas could have been simplified, but overall the composition and the colours satisfies me enough and helps me pursue my work of finding the most interesting way to frame Montreal’s distinctive style."
Artist Louis Meilleur Roy writes about how he created this piece The Corner . "I used the industrial pack with its brick, ladder and windows brushes to make this one. The rest is a combination of the texture brush and the cloud brushes. The composition of this piece is dominated by the empty roads which leads the eye in two diametrically opposed directions creating a strong sense of emptiness. Walking the streets of my hometown of Montreal, I’m always impressed by the silence and calm of some neighborhoods. There’s a great satisfaction in going through a deserted, but densely inhabited area. I must admit that the clouds are straight out of an Eugène Boudin painting, because when stealing skies, you might as well do it from the best! Managing the level of details in a piece like this is always the hardest part and I feel some areas could have been simplified, but overall the composition and the colours satisfies me enough and helps me pursue my work of finding the most interesting way to frame Montreal’s distinctive style."

Quick Tip #1

Our "Stamp" brushes use the TILT feature of tablet pens which allows you to place the brush mark very deliberately on the canvas. The TILT feature is not supported in all pen tablet models so if the stamps don't rotate when you tilt your pen try modifying the angle manually in the "Brush Tip Shape" section of the brush properties panel.
Artist Louis Meilleur Roy writes about how he created this piece The Corner . "I used the industrial pack with its brick, ladder and windows brushes to make this one. The rest is a combination of the texture brush and the cloud brushes. The composition of this piece is dominated by the empty roads which leads the eye in two diametrically opposed directions creating a strong sense of emptiness. Walking the streets of my hometown of Montreal, I’m always impressed by the silence and calm of some neighborhoods. There’s a great satisfaction in going through a deserted, but densely inhabited area. I must admit that the clouds are straight out of an Eugène Boudin painting, because when stealing skies, you might as well do it from the best! Managing the level of details in a piece like this is always the hardest part and I feel some areas could have been simplified, but overall the composition and the colours satisfies me enough and helps me pursue my work of finding the most interesting way to frame Montreal’s distinctive style."

Quick Tip #2

When painting cliffs or mountains try blocking in your primary shapes and lighting before using Rocks & Mountains 001 brushes to add the details. Using your eraser or selection masks you can control which parts of the stamp are applied to your image.
Artist Louis Meilleur Roy writes about how he created this piece The Corner . "I used the industrial pack with its brick, ladder and windows brushes to make this one. The rest is a combination of the texture brush and the cloud brushes. The composition of this piece is dominated by the empty roads which leads the eye in two diametrically opposed directions creating a strong sense of emptiness. Walking the streets of my hometown of Montreal, I’m always impressed by the silence and calm of some neighborhoods. There’s a great satisfaction in going through a deserted, but densely inhabited area. I must admit that the clouds are straight out of an Eugène Boudin painting, because when stealing skies, you might as well do it from the best! Managing the level of details in a piece like this is always the hardest part and I feel some areas could have been simplified, but overall the composition and the colours satisfies me enough and helps me pursue my work of finding the most interesting way to frame Montreal’s distinctive style."

Technical specs

Adobe Photoshop CC 2017
.abr / 3.9 MB

Package content

This set includes a sample collection of 20  handcrafted brushe strokes from our larger brush sets.

Installation instructions

Simply add theses files to your Photoshop \ Presets \ Brushes folder or import brushes in the Photoshop Brushes panel. PDF Instructions