A natural media watercolour brush which responds to pressure in both opacity and to a lesser extent, size. Useful as a line brush at small sizes while also being versatile enough to serve as a fill in wash. The Frontier brush has enough edge and surface texture to provide an organic natural media feel while at the same time remains subtle enough to not overwhelm the artists subject matter. Suitable for drawing sketching as well as painting.
Painted entirely with the Frontier watercolour Photoshop brush tool
A Sharply defined bold and thick Photoshop oil brush with a conspicuous profile. This oil brush starts and ends with a crisp opaque layer of opaque paint that clumps and clears occasionally as if applied without regard to thinner of any kind. For excitement in your digital paintings this brush is for those who can’t wait to get the contents of a tube of oil paint liberally exclaimed onto the canvas, sparing no expense in it’s application.
brush strokes of the Picky Fuss Photoshop oil brush
A broad, messy edged wash brush with a variable width. This wet, light wash has a light fill, with a medium texture and dark grain flaws giving it a rich and spontaneous organic feel. A natural brush that can work at low opacities. At a reduced width Pasteup can also be used as a line or sketching brush but it shines as a broad and loose wash or fill.
brush stroke characteristics of Pasteup digital watercolour brush
Painted with Pasteup watercolour Photoshop brush
This painting was coloured using only the PasteUp watercolour Photoshop brush (the outlines were done with a standard brush)
Timelapse video of the Striped Shirt Boy painting being painted with the Pasteup brush. The original painting took about 10 minutes to paint, it has been sped up here to last about 1 minute.