Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Playing with brushes




I've noticed the brushes I'm using aren't that fun for higher res stuff-they're a little sterile. So I was playing with others tonight. These seem to ailias down nicely but hold up at detail. A little slower than I'm used to, but not obnoxious.

8 comments:

S.D. said...

Very good work, I like a lot the rendering of your new brushes on this funny bird!

Roland Mechael said...

yup, this one's better than your recent posts... ;) but i like the bnw dude below....;)

marcobucci said...

That is fantastic! Your design sense just clicks with me, man. Brushes are looking good too. I haven't gotten very knowledgeable with painter's brush creator (assuming this is painter?). Tend to mess around more with photoshop.

Alexiev said...

Very good... I love your work...

best regards...

sarah said...

Cute bird! What brushes are these?I'm trying to discover new brushes too.

Mark Behm said...

Thanks everybody. Hey Sarah, there are a bunch in painter that act like this. Mostly this was an experiment with a slightly modified smeary round that I downloaded from a forum maybe 6 years ago. But it acts a lot like the standard smeary round. Now I'm messing with the Oil's round camel hair. But I removed the dramatic size affect with pen pressure. Just playing around.

Sebastien Gallego said...

Hey Mark,

It seems like you are getting better and better at every post!
I really enjoy coming to your blog.

Keep posting!

Anonymous said...

:)