More Photoshop Brushes from Adobe CC
8 General Brushes
6 Dry Media Brushes
6 Wet Media Brushes
8 Special Effects Brushes
After taking a closer look, I found that there are 1000s of digital brushes available for download and they are free with your Creative Cloud membership. I didn't hesitate one minute before I grabbed the new brushes and started painting. So just what do you get?
These free brushes, available for download from a special page on the Adobe website, are created by Kyle T. Webster and work in both Photoshop CC and Photoshop Sketch for iPad. At the end of 2018, there are 17 brush packs for download. You will want to return to this page occasionally for updates and new packs.
Winter 2018 Brushes - 26 brushes including inks, paints and special effects
Megapack - 300 tools, several media, blenders and erasers
Watercolor - wet media brushes with built-in textures
Dry Media - dry media brushes with pronounced textures and some smudge tools too
Gouache - reminiscent of the 1950s and 60s art brushes. Use your pen tablet to control the amount of paint on brush
Spatter - 40+ brushes. Use your pen tablet to control the amount of spatter and direction
Runny Inkers - blotty, dotty lines
Manga Brushes - line work and halftone brushes, effects, sketch pencil and eraser
Crosshatchers - 50 crosshatching tools, tilt and pressure responsive
Rake Brushes - multiline strokes, shapes and textures
Impressionist - subtle color to energetic, reminiscent of French Impressionists
Letterers - 100+ tools for lettering artists, works with Photoshop Smoothing feature
Halftones - 100+ pressure-sensitive tools for halftone patterns and screentone brushes
Copier - mimics old time photocopy textures
Concept - special brushes for special effects and textures, such as foliage, clouds, rocks and more
Art Markers - digital markers with paper texture, stroke build-up and bleeding edges
Summer 2018 Brushes - inking, washes, stains and texture brushes
How to Download
- Open the menu in the Brushes panel and choose Get More Brushes (see screenshot).
This will take you to that special webpage.
- Choose a brush pack and download the .abr or .zip file. Unzip the Zip file.
From the Zip file, you will have a .abr brush file and a .pdf list of brushes (see screenshot). Or you might just have the .abr file.
- With photoshop open, double-click the .abr file to import the brushes.
The brushes will appear in the Brushes panel (see screenshot).
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