Made with brushes and textures in Photoshop.
Brusheezy is a site for sharing Photoshop brushes and other resources. Since I’ve used other people’s brushes in the past, I decided to make a set to share with the community. I have made many, many brushes in the past for my own use, but it was difficult to come up with images that I would be happy to donate to the public domain. I wanted a set that would be useful, unique and interesting.
Luckily, my collection of Japanese TV monsters saved the day (again). I just knew they would turn out to be a good investment.
Here is the preview:
You can download this first set of 10 brushes from Brusheezy here.
If you would like to learn how to make your own brushes in Photoshop, there are hundreds of lessons out there.
If you don’t know the kind of Japanese TV monsters I’m talking about, here are some of the best:
Light, sound, motion that washes this place, then the next. I breathe out, someone breathes in.
Look there, then look away. It becomes a memory. Look again. Away. The first memory, the second. Both are true.
Drawn on the last page of the beautiful leather sketchbooks given to us at the Aegean Center. I wish I knew the name of this plant (and had brought back some seeds). They were all over the island of Paros and had wonderful textures. There are similar plants here in BC but they don’t grow as tall nor as thick.
Maquette of The Nile
Drawn during the Italian semester at the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts.
Views of Venice and Siena from my sketchbook. Drawn during the Italian semester at the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts.
Sketches from around the villa in Pistoia where we lived during the Italian semester at the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts.
Giordano Bruno in Rome.
Three sketches of statues from our time in Italy with the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts.
Little old lady
Pen and ink
Do-Ink @ Little Mountain Studios
Draw: Thu. June 8
View: Fri. June 9