- 2021-08-07: a video with full description of the brush was added, as promised in the original introduction.
My brushes are in constant evolution, and yesterday evening I thought it was time to pack the ones that survived more than a year of production without too much mutations. I collected this way a pack of 18 brushes, cleaned a bit the thumbnails, names and created the Krita bundle.
These brushes are now classics for my practice and part of my vocabulary. Maybe they'll help you too? To get an idea before installing them, here under is a set of pictures to present you the brushes and where I used them (you can click on the picture to enlarge them).
Instructions to download the brush and install them comes after.
- Ytb: https://youtu.be/UrmoHqPUfTg
- Ptb: https://peertube.touhoppai.moe/videos/watch/21b1e2dd-89b2-4d51-85be-7d6721a8e669
Here is a direct link: 2021-08-05_Deevad_2021.zip
- Download the zip.
- Extract the file.
- Open Krita and go to Setting > Manage Resources
- Press the Import Bundles button (or import Resources in Krita 5), and find the extracted file on your disk.
- Press Ok, Restart Krita.
The brushe bundle doesn't come with a "tag", the brushes blends well with the default brush kit. You'll probably have to hunt a bit for them in the list. I tested them on Krita 4.4.5 and also on Krita 5~dev. I hope they'll install easily on your side.
This brushes are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 to "David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com". This attribution is necessary in case of redistributing the pack, commercializing it, or modifying the brushes files. This attribution is not necessary in case of usage (you can paint any artwork you want with it, you still own totally your artwork). This attribution is not necessary in case of doing screenshot/screenrecording of Krita while using the brushes.