Divided into three categories, inkers, painters, and pencils, these new tools build upon the over 50 previously released brushes and bring the total brush count to more than 75.
This Version 3 set adds inkers, gritty brush pens, dry sumi brushes, water color tools, oil paints, and new real pencil presets.
The included Hairpin Sable brush is my new favorite digital inking tool. It attempts to replicate the full-belly snap of a real sable brush thanks to a tailor-made pressure curve.
The Dry Brush Pen and Gritty Brush Pen variants add analog warmth to your inked lines.
The three new Sumi Brush tools are great for lettering or inking, showing some fade and tooth in their marks.
Five new Watercolor Brush tools add more texture and depth and three new Oil Brush tools add more blending control and range than the stock Manga Studio offerings.
Eight new Real Pencil tools round out the set, emulating a 4H to 6B range of real pencil hardnesses. New Red and Blue Real Pencil variants for layout are also included.
If you’ve purchased my Version 2 set, you can buy just these new tools at a discounted rate. And, if you’re new to my tools, you can buy the full set at a limited time, introductory price:
If you’d like to give some of these brushes a whirl, you can download a sample pack by paying with a tweet!
Manga Studio has the most amazing brush engine of any drawing app I’ve ever used, but, let’s face it, the default brushes sort of…
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One of a pair of commissions for a fellow science-loving friend. If you want a commission, you can find my email address in the sidebar of my website. If you have what it takes (a computer).
Holmes and Watson
Weathering Fights - Science: What’s It Up To?
Science claims it’s working to cure disease, save the planet and solve the greatest human mysteries, but Aasif Mandvi finds out what it’s really up to.
Noelle Nikpour “Scientist are the only ones qualified to comment on scientific theory!”
Daily Show Interviewer Aasif Mandvi “That would be like surgeons being the only ones being allowed to perform surgery.”Noelle Nikpour , “That’s exactly right, it doesn’t make any sense.”
Republican strategist: Noelle Nickpour pronounces that ”Scientists are scamming the American people right and left—for their own financial gain!” (whyevolutionistrue)
Nickpour: It’s very confusing for a child to be only taught evolution to go home to a household where their parents say, “Well, wait a minute… God created the Earth!”
Daily Show Interviewer Aasif Mandvi: What is the point of teaching children facts if it’s just going to confuse them?
Nickpour: It confuses the children when they go home. We as Americans—we are paying tax dollars for our children to be educated. We need to offer them every theory that’s out there. It’s all about choice; it’s all about freedom.
Mandvi: It should be up to the American people to decide what’s true.
Nickpour: Absolutely! Doesn’t it make common sense?