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  1. Craig Deeley

    AD Textured brushes, Monet strokes

    Attached are a set of AD Textured Intensity brushes made from actual brushstrokes from the famed painter. Usually I would not try to make strokes so literal. Nor would I borrow from such a famed source. In that sense these strokes are a bit of a digression for me. These are examples of brushes that use real strokes almost exactly. They carry the texture and variety of their source. Thick, skittering oil paint, and swashes of thinner oil run over uneven surfaces. I have become more and more a digital painter... but I love the texture of natural media. I find myself drawn to digital emulation of natural media. Or emulation perhaps of the texture of natural media - with a digital twist. I have never deliberately tried to make a textured brush for such applications as Photoshop, Expression3, Synthetik Studio Artist or Affinity Designer - that looked exactly like a natural media brush stroke. The idea seems a little too in conflict with what makes digital art potentially its own (great) thing. However. These are very nice, heavily textured oil paint strokes. Great for bold paint looks. Enjoy. CD_Monet_oilstrokes.afbrushes.zip
  2. Craig Deeley

    Textured pack 03 Intensity brushes

    I am posting a third set of custom Textured brushes for Affinity Designer: Textured pack 03 Intensity brushes (zip file - big - 30+mb) These are more remakes of custom brushes I created for Expression3 back in 2004-2007. Plus quite a few new custom brushes and variants. This set is also a continuation of the previous sets posted. Strokes developed with a moderately organic, mostly (un)natural media, water or oil based pigment like art approach in mind. There is a big variety of brush "looks" included. None of these are strict emulations of traditional media effects. Each is a little "digital" in its own way. There are quite a few wash stroke variations in this set and a few wild cards. There are quite a few additional rugged drawing/wet inking brushes as well. There are also several brushes with raged, dashed or random textures. Example images of the strokes are attached here. Hope the user base here finds this third set interesting and useful.
  3. Craig Deeley

    Textured pack 02 Intensity brushes

    I am posting a second set of custom Textured brushes for Affinity Designer: Textured pack 02 Intensity brushes (zip file - 16+mb) These are almost entirely remakes of custom brushes I created for Expression3 back in 2004-2007. This set is a continuation of the previous set posted. Strokes developed with a moderately organic, mostly (un)natural media, water or oil based pigment like art approach in mind. There is a big variety of brush "looks" included. None of these are strict emulations of traditional media effects. Each is a little "digital" in its own way. There are quite a few wash stroke variations in this set and a few wild cards. Example images of the strokes are attached here. Hope the user base here finds them interesting and useful.
  4. An experiment with vector strokes and building a style for creating textured fills with stroke/fringed edges. A little bit of an ink and wet media look and more opaque strokes. Doffing my hat to the Affinity Design developers.
  5. Craig Deeley

    AD Stone Soup

    A fast composition. The man who brings you Stone Soup made with a few of the Textured Intensity brushes here. This has a cheat with the watercolor paper background dropped in to add a little real media texture.
  6. Craig Deeley

    Textured pack 01 Intensity brushes

    I am a moderately new user… and totally new to the forum. My background with digitally created art goes back to 1990. I am always on the look out for art driven and digitally practical applications. Affinity Designer is a welcome revival (in the making) of something like the old Creature House Expression3 (E3) vector/raster hybrid art application. (Even the early Microsoft Acrylic beta application… the last real upgrade of a great piece of art creation software.) I continue to use Expression3. Tho software and hardware updates are making this more and more difficult. Some samples of art created with E3 here. Affinity Designer is on its way to making a brilliant approach to digital art creation a renewed reality. Thank you to the developers! I am posting here to share some custom Textured brushes for Affinity Designer: CD_Textured_pack01 (zip file - 30+mb) These are almost entirely remakes of custom brushes I created for E3 back in 2004-2007. This set was developed with a moderately organic, mostly water based pigment like art approach in mind. There is a big variety of brush "looks" included. None of these are strictly emulations of traditional art effects. Each is a little "digital" in its own way. Example images of the strokes are attached here. Hope the user base here finds them interesting and useful.
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