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Organic Brushes Set 2 [12 packs]

 

Changes

1. 120 Organic Brushes in 12 packs of 10 Brushes

2. Hand-drawn combination Texture Brush Nozzles

3. Adjusted Brush Dynamics to make use of accumulation and flow

4. Re-named Brush Labels in each pack to comply with new set structure

5. Combined into single .zip file

6. Added PDF sample sheets for download

7. Simplified visuals, removing old brush sample images

8. Old versions remain as separate zip files

 

 

Again I hope you have fun with them!

 

OB2 BRUSH PACKS OB 2 10-12@0.5x.jpg

OB2 BRUSH PACKS OB 2 07-09@0.5x.jpg

OB2 BRUSH PACKS OB 2 04-06@0.5x.jpg

OB2 BRUSH PACKS OB 2 01-03@0.5x.jpg

 

 

New Format

OB 2 Set 1.pdf

OB Set 2 Packs 1-12.zip

 

 

Old format

Old brush sets with original labelling compiled into single list

 

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 19.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 20.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 21.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 22.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 23.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 24.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 25.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 26.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 27.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 28.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 32.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 33.zip

 

 


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How to you tell which one is appropriate for the current job?

 

I'd be completely lost with that many brushes in Affinity and could not get anything done.

 

Any proposal for better brush sorting/ previewing or any trick I'm missing?

 

Otherwise seems like a great effort that you put into it


 

 

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@MBd,

That's the purpose of the reference images. They show you a preview and the brush reference so you can find them more easily in the Brushes panel. Mouse over a brush for a few moments there and you should see a tooltip with the brush reference. Without these images it would be difficult to evaluate them properly just by looking at the preview in the Brushes panel.

 

@Stuart_R

Thank you for sharing Stuart, very kind of you. It's an incredible set (as usual) and must have taken quite some time/effort to put together.

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@Stuart_R : Thank you !

 

@MEB :

I'm sure I'm missing something here, but I always thought of an   .exe file as a Windows (e.g. DOS) execute file.

It works fine in OSX too, though, could you explain, please ?

Thanks,

C.L.


That what you do not yet know is more important than what you already know-Jordan Peterson

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Hi, MEB,

Here's what I get to see in Finder when I select one of the brushes.

Clearly shows as an exec file , so that made me wonder : how/what.... ?

Thanks & greetings,

C.L.

 

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That what you do not yet know is more important than what you already know-Jordan Peterson

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@MBd,

That's the purpose of the reference images. They show you a preview and the brush reference so you can find them more easily in the Brushes panel. Mouse over a brush for a few moments there and you should see a tooltip with the brush reference. Without these images it would be difficult to evaluate them properly just by looking at the preview in the Brushes panel.

 

@Stuart_R

Thank you for sharing Stuart, very kind of you. It's an incredible set (as usual) and must have taken quite some time/effort to put together.

Thanks MEB I really appreciate your comments :)   

 

It did take some time to put together....it was just another long day..well night! :unsure:  but I did have a lot of fun experimenting with the drawing combinations.Unfortunately I have Set 3 to work on!

 

@ MBd

Thank you for responding to my long post

I agree that the organisation of brushes and other assets needs to be looked at at some point. but is seems pointless to continue to add to a now long list of feature requests as there are still outstanding issues/bugs with current versions of the software.

 

Adding 100's of brush tools to the Brush Panel was never my intention. It was to provide a collection of resources to browse through and be selected according to requirements. I tend to save/deactivate some of the Brush Packs once I have created them. Then either import as required or copy specific brushes to a separate named category. I accept the process can be tedious; but you can only work with what you have available.

As I have spent a lot of time with brushes in AP and AD over the past few months and there are features that I could easily add to the requests…some of them have been listed below. However, I am aware from observing how this Software has rapidly evolved that the Serif Team are more than capable of identifying issues and improving functionality.

 

Brushes

  1. Additional Footer on Brush Panel with button icon options for
  2. Duplicate Brush (or duplicate directly in menu list [alt drag maybe])
  3. Delete Brush
  4. Add New Category [pop-up Menu]
  5. Copy selected brushes Between Category [Dropdown]

Brush Editing/Texture Tab

  1. Add Checkbox option to allow Base Texture to scale with Brush

Context Bar

  1. Add Base Texture options to Context Menu or at least add Base texture scaling and toggle option to apply

and yes…..

 Brush Management (Organisation Tool) as Retrograde has also suggested in a previous post


APh & AD 1.7.1.445 + Beta AD 1.7.2.464 | APh 1.7.1.404 + Beta AP 1.7.2.464
APu 1.7.1.404 +Beta Apu 1.7.2.458

OS:Windows 10 Pro 1903 OS Build 18362.295
Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 19.08.1(Adrenalin, 
Radeon Settings Version
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@Stuart_R : Thank you !

 

@MEB :

I'm sure I'm missing something here, but I always thought of an   .exe file as a Windows (e.g. DOS) execute file.

It works fine in OSX too, though, could you explain, please ?

Thanks,

C.L.

Thank you for looking at my post/s :)


APh & AD 1.7.1.445 + Beta AD 1.7.2.464 | APh 1.7.1.404 + Beta AP 1.7.2.464
APu 1.7.1.404 +Beta Apu 1.7.2.458

OS:Windows 10 Pro 1903 OS Build 18362.295
Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 19.08.1(Adrenalin, 
Radeon Settings Version
19.1.1) + Wacom Intuous 4M with driver 6.3.35-3

 

 

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Added 2 Extensions to the Organics set

 

 

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 32.zip

TB ORGANICS-2 Pack 33.zip


APh & AD 1.7.1.445 + Beta AD 1.7.2.464 | APh 1.7.1.404 + Beta AP 1.7.2.464
APu 1.7.1.404 +Beta Apu 1.7.2.458

OS:Windows 10 Pro 1903 OS Build 18362.295
Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 19.08.1(Adrenalin, 
Radeon Settings Version
19.1.1) + Wacom Intuous 4M with driver 6.3.35-3

 

 

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As organics 1:streamlined the post

 

Removed original brush sets and sample images from original post

Replaced with a new updated set of brushes and more refined sample sheets (PDF and JPG)


APh & AD 1.7.1.445 + Beta AD 1.7.2.464 | APh 1.7.1.404 + Beta AP 1.7.2.464
APu 1.7.1.404 +Beta Apu 1.7.2.458

OS:Windows 10 Pro 1903 OS Build 18362.295
Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 19.08.1(Adrenalin, 
Radeon Settings Version
19.1.1) + Wacom Intuous 4M with driver 6.3.35-3

 

 

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Thank you again.


Affinity Designer 1.7.1.404, HP Pavilion AMD A-12-9800 Radeon R7, 3.8 GHz, 8 GB RAM, XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro

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