Mid-Century Style Brushes for Procreate by LisaBardot

Get ready for a blast from the past with my latest premium brushes for Procreate on iPad Pro. This set of 12 brushes were developed to emulate the bold, graphic, and texture-rich commercial artwork and illustrations of the 50s and 60s. These brushes were designed with the professional illustrator in mind and have tested and re-tested to perfection. Brushes have been optimized for use with the Apple Pencil.


BRUSHES

  1. Bleeding Edge – made to mimic the look of a bleeding ink pen, found so commonly in midcentury illustration.
  2. Square Bleed – A square shaped, slighty less bleed-y version of “Bleeding Edge”.
  3. Ziggy – A favorite. Detail brush with a zig-zag-like bleed texture.
  4. Crayon – The perfect crayon brush! Imitates the look of a wax crayon dragged across textured paper.
  5. Brushy Liner – Great for line work, this sometime unpredictable brush is loaded with the dry-brush texture of a thin paintbrush.
  6. Scratchy Mini – Thin and delicate, with a dry-brush look. Great for details.
  7. Dotty – Fast and easy way to draw some perfectly imperfect dotted lines.
  8. Inker – Subtle ink-bleed and perfect pressure sensitivity for drawing a variety of line weights.
  9. Fat Inker – A chunky, blobby version of “Inker” for drawing large areas and shapes.
  10. Square Fat Inker – A “Fat Inker” with a square shape! Great for drawing angular shapes.
  11. Texture-y Filler – A large brush with wispy brushy edges. Also makes a really fun lettering brush!
  12. Speckle – Dappled, freckle-y, sprinkly goodness. The perfect way to add shading and texture to your midcentury-style illustrations.

Buy Mid-Century Style Brushes for Procreate by LisaBardot 

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