Finally, after a few months using the first version of my brushes, I want to share with you a new version with many changes: a lot of new brushes, improves of current ones, a smartest group classification… and more surprises. 🙂
Some new features (changelog)
– New classification
We have now 5 groups or families, according to use or nature of the brushes: Basics, Concept, FX , Natural Media and Speedpainting. Each group is independent of the other, so you can download and use just a single group, or all you want.
– Disappears Erasers family
One of the most fantastic features of Krita is the posibility of turn any brush into an eraser brush. Just pressing
E key you can use your favorite brush as an eraser.
– Natural Media group
In previous version, we had a poor representation of traditional brushes, like oils, watercolor, pastel, etc. Now we have an special group for this, with a lot of brushes and styles.
– New Art Style brushes
Under Natural Media group, you will find 4 Art Style brushes to simulate art strokes: Dripping, Impressionism, Pointillism and Cubism.
– Brush icons made with Blender
Icons for a quick glance
Most common used for all kind of work. They are a completely digital version of brushes.
Usefull for design, concept art, architecture, etc. Also, you can use this brushes for Manga and comic sketches.
They produce an effect or change on the image; ideal for little corrections.
Whether you come from a traditional painting, or you miss the particular feeling of the physical elements such as water, oil, canvas, paper… you will enjoy these brushes.
All you need for sketching, matte-painting, environments, textures, effects… These brushes help to create a quick concept, , saving time and preparing the image for detailed work.
The project in Github:
Download Cazu Brush Collection v2 for Krita
Licence CC BY-SA 3.0
The zip packages contains 3 folders:
Windows XP to 10: Unzip the folders here:
Unzip the folders here:
If the folders already exist, just merge with the old folders.
To uninstall, just erase the folders (or the .kpp files in the paintoppresets folder).
That’s all. Just restart Krita, and you would see the brushes in the brush presets docker.
If you have some question, please, ask me. Thanks 🙂