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Bri Brush Bundle (Clip Studio Paint Brush Pack)

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UPDATE (01/18/22): 8 new brushes variations (round versions of square brushes and vice versa). 40 brushes in total now, all included in the 2.0 zip file. Use code Briii32 for $3 off

40 Clip Studio Paint brushes (with custom brush tips and thumbnails too!)

In the zip file, I’ve separated the brushes in three folders: “Pen,” “Paint,” and “Pretty.”

Pen Folder

Though it’s called ‘Pen,’ most of these brushes can be used for sketching as well as inking (and coloring too). Brushes included:

  • Squarepoint

  • Square ink

  • Inker

  • Blotter

  • Ballpoint

  • Darkpoint

  • Softpoint

  • Groundpoint

  • Finepoint

  • Real Ball

  • Quick Color

  • Underscore

Paint Folder

Paint brushes to mimic thick paints and watercolor paints (can also be used for ink washes). Brushes included:

  • Rough Brush

  • Dry Brush

  • Dry Round (new!)

  • Control Brush (new!)

  • Control Round (new!)

  • R. Dry Brush

  • Dry Rub (new!)

  • Runny Brush

  • Runny Round (new!)

  • Wet Brush

  • Wet Round (new!)

  • Damp Brush

  • Wash Brush

  • Wash Square (new!)

  • Water Brush

  • Water Square (new!)

  • Stride Brush

  • Streak Brush

Pretty Folder

Texture brushes to give your work subtle, but interesting effects. Brushes included:

  • Fuzz

  • Noisy

  • Glaze

  • Noise Cloud

  • Palette Knife

  • ScreenTime

  • ScreenStat

  • GlitchCube (Stamp)

  • GlitchStrip (Stamp)

  • GlitchLine (Stamp)

Extra Notes

Brush Buffering

CSP unfortunately has a buffering problem when it comes to large brush sizes and large canvases. I’ve documented the lags I’ve come across for certain brushes below (I’ll update it if I find any new ones):

  • Dry Brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 250 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • R.Dry brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 250 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Wet Damp Wash n Water brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 200 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Palette Knife n Fuzz. Major speed buffering starts @ 150 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Glaze Brush. A versatile air brush to experiment with Ink Blending Modes

Settings I normally tinker with (Painting Brushes):

***All brushes’ Tool Properties are configured to the most relevant editable dynamics.I don’t recommend changing the settings that aren’t listed in the Tool Properties window.***

  • Brush Thickness. I usually toggle between 20-100% thickness; it’s the difference between the standard brush shape, and a thin line

  • Brush Size. The majority of brush sizes are tilt sensitive. If your tablet/stylus isn’t tilt sensitive, I suggest toggling that feature off.

  • Angle Dynamics. I toggle between “direction of line” and “direction of pen”

  • Gap. Wider gaps often helps reduce lag when using bigger brush sizes


  • Blending Mode. For the Glaze brush and the Glitch brushes, I usually tinker with different blending modes; I use ‘Eraser’ mode for glitch effects and Overlay for glazing. I encourage experimenting with other modes though, it’s what it’s there for after all :)

$8+
$8+

Bri Brush Bundle (Clip Studio Paint Brush Pack)

UPDATE (01/18/22): 8 new brushes variations (round versions of square brushes and vice versa). 40 brushes in total now, all included in the 2.0 zip file. Use code Briii32 for $3 off

40 Clip Studio Paint brushes (with custom brush tips and thumbnails too!)

In the zip file, I’ve separated the brushes in three folders: “Pen,” “Paint,” and “Pretty.”

Pen Folder

Though it’s called ‘Pen,’ most of these brushes can be used for sketching as well as inking (and coloring too). Brushes included:

  • Squarepoint

  • Square ink

  • Inker

  • Blotter

  • Ballpoint

  • Darkpoint

  • Softpoint

  • Groundpoint

  • Finepoint

  • Real Ball

  • Quick Color

  • Underscore

Paint Folder

Paint brushes to mimic thick paints and watercolor paints (can also be used for ink washes). Brushes included:

  • Rough Brush

  • Dry Brush

  • Dry Round (new!)

  • Control Brush (new!)

  • Control Round (new!)

  • R. Dry Brush

  • Dry Rub (new!)

  • Runny Brush

  • Runny Round (new!)

  • Wet Brush

  • Wet Round (new!)

  • Damp Brush

  • Wash Brush

  • Wash Square (new!)

  • Water Brush

  • Water Square (new!)

  • Stride Brush

  • Streak Brush

Pretty Folder

Texture brushes to give your work subtle, but interesting effects. Brushes included:

  • Fuzz

  • Noisy

  • Glaze

  • Noise Cloud

  • Palette Knife

  • ScreenTime

  • ScreenStat

  • GlitchCube (Stamp)

  • GlitchStrip (Stamp)

  • GlitchLine (Stamp)

Extra Notes

Brush Buffering

CSP unfortunately has a buffering problem when it comes to large brush sizes and large canvases. I’ve documented the lags I’ve come across for certain brushes below (I’ll update it if I find any new ones):

  • Dry Brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 250 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • R.Dry brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 250 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Wet Damp Wash n Water brush. Major speed buffering starts @ 200 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Palette Knife n Fuzz. Major speed buffering starts @ 150 pt size (12”x18” OR 3600x5400px canvas size). Brush still usable at slow speeds.

  • Glaze Brush. A versatile air brush to experiment with Ink Blending Modes

Settings I normally tinker with (Painting Brushes):

***All brushes’ Tool Properties are configured to the most relevant editable dynamics.I don’t recommend changing the settings that aren’t listed in the Tool Properties window.***

  • Brush Thickness. I usually toggle between 20-100% thickness; it’s the difference between the standard brush shape, and a thin line

  • Brush Size. The majority of brush sizes are tilt sensitive. If your tablet/stylus isn’t tilt sensitive, I suggest toggling that feature off.

  • Angle Dynamics. I toggle between “direction of line” and “direction of pen”

  • Gap. Wider gaps often helps reduce lag when using bigger brush sizes


  • Blending Mode. For the Glaze brush and the Glitch brushes, I usually tinker with different blending modes; I use ‘Eraser’ mode for glitch effects and Overlay for glazing. I encourage experimenting with other modes though, it’s what it’s there for after all :)

  • CSP Brushpack: 12 drawing brushes; 18 paint brushes; 10 texture/effect brushes

  • CSP Brushpack: 12 drawing brushes; 18 paint brushes; 10 texture/effect brushes
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