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CLIP STUDIO PAINT Brush Collection: Clouds, Cityscapes, Textures and more

CLIP STUDIO PAINT Brush Collection: Clouds, Cityscapes, Textures and more

Best-selling selection of all-purpose brushes for Clip Studio Paint! The CD-ROM contains 151 brushes and the book explains how to use them.


● These brushes allow you to easily add clouds, trees, water surfaces, fire, mist, buildings, bridges and more, as well as rock, brick, metal and other textures to your illustrations without having to actually draw them
● The book includes instructions on how to use the brushes, usage examples and selected techniques for Clip Studio Paint
● It also explains how to create custom brushes and turn photos into brushes
● The brushes are compatible with all versions of Clip Studio Paint Pro/EX for Windows, macOS, iPad, iPhone etc.


The brushes are free to use in both private and commercial work.




Chapter 1: Basics of brushes

Chapter 2: Natural brushes

Clouds / Trees / Woods / Rocks / Cliffs / Mountains / Ground / Grassland / Plain / Moss / Waterfall / Water surfaces / Snow / Fire / Smoke / Mist / Flowers / Floating objects

Chapter 3: Artificial brushes

Wood grain / Bricks / Asphalt / Stone wall / Metal / Buildings / Windows / Roof tiles / Utility poles / Bridges / Fences / Cityscapes / Cityscapes from a distance / European parts / Fabric / Leather / Fireworks

Chapter 4: Effect brushes

Patterns / Hair highlights / Organic highlights / Sparkles / Ramen brush


    ■ by Zounose, Tsubura Kadomaru

    ■ 257 x 190 mm + CD-ROM / 160 pages

    ■ Published in October 2018

    ■ ISBN: 9784798617725

    ■ Japanese title: CLIP STUDIO PAINTブラシ素材集 雲から街並み、質感まで

    Buy on Amazon Japan


    Rights sold to Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, South Korea


    Graduated from Tama Art University, Zounose turned freelance after working in art design for a game company. He participates in the creation of anime, as well as character and background illustrations for social games, and has authored various drawing manuals.


    Tsubura Kadomaru has always loved drawing and sketching, and in middle and high school was the head of the school's art club. She protected the club, that had become a manga study group and Gundam get-together, and its members, raising creators who now work in the game and anime industry. She studied oil painting in the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Tokyo University of the Arts at a time when film studies and contemporary art were thriving. She has authored, edited, and conceived dozens of drawing manuals.

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