the weather is getting chilly so her es edgeworth wearing a scarf and probably a high priced coat
ONE DAY I WENT TO MICHAELS WITH MY MOM AND I SAW THIS OWL HAT AND IMMEDIATELY THOUGHT ABOUT SIMON “BIRDMAN” BLACKQUILL
Messing around with a fur brush that I made recently. It works well for creating clumps of hair, as the brush looks better the larger the size. When used on a smaller setting, it becomes fuzzier and less appealing. A lower “min size” also seems better for longer clumps of fur.
To make the clumps look more organic, I then go back with an airbrush— or brush that does not blend much/at all— and fray up the tips.
Threw on some luminosity and multiply for half-assed extra shading, erasing it away to fit the fur shapes.
Here’s the brush if anyone wants to give it a go:
whoa it’s magic
Trust me if you weren’t here for The Brushnger Games 2013, I tried like 50 different pencil brushes and this was the best.
This is a pretty basic one, but that doesn’t make it any less important to know! I hope it helps. …
finally got around to posting my brush settings!! sorry for the wait everyone omg but these brushes are the only ones i use mostly uvu