Having always been in love with the artistic style of Mary Blair and other midcentury illustrators and artists, I created this set of gouache brushes to replicate that unique style. These illustration brushes feature loads of randomized texture to give the effect of real gouache paint on a brush. Brushes have built-in inconsistencies, resulting in a very natural, hand-painted look. They have been optimized for use with the Apple Pencil, with special sensitivities to pressure and tilt. Each brush produces it’s own very unique look and you can create endless different marks and brush strokes with each individual brush. These brushes are some of the most versatile Procreate tools available and are perfect for illustration, art, and hand-lettering.
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Achieve the look of watered-down gouache, to create a look similar to watercolor. Slowly build up color intensity with pressure and layering. Use for backgrounds, making texture and more. Overlay multiple colors to mix and create new ones.
A solid brush with smooth edges, great for filling in large areas of color. Draw lightly to produce a sketchy look.
Wet blending round brush, great as a filler or smudge tool.
Rough edges and with “wet” look. Watch colors mix and smear as you draw.
A great all around brush with just enough brush texture, plus dry fuzzy edges.
Round brush with loads of dry texture.
A thinner version of the “Thick” brush. Smooth and great for fine details.
My favorite for adding line details, subtle texture with perfect pressure responsiveness.
A wispy, dry detail brush for when a little more texture is desired. Tilt the Pencil to get an even drier look.
A favorite for adding texture and shading to paintings. Produces that signature “dry brush gouache” look.
A lighter dry brush look than the “Dry” brush.
A thick streaky accent brush.
Accent brush that is light and very dry.
Accent/shading dry brush with a toothy paper texture
Add a gouache-painted paper texture to flat areas of color for extra dimension and realness. Use the dark brush to add the dark texture tones and then the light one to add the light tones. No change in color value needed!