Illustrator and Photoshop line art brushes are some of the useful resources if you want to create line drawings or artworks. Basically, line art is called as such because it is composed of straight or curved lines usually placed in a plain background to portray the subject. Usually, it is monochromatic and as opposed to an illustration embellished with hues and gradients. As an art, line art puts emphasis on the form, outline and the texture. You can find line art used in caricatures, cartoons and in the form of glyphs and monochromatic symbols.
In this post, we are sharing with you some of the valuable resources that you can use create with style of illustration. Most of these are intended for Photoshop but there are also some that you can use for Adobe Illustrator. You can also find tutorials at the end so there something to guide you if you just starting to learn the art. Don’t forget to share this post to others in the social media if you find it useful.
This tutorial explains how to ink, as in where to make your lineart thicker and thinner, which really can be used for traditional and tablet users. Even if you have a tablet, or if you are a traditional inker this has some things that can help you. It has tips for people scanning in their lineart and some brush settings for tablet people. Then it goes over the path tool, and how to use it with different brush settings.
Mouse Lineart Tutorial (PS) by wondering-souls – VISIT SOURCE
Play around with the pen tool and brush settings to get the desired look you like in this tutorial.
Easy lineart coloring tutorial by Horse-Lover95 – VISIT SOURCE
A tutorial that discusses the process of applying color to a line art.
Lineart Coloring Tutorial PS by GWAdeviantfr3aK – VISIT SOURCE
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