Tools like Photoshop allow a wide variety of digital illustration processes, helping to simulate effects and textures that mimic traditional techniques. To do this, we use brushes that offer different ways to customize our strokes and painting effects in our designs.
Illustrator and designer Willian Santiago (@williansantiagodg) teaches us how to use his favorite brushes, which simulate techniques such as chalk, watercolor, pencil, and a variety of other textures. Discover his tips in the video below:
1. Dry Media Brushes
These brushes are used to create effects that imitate techniques that are considered "dry". In addition, we can use pressure on a digital tablet to create different results: the greater the pressure, the more intense the mark you will make and the effect of the brush will be.