John Singer Sargent is a master Realist painter from the era of Impressionism and his work has been an inspiration to me for a long time. I enjoy painting in his style so I handcrafted brushes for Procreate that help achieve the same look.
The Sargent’s Oils pack features 14 custom brushes with realistic brush shapes and a seamless fabric canvas texture. Most brush tips were created with actual paint brushes—I painted strokes on canvas and then scanned them in at a high resolution. All brushes feature the same fabric canvas texture for consistency, like you’re working on the same canvas no matter which tool you use. The canvas texture is similar in appearance to the canvases that Sargent used. All master studies I painted in the preview images were created using only brushes in the pack.
This product is only compatible with Procreate 4+.
5 star reviews on Creative Market and Gumroad.
- "Fantastic job building these brushes! They are a pleasure to use and have immediately changed a painting I'd been struggling with for the better! THANKS and please keep up the good work! :)" David Flood on Creative Market
- "Love these. It really makes a difference painting with the right brush. These are velvety, smooth, and fun to use!" Jon Sauder on Creative Market
- "Fantastic! Nice buttery oils, very true to the real thing. Went back to her shop to buy her other brushes! Also, fantastic!" Jennifer Dennis on Creative Market
- "This is a unique set of brushes with an excellent selection of brush types." Tom Bo on Creative Market
Work created using Sargent's Oils:
Tag me @sadielewski or use #slewbrush on Instagram or Twitter, I'd love to see your work using the brushes!
Do Procreate 4 brushes work in Procreate 5?
Absolutely! Procreate brushes are backwards compatible (meaning a new version will support brushes from previous versions), and the brushes function exactly the same in Procreate 5.
How do I install Procreate brushes?
Once you receive your order confirmation email, select the View Order button within the email which will open Safari. Select the button Access Digital Content. Select the file you would like to download, and your iPad will prompt you to download the file. Select Download. The download will then save to your iPad.
Once it finishes downloading, select the downloads button within Safari. It’s the down arrow with the circle around it on the top right side of your screen. Select the file you just downloaded. It will automatically open Procreate and install the file (both .brush and .brushset files) for you.
Can I use the brushes commercially and for any end product?
Yes, you can use them commercially for any end use. However, do not resell or redistribute the brushes.
Do Procreate brushes work in Photoshop?
No. Procreate brushes only work within Procreate.
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