Kyle Real Watercolor Brushes

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    For years, Illustrators have been trying to recreate watercolor effects with Photoshop, usually with little success. Most of us must resort to using different filters, the impractical ‘wet edges’ brush setting, overlaid textures, or other special effects to create passable results, but a truly excellent set of ‘out of the box’ watercolor brushes has not been available … that is, until now. My Real Watercolors have incredible properties that are unlike anything else on the market. With OVER 50 finely-tuned watercolor brushes, including bonus tools like Spatter, Salt, and Soft Edger, anything is possible. These brushes produce natural wet edge effects, bleeds, and textures without the aid of any layer effects or added texture layers. You simply paint on your canvas. Want to see them in action? Watch a VIDEO here.
    Combining the brushes leads to even more impressive effects. And, with the addition of the salt, alcohol, spatter, and soft blenders, you can quickly add finishing touches that take your digital watercolor images to the next level. With these tools, you will have complete control over the paint; you can even produce happy accidents and interesting surprises, as well, by varying pen pressure and direction, much like real watercolors. There are brushes for detail work, broad washes, and everything in between. Most importantly, these brushes are just a heck of a lot of fun.
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