Want some smooth texture?

Want some smooth texture?

If you have done digital art for a long period, then you can idealize that blending brushes is one of the major components to make your final work mind-blowing.

Blending brushes give us depth and help make dimensions and 3D objects. And to give you the good news, there are many blending brushes to make your art pop up!

NOTE: – Blending brushes are brushes that are used with the smudge tool, so you can just click the smudge tool option from the toolbar and select any of the brushes which we are going to discuss today. This is so fascinating because it is two in one, you can use that brush for normal paintings and also as blending brushes as per your requirements!

  1. Use the Procreate Smudge Brushes Pack

This pack is designed for using brushes along with the smudge tool. What you need to do is double click the smudge tool option, a specific number of brushes will pop up on your screen and you can select anyone as per your needs.

Theoretically, you can select anyone brush and select the smudge tool, then it would be a smudge brush, however, not all brushes are suitable for smudging, so the brushes we are going to speak about are important!

With the smudge tool you will experiment with the colors which are already on the screen, so it depends on how you want it. Do you want to add more colors and blend them?

To add up more context, it is possible to blend with a paintbrush too! However, you may like to smudge some parts to make it look better.

You can either blend with a smudge brush or a paintbrush, it is totally up to you, both are exceptional at their places. It is all trial-and-error; you need to experiment with it a little. And, you need to understand to find out which is the best for which purpose.

As we all know, art is subjective, choosing which type of brush to blend or make it look better is also subjective. Just play around and it is a creativity blast!

The following are what you will get: –

  • Watercolour Brush
  • Palette Knife Brush
  • Spray Paint Splatter
  • Old Brush
  • Subtle
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Mezzotint
  • Charcoal
  • Grit
  • Halftone-Esque Stippling
  • Crosshatching
  • Cloud Texture
  • Ink Wash
  • Ink Splatter
  • Spray Paint
  • Cloud Shaper
  • Pencil Hatches
  • Pencil

The mentioned 18 Procreate brushes are the smudge brushes which you can also use while blending.

The Procreate Smudge Brushes Pack: – https://www.designcuts.com/product/procreate-smudge-brushes/?queryID=ccecc0c653743fc5baab3263c8d7df0d

  1. Use the Blender Procreate Brushes

The pack name is perfect for what it offers. It is good to know about what we are going for by looking at the pack name.

Just as it suggests, there are a bunch of blending brushes that are available as blending brushes. There are no particular names for these brushes, it is from B1-B30.

But, by reading the above context, you can already guess how many brushes are there to experiment with. There are 30 blending brushes! For me, that would be a creative mess. Think about what you can do with those!

The Blender Procreate Brushes Link: – https://www.designcuts.com/product/blender-procreate-brushes/?queryID=4f537134b43b52f64ba95d4fe40bd903

 

  1. Use the Blending Brushes for Procreate

Again, a perfect name, it does not need any explanation nor any description. You just know it by a look at its name. The best part is that there are many blending brushes with many textures that help you add more details to your artwork! Sounds cool, right?

The pack is very cheap and the following are what you will get out of it: –

  • Soft Blender
  • Standard Blender
  • Soft Blender 2
  • Smeary Blender
  • Ragged Blender
  • Spackled Blender
  • Smokey Blender
  • Blotchy Blender
  • Grainy Blender

The above 9 blending brushes will help you with your blending requirements.

The Blending Brushes for Procreate Link: – https://www.designcuts.com/product/blending-brushes-for-procreate/?queryID=4b9d61b28a93c2f9f25b7acb6972e417

  1. Use the Procreate Gradient Brush Set

This is a unique brush set, isn’t it? Well, these brushes can be of big help for your blending portions. Remember that our goal is to finely blend, and this adds up to it.

Gradient, where two or more specific colors will blend between or among each, is always a perfect blend. You just cannot turn a blind eye to that.

And having brushes which would help you do that sounds nice. It is really hard to get a perfect blending like the ones using gradient tool, which can be tough, sometimes with brush manipulation when you quickly need to blend colors.

You need to scroll a little to know the brushes this pack offers. However, you can know more about what they can do by checking the sales page.

Now the followings are what you will get: –

  • 1 Half-Round Brush
  • 4 Round Brushes
  • 4 Linear Brushes
  • 3 Diagonal Brushes
  • 3 Horizontal Brushes
  • 3 Vertical Brushes
  • 5 Metal Brushes
  • 1 Blend Invert Brush
  • 2 Blend Diagonal Brushes
  • 1 Ray and Radiation Brush
  • 1 Background
  • A set of extra brushes which would include the textures

This is a cool pack and try it!

The Procreate Gradient Brush Set Link: – https://www.designcuts.com/product/procreate-gradient-brushset/?queryID=7137f677244f40a21b2308b8597dce1c

 

  1. Use the Flooded Watercolour Brushes to Procreate

As said earlier, any brushes that are used with the smudge tool would help you blend. And, if you are into watercolor for a long time, you know some brushes are outstanding.

To let you know how it will look, it is like when you are traditionally doing watercolor (except with all that mess or blending of colors). It gives you a neatly painted effect, after which you can give some airy look and some light effects to make it look beautiful and attractive!

 

The following are the brushes that would get in this pack: –

  • Diluted Floral Brush (Smooth)
  • Diluted Floral Brush (Rough)
  • Toothy Painter
  • Extra Watery Wizardry
  • Watercolour Wizardry
  • Colour Jitter Wizard
  • Mega Flood
  • Full Flood
  • Dipped Flood
  • Floody Smudge Redux
  • Hard Edges Flood
  • Diluted Edges
  • Mostly Water Brush
  • Softer Watercolour Round
  • Watery Pigment Bleed
  • Fluff Brush
  • Scattered Sponge
  • Splatters
  • Watery Brushy Blend
  • There are some bonus brushes: – Sketch Pencil, Fibre Paper, Bumpy Paper, and Press Paper

You will get your reference guide and some tips and tricks while using these brushes. Play around, it is all fun, and be creative!

The Flooded Watercolour Brushes Link: – https://www.designcuts.com/product/flooded-watercolor-brushes-for-procreate/?queryID=4da7154f5e2e43ee66d5685c4fc8e0d2

Conclusion

You can try all the packs or just the pack which sounded the most interesting to you. At the end of the day, it is also for creativity, so always have that creative mind of yours to bring your imaginations into a piece of art.
Let us know in the comments about your thoughts and opinions about the packs.

 

 

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