Tech brush set v5
Brushes completed: 17
Brushes planned: 30-40
Planned release date: End of October
So I've been working on version 5 of my tech brushes for a few weeks now. Things are looking very good. The level of intricate detail I've put into each of these brushes have increased by a couple orders of magnitude compared to my last set "v4".
When I'm finished with this set, users will be able to do alot of neat things with the brushes. Examples:
1. Make a very very complex and intricate (but fake) blueprint. Print it out and show it to people.
2. Completely cover a wallpaper sized canvas with intricate tech interface elements easily.
3. Use it in your abstract artworks.
4. Use it in technology related advertisements, flyers, etc.
This set will redefine 2D tech drawing, even more so than "v4" did. Each brush in this set is a block of tech which contains elements that actually look like it's part of a complex engineering schematic. Every little piece has its own place and relates to other neighboring elements around it. No more random squares or lines that exist for nothing. Each brush is essentially a diagram of some unknown thing. Each little piece having its own role in the brush.
Here is a preview of the brushes:
^ Showcasing 6 out of a completed 9 brushes. I plan for a total of 30-40 (including circular brushes).
Yes, I do realize I took a 'low-quality' webcam picture. The reason is because I do not really want to reveal too much of the details of it at this time. This picture gives you the general feel of what I'm working on. When the time comes to release it, all the intricate detail will be there and you will all be in awe over it... well hopefully atleast most of you will be hehe.
I plan to create a flash animated tech resource as well. The animated resource will not come free however.
- Listening to: Jaytech - Spacelift, Rom Di Prisco - Romulus III
Awesome! Love your brushes.
Thanks, if you like my brushes, this one that I'm about to release should be your new favorite, or everyone's new favorite actually hehe.
Wow that sounds fabulous, but just one request... would I be able to use it for commercial work? pleaseee....