Celebrating the first sale of aggressive tattoo brush set. : D
About halfway done with my next tattoo brush set. Think herbaceous…
This one is going to be really cool, with a solid, outline and colored version of each. I learned recently that if you use spot colors in a brush or pattern swatch that you can easily change the colors by changing the spot color. It’s so cool. For instance is I have a red roses on vine brush and I use red roses, but you want them yellow. You can go to the swatch labeled roses and vine flower color and change it to yellow or pink or whatever. Then it applies that change to your live brush. You don’t have to expand or color shift. So fun, especially if everything is clearly labeled.
Tired of your red coming out too pink or too orange?
At VP we run a wide variety of printers and ink types and I’ve come up with a color that always gets approved for ‘standard red’. I’ve taken to calling it ‘magic red‘. Now everyone in the department uses it. It works in cmyk or rgb.
Ready for the formula? Pull up the cmyk sliders and put in:
C 0, M 100, Y 90, K 10.
Voila, Magic red!
Here’s my latest logo project!
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Agressive tattoo brush set is coming along.
Still haven’t tried out the new auto corners in new versions of illustrator. Running CS5 at home still. though I usually make custom corners, I wonder what it’s like. and if the brushes are backward compatible… Anybody out there like or dislike it?
OK, time to build some more corners for these tattoo brushes!