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Biscuits Alphas and Brushshapes for Painting and Sculpting

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Product Name: Biscuits Alphas and Brushshapes for Painting and Sculpting
Product ID: 82851
Published Artist(s): Biscuits
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2021-09-02

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Biscuits Alphas and Brushshapes for Painting and Sculpting

Sculpting and painting in 2D/3D makes creating so much easier and more fun with the right resources at your fingertips.

This is a collection of black and white png images for use as alpha textures/brush tips, and 120 Photoshop Brushes in .abr format.

Whether you want to make a sci-fi environment with rusty panels, detailed skins, or believable realistic objects with dust and grime.

Suitable for sculpting and painting some examples:

Add more realism to models through imperfections
Skins definement
Eroded Metals
Damaged Walls
Rusty Panels
Rocks
Noise
Grain
Grunge
Old Objects
Alien Skin
Scifi Environments

Usable in a lot of software, for example:
Zbrush
Bodypaint
Substance Painter
Photoshop
Blender
3DCoat
Blacksmith3D

Any software that can open png files.

Take your models to the next level with this big alpha collection!

Product Notes

Installation Packages

Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.

  • 1 Core

[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)

Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.

Additional Details

  • In Zbrush
    • Import the alphas in the alphamenu/icon, you can use them for example with the dragrect, DragDot or spray strokes.
    • To make them show up in lightbox instal them here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Pixologic\ZBrush 2021\ZAlphas\
  • In Substance Painter
    • On the Shelf load the pngs with the import resources icon then Add Resources.
    • In the import resources popup select all 120 pngs (Shift) and press a define button and change it to alpha, then every png gets tagged as an alpha.
    • Choose if you want to import the resources to the shelf or to the current session.
    • Press the Import button.
    • To isolate the alphas type BISBrush in the Search input.
  • In Blacksmith3D you can load the alphas in the BrushShape box.
  • In Photoshop
    • go to the Brushes Tab to the menu icon with stripes and from the dropdown select Import Brushes, find the .abr file.
  • In Cinema4D Bodypaint
    • select the Brush Tool and select the Bitmap option in the Properties, load a png alpha.
    • Set The Rotation to 360 degrees, select the circle before rotation and in the effector Settings choose Randomness.
  • Usage Notes
    • This is NOT a merchant resource, NONE of the files may be distributed in any way.
    • The content in this package may NOT be redistributed, copied or sold in any way.
    • The content in this package may NOT be given away for free in any way.
    • By buying/using this product the user agrees that Biscuits cannot be held responsible for any damage or harm that may arise from the use of these files.
    • The creator of this product is not responsible for any damages or loss of any kind due to the use/download of this product.

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