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Tip Top Rull Brushes is a collection of "paint roller" brushes, inspired by the famous "Nikko Rull" brush from revered Procreate and concept art veteran Nikolai Lockertsen.
These brushes are fantastic for traditional painting techniques like "tiling" in values and colors, which you can either leave as a stylized painting or blend together to create finessed masterpieces. The value in these brushes is in the beautiful strokes, and ability to use traditional painting techniques digitally.
Rull brushes includes:
7x Rull brushes: We have 7 Rull brushes in this set, each with different and unique characteristics:
Brushed Rull: This brush is very painterly, made with high-res scans of real paint strokes. Give it a quick jab/flick to get a very raw, natural looking stroke. All of these brushes have a very small amount of "wet paint" settings in the brush engine, which let them intermix and blend with each other.
Streaky Rull: This has more of a streaky stroke, with visible grain and soft horizontal fade out.
Messy Rull: The Messy Rull is more opaque, with dense "pigment". Great for blocking in and expressive accent strokes. Has a gestural, messy look to it.
Fade Rull: This brush has a "cloudy" texture, with a soft horizontal gradation thats softer than the Streaky Rull. great for adding a touch of a color without dominating.
Wet Rull: Another opaque brush but with a bit more transparency, the Wet Rull has a little extra wetness and is great for short, jabby overlapping strokes.
Glaze Rull: A very transparent, textural glazing brush, great for overlaying splashes of color to create interesting textures.
Dry Rull: This has a very dry, textural look based on soft pastels. This one is excellent for dense thick color and tiling in particular.
This is a detail shot of an illustration made with these brushes, showing the range:
You'll need Procreate 4 to take advantage of all the brush features, and preferably an Apple Pencil for the pressure sensitive brushes.
Procreate 5 is here, and its amazing! You can now install a LOT of brushes at once using the new Files app in iOS 11. We recommend backing up your purchase using an iCloud account (its free), or syncing them to Files with iTunes.
First things first... USE SAFARI on iPad!
Also make sure you open the link in the full Safari app (it must be Safari, no other browser will work), as the side-loaded one that gmail/other email apps use won’t work.
Note: Brush files end in *.brushset
Once you click the file name/download button, a blue arrow in a circle should appear in the top right corner of Safari. This is the "downloads" area. Tap this icon and you should see your download appear in a list like so:
Simply tap the file and it should automatically open in Procreate. Depending on if you've performed this before, it may ask you what you want to do with the file after tapping it, in which case you would simply find the Procreate icon and send it there.