Impressionism for Affinity

Create classical Impressionist and Pointillist style art on iPad, Mac or Windows compatible with Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo.

Impressionism for Affinity

Impressionism for Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo

This brush pack is inspired by 19th century art movement impressionism and it’s branch pointillism, which are characterized by usage of distinct small dots, visible brush strokes and often contrasting colors. Some of the famous artists of this style includes Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet and Mary Cassatt.

Compatible with Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. These are raster brushes which work in Pixel Persona on Affinity Designer.

Set of 34 brushes:

These brushes have been hand made using real paint, scanned and turned into unique digital brushes. Brushes are color dynamic, which lets you add depth and texture with ease.

Pointillism brushes for dot work, liner brushes for line work and adding small details; soft paint dab brushes are great for backgrounds, creating clouds and adding texture; wide range of different texture and brush stroke brushes – classic impressionism style!

Great brush set for painterly style artwork as well!

Included in this set:

  • 30 Impressionism Brushes
  • 4 Liner Brushes

Zipped File Size: 37.9 MB

File Types Included: .AFDESIGN

Software compatibility: Affinity

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