Ashe

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Thanks for dropping by! My name is Ashe. I'm a freelance illustrator, based in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, I'm working towards self-publishing my debut webcomic (and long-time passion project), POROSHA. The comic itself will be free, but at the moment I'm working on it full-time, living off part-time income and investments.
For $1/month, I'm offering my patrons a set of custom brushes that I personally use all the time. By pledging $1 a month, you not only get access to these brushes now, but also to any and all future updates to my "Basics" package, including improved versions as well as new "basic" brushes, as I create them and add to the set.
In the future, I will include more tiers, including more advanced brushes, textures, tools and other art-making resources.
Here's a sample of what's included in the $1 tier:
1. ASHE'S GEL PEN - This is my favorite go-to brush for inking. It flows smoothly, so it's good for doodles and note-taking, as well as finalized lineart. It's clean, but not too clean...giving it a more organic look (more like a traditionally-inked drawing than vector).


2. FRESH MICRON - I prefer the gel pen for the bulk of my inking, but I love this one for fine details (hair, facial lines, etc.) It's subtle, but makes a difference.

3. WELL-LOVED MICRON - We all have that one overused inking pen that has been broken in to perfection. I tried to emulate that feel, with jittery lines and a subtle crinkled paper texture--just like your favorite old Micron that bleeds into your sketchbook fibers. 4. 0.05 MECHANICAL PENCIL - This one is great for sketching. Super subtle and layers well!

5. FLAT SIDE OF CHARCOAL STICK - I love this brush for blocking in shadows while sketching. It's got a buttery-smooth flow and a soft feathered edge, much like a well used piece of charcoal.

6. VINE CHARCOAL - Bold, but soft. This is great for tightening up your sketch.

7. RUNNY QUILL - I use this one sparingly, but it's great for when you need an organic, imperfect line. Try it when drawing trees or wood grain!

8. COLORED PENCIL: Like real colored pencils, this one lays down a gritty-textured soft color, gradually solidifying with your pen pressure.

9. PRISMACOLOR MARKER: This is my newest brush, and I'm still working to perfect it! Opaque, but with an irregular edge for more personality than your standard Photoshop brush. It's meant for quickly filling in blocks of color.

Tiers
FOLLOWERS
$1 or more per month

All followers, for as low as $1/mo get access to my basic brushes (including future additions and updates)!

Thanks for dropping by! My name is Ashe. I'm a freelance illustrator, based in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, I'm working towards self-publishing my debut webcomic (and long-time passion project), POROSHA. The comic itself will be free, but at the moment I'm working on it full-time, living off part-time income and investments.
For $1/month, I'm offering my patrons a set of custom brushes that I personally use all the time. By pledging $1 a month, you not only get access to these brushes now, but also to any and all future updates to my "Basics" package, including improved versions as well as new "basic" brushes, as I create them and add to the set.
In the future, I will include more tiers, including more advanced brushes, textures, tools and other art-making resources.
Here's a sample of what's included in the $1 tier:
1. ASHE'S GEL PEN - This is my favorite go-to brush for inking. It flows smoothly, so it's good for doodles and note-taking, as well as finalized lineart. It's clean, but not too clean...giving it a more organic look (more like a traditionally-inked drawing than vector).


2. FRESH MICRON - I prefer the gel pen for the bulk of my inking, but I love this one for fine details (hair, facial lines, etc.) It's subtle, but makes a difference.

3. WELL-LOVED MICRON - We all have that one overused inking pen that has been broken in to perfection. I tried to emulate that feel, with jittery lines and a subtle crinkled paper texture--just like your favorite old Micron that bleeds into your sketchbook fibers. 4. 0.05 MECHANICAL PENCIL - This one is great for sketching. Super subtle and layers well!

5. FLAT SIDE OF CHARCOAL STICK - I love this brush for blocking in shadows while sketching. It's got a buttery-smooth flow and a soft feathered edge, much like a well used piece of charcoal.

6. VINE CHARCOAL - Bold, but soft. This is great for tightening up your sketch.

7. RUNNY QUILL - I use this one sparingly, but it's great for when you need an organic, imperfect line. Try it when drawing trees or wood grain!

8. COLORED PENCIL: Like real colored pencils, this one lays down a gritty-textured soft color, gradually solidifying with your pen pressure.

9. PRISMACOLOR MARKER: This is my newest brush, and I'm still working to perfect it! Opaque, but with an irregular edge for more personality than your standard Photoshop brush. It's meant for quickly filling in blocks of color.

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Tiers
FOLLOWERS
$1 or more per month

All followers, for as low as $1/mo get access to my basic brushes (including future additions and updates)!