As a lover of all things galaxy, I’ve been dreaming about these brushes for a long time. Some of my earliest forays into digital art were galaxy themed. It’s hard to imagine a scene more majestic and breathtaking than the stars and the heavens. I’m so excited to finally release these brushes – I hope you love them as much as I do!
Made using iPad Pro 2020 in the Procreate app with Apple Pencil on a black background using brushes and the “Standard Galaxy Palette” from my new Galaxy brush set. You are very welcome to follow the tutorial with any galaxy brushes that you have.
A Few Tips:
- Start with darker colors and build lighter colors on top. The more layers you add, the more it glows.
- These brushes are pressure-sensitive and present differently based on how hard you apply them.
- Use the brushes labeled “intense” with discretion for the best effect. The brightening effect is gorgeous, but can get too bright very quickly.
- You’re going to want to keep some empty dark space for contrast
Specific brushes used:
- Dust Cloud
- Dust Cloud CV
- Patchy Dust Cloud CV
- Intense Dust Cloud CV
- Light Dust Cloud CV
- Nebula 9 CV
- Nebula 10 CV
- Nebula 11 CV
- Dense Stars
- Sparse Stars
- Stardust 1
- Stardust 2
- Metallic Stars 2
- Galaxy 2
- Single Star 2 (Pressure Size)
- Single Star 1 (Pressure Size)
- Starburst (Pressure Size)
Canvas size: 20 X 16 inches at 300 DPI.