A SET OF PROCREATE BRUSHES TO RECREATE THE NOSTALGIA OF THE SCHOOL ARTROOM
The School Art Room.
I have such fond memories of the School Art room, it was a refuge, a special place. It smelled of linseed oil and mouldy poster paint. The desks were covered with the evidence of past creative endeavours…… It was wonderful.
I’ve crammed all that nostalgia into this set of brushes. The good old oil pastel, smelling ancient, dusty & greasy, and always broken into tiny pieces. The Sable brush, if you could find one where the Acrylic paint hadn’t hardened and rendered it completely useless. The Palette knife, a little rusty and still covered in the paint and fingerprints of those who went before. And the boxed Watercolours, where the white and the yellow were all but ruined by careless cross contamination.
- Sable and Acrylic
- Palette Knife
- School Oil Pastel
- School Watercolour
The black bird in these pictures, that I’ve done to illustrate the brushes in action, is an Australian Currawong. It has the most amazing song which wakes me up every morning.
SCHOOL ART ROOM BRUSHES
*This is a digital download.
**You will need to unzip these files to access the contents.
IMPORTANT: These brushes are only compatible with PROCREATE APP for iPad
These Brushes are intellectual property, sharing or distributing them without having purchased them is theft. Brushes which were free in the past fall under the same rules, distribution of previously free brushes also constitutes theft.
© All designs, illustrations and brushes are copyrighted by Abbie Nurse Uproot.
Images & Procreate Brushes cannot be used for commercial reproduction or resale without written permission and licensing from me.
Purchases are final the moment it is purchased. Once the item is downloaded, refunds cannot be issued.
After you have made your purchase you will be able to download the zip files containing the brushes you have paid for. If you are on a Windows computer you should download the zip files, unzip them, and upload them to your Dropbox or icloud, from there you can drag them easily into Procreate using the Files app on your iPad. If you are using a Mac, you can download them, unzip them and then Select and Share them directly to your iPad using Airdrop, this is by far the quickest method. If you only have access to an iPad then you will need to use whichever zip file opening App you prefer and then from there drag them across into Procreate using the Files app.