First things first, download links for the brush packs:
These files should work both in Manga Studio AND CLIP Studio Paint.
The first brush pack contains what I usually stick to, the two other are optional (but pretty fun to goof around with).
now let’s take a look at some of the brushes:
This brush is what I use more or less for everything. The spacing is reduced in order to easier control the density using the pen pressure, which is very common for Photoshop brushes. But Manga Studio didn’t include this one in it’s default brush pack so I created my own!
I mostly use three blender tools and blender #1 is currently my fav.
Blender#2 has density set to pen pressure which makes it blend softer.
Blender#3 is sharp and very smudgy but is really nice once you get used to it. Good to use for rendering hair or “push around” colors to make the painting look cleaner.
There are a bit more brushes in the “main pack” but the ones shown in this post are tbh the brushes I usually stick to.
Random FX brush pack:
Forget your art block and begin your new life as an artist with this LITERAL HAIR BRUSH.
With this tool you can finally give your OCs the perfect Square Enix hairstyle - and it ALSO does your eyebrows and moustache!
TRUST ME the double line brush is your best friend and will always deliver shoelaces, cables, strings - ALMOST ANYTHING. Also stubble brush is cool.
Sparkle brush is so fantastic to use for any blissful situation; like for example when you realise that one cool artist on tumblr actually follows your askblog. Those kind of moments.
Environment brush pack:
These brushes will easily replicate random hills and misty mountains, but don’t expect them to make you a cool concept artist in one night.