Forest brush is a brush material that draws forests, but it also can be applied not only to forests but also to all natural scenery.
This page introduces how to draw mountain scenery with “Forest Brush”.
Learn how to correct line width of brush material here
Learn basics of brush materials here
Making a mountain with Forest Brush
Forest brush has a initial setting for brush size that may customize by brush pressure.
(Please set any minimum value for pen pressure setting with preference)
Therefore, it is possible to draw a forest with perspective
by only changing the pen pressure and stroke as shown below.
Draw a mountain with strokes like in the figure below,
by using the setting based on the overlapping of the underlying picture.
The base of the mountain where the tree grows is made.
Make a new layer below and shape the outline.
Then make another layer on top and add trees to the mountains.
A mountain full of trees is completed.
Make a new layer below and add mountains in the back with the same procedure.
Reduce the density as it go further.
Add trees to the open field on the front.
※Sketching Style Hatching Brush are used
Make a layer under the trees which beside the pathway and fill it in black to make the trunk stand up.
※Black Leaves Brush (Distant view), Simple Grass Brush are used
Also fill in the side road around treks by adding forest and trees.
To show a high and low level accent to the side road, add the rocks and draw grass on the ground.
※ Rock wall (white), Small rocks (black and white), Simple grass used
The landscape of the mountains was completed.
The high-density background can be completed in about 1 hour by utilizing the brush materials.
Forest brushes can be used not only for forests but also for various natural landscapes.
Please refer to it.