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02-11-2013, 07:06 PM
I really think this all depends on what type of stuff you work on, as leticiakao mentioned, environment artists might be comfortable with a set of brushes that help them block out a scene, or add terrain textures and shapes quickly. These same brushes might not be as useful to an artist that focuses on characters.
You can find a large collection on deviant art.
Never found this site before trying to find some links for you, but there are a bunch here: http://theroundtablet.com/category/brushes/
I also know Kekai Kotaki's and Jaime Jones' brushes are usually sought after. If you haven't checked it out yet, you should swing by my buddy AJ's livestream (www.livestream.com/robotpencil) and check the recent archives. His streams have been breaking down brush making, uses and this might be a better approach, since you can make brushes that you would use, and have a tool kit of tools that make sense to you. Often enough, these collections of other peoples brushes provide different results than expected, because these artists make these brushes with a purpose in mind. Other artists who use these brushes might not use them the same way, or even and intended, and get very different results.
If you are just looking for more to add to your collection and experiment with, the above links may help, I hope you find some that really work for you!
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