Splatter paint brushes is a remarkable feature of almost all softwares being used for making drawings and paintings. Most versatile of all these programs is Adobe Photoshop. Latest versions of Photoshop allows its users to make use of not only 1 or 2 types splatter paint brushes; rather it is extensively equipped with a full range of brushes. Before the introduction of softwares capable of making drawings or paintings, artists need to collect whole sets of different kinds of brushes and canvas to make their master-pieces. This would have resulted in emptying their pockets and putting them in a financially poor condition.
Also, artists need to confine him / herself to his / her living room as all this stuff creates extreme mess. Putting pallets and canvas at different locations in home may ruin the overall interior. They can simply do their work anywhere they want by having their notebook shifted to that place. Therefore, Photoshop has made their journey to success simpler and more reliable. It has also provided its users with an extensive range of different brushes and brushing styles. Only splatters brushes are available in more than 500 different styles.
Ben Blogged was a person who designed most of the Splatter Brushes for Photoshop. His remarkable work has impressed us so much that almost everybody, whether a professional or a beginner, is extensively using splatter brushes in his / her work. Splatter brushes provide such a magnificent effect in a painting which resulted in extensive library of these brushes in Photoshop. Therefore, I have decided to provide you an insight to a number of various features of splatter brushes. How these brushes are helpful for art lovers to create their own master-pieces. I have collected 100 examples of splatter brushes, which are all unique at their own place and provide varying effects to your drawing