If you’re one of the regular readers of our blog, you know we have a mission for SketchBook Pro users that we take deadly serious — providing you with the best brush sets on the planet. Period. We scour the Internet every week, stalking our favorite users to learn what people are making and what might be missing from their workflow. Recently, we came across this:
You ask, we listen. We immediately got to work and built from the ground up a new set of art brushes that will blow your mind with freshness. Download the Toothpaste Brush Set and start adding winter-fresh flair to your sketches.
What’s in this Brush Set
We’ve collected 13 mouth-watering brushes for you into one blockbuster set. You’ll find brushes like Aguafresh Xtreme Sandblast, a multi-striped stalwart that’s perfect for creating totally tubular lines, Coolgate Enamel Teardown, a surprisingly abrasive marker for adding roughness, and Neon Grout, the perfect highlighter for adding that little shine to molars. Our team of art interns worked overtime in an unheated Toronto warehouse for a very long weekend to make sure each brush faithfully represents characteristics of the top brands of toothpaste recommended by 4 out of 5 of dentists. The results? You can be confident that your Cinnamint drawing has flecks of cinnamon crystals uniformly distributed — right down to the pixel level.
Sensitive? Try Our All-Natural Alternatives
But we didn’t stop there. We know some of our users bristle at the thought of using harsh brushes like Aguafresh Flouride Halflife — especially those who strictly use organic-paper textured background images. We made sure to include environmentally friendly brushes like our all-natural Timm’s of Maine texture brush made from images of conflict-free harvested horsehair.
Sail the seas of fresh breath with every stripe of flavor imaginable. The only limit is your imagination.
We’re confident fresh breath will be the new black when you see our hipster-favorite Activated Charcoal brush in action. If you’re an old-school artist who prefers completely all natural techniques (e.g., au plain painters), you’re only going to need one brush: Baking Soda. Delete everything else and don’t look back.
Join the #Toothpaint Challenge
We know our users are always up for a challenge, and we’re certain this new brush set will help you put a minty-fresh sheen on whatever you specialize in. Tag your drawings #toothpaint for a chance to be featured and ridiculed on the @autodesksketchbook social media feeds. We’re dying to see what you make with this innovative new brush set.