The world may have gone too far with pumpkin spice over the last few years, but actual representations of pumpkins are still acceptable and even necessary for Halloween. As are ghosts, spiders with their webs, spooky moons, creepy bats, and candy corn. All those things are signifiers of the season of the witch, so we thought this week we’d make some spooky Halloween stamps for you to add to your drawings.
Download and install the Spooky Halloween Stamps Brush Set if you are one of those people who dig everything about this, the creepiest time of the year. It has a bunch of stamps you can use to quickly add classic forms for Halloween: Clouds, Spider Eggs, Scratch Marks, Pumpkin Outlines, Jack ‘o Lanterns, Spooky Eyes, Spooky Spiders, Spooky Webs, Spooky Moons, Ghosts, Bats, and even one that will lay down a Candy Border on your drawing.
Installing the brush sets
Being able to share and install these weekly free brush sets in the desktop app is one of the features for SketchBook subscribers. If you’re using the latest desktop version of SketchBook, simply double click on the .skbrushes file, and it will automatically install. Check out this article for all the details about brushes and legacy versions. If you haven’t tried the subscription, you can download a free trial and unlock Pro membership for 15 days (no credit card required).