Manga Creator Brushes by Brushapes

Sale price¥2,600

A collection of the most necessary extra elements for drawing manga in Illustrator, Photoshop, Affinity, Clip Studio Paint and Procreate. It includes 50 outline and filled bubbles (intended for speech, thoughts, shouts, sound effects, and even author's comments), as well as 30 frames. 

A comprehensive selection of inkers and screentones is an essential foundation, yet they alone are insufficient to create a manga. These tools enable you to create impressive art in the style of classic Japanese, Chinese, or Korean comics, and even elaborate artbooks. However, you will need speech bubbles for this to be a real manga.

Storyboarding is probably the most challenging yet pivotal aspect of storytelling. It demands captivating visuals and a coherent, logical narrative enriched with well-crafted dialogues and annotations. This process covers meticulous planning, layout design, and the integration of various visual/verbal elements. If you haven't taken up the art yet, we advise you to look at the previous packs of manga brushes, which offer plenty of essentials, including liners, inkers, halftones, and graphite pencils. However, our current focus shifts towards speech bubbles and frames.

Once again, we've teamed up with Kristina Vorotnikova to release a collection of the most necessary extra elements for drawing manga . It includes 50 outline and filled bubbles (intended for speech, thoughts, shouts, sound effects, and even author's comments), as well as 30 frames. We have thought through all possible options so that you can create exactly the pages or panels you need, with the flexibility to add any amount of text within the speech bubble.

“Mangakas haven’t been doing the whole drawing-every-tiny-detail-by-hand thing for ages—it just takes too much time. So, I thought, why not make a super comprehensive pack? Something that even Isayama could use if he was thinking about dropping a sequel to “Attack on Titan,” or someone just starting out after taking a few classes at Anime Art Academy.