50 assorted leaf related brushes for Clip Studio Paint (and a few blenders and erasers). A few brushes have baked in 'blend modes' such as multiply and color dodge, a few are erasers or blenders.
I made these to use in my fantasy map making and cartography. I make battlemaps for RPGs and tabletop gaming. So many of these will work to do quick treetops if you are also making fantasy battlemaps. This awesome set however, will be useful to comic artists, concept artists, and anyone who finds themselves fancying some quick fallen leaf fill or boughs of trees!
A few of them use the actual photos as a stamp tube. Those ones are particularly large file sizes and may cause a slower computer to get bogged down as a warning.
As a tip: set it to have a 'watercolor edge' to have a shadow on the edge of the leaf. Set the blend mode of the brush, not the layer, in the subtool properties to multiply to instantly build up shading as you draw in a circular motion. Set the blend mode of the brush, not the layer, to color dodge for instant highlights as you draw in a circular motion. Set the blend mode of the brush to overlay as a fun blender.
To get the paint to blend from foreground/background and by smearing, switch it from 'opacity' to 'color mixing'.
Some of the brushes are very large scatters of photographs, and if the size of the leaf is too big or too small for your artwork, you can change it in the subtool Tool Property menu under "spraying effect" "particle size".
The examples should give you an idea of what you get if you scribble around without even trying. Instant leaves with photographic detail. 2 tone brushes in many cases, which pick up your background and foreground coloration, or use the paint settings to drag color frrom other parts of the image. These are a huge timesaver if you're doing a scene in a comic or manga and it takes place outside, or as I use them, to make battlemaps. See the last couple example images for some battlemaps I whipped up using these leaves.
If you want the leaves as pngs to transform into brushes for other programs or use as clipart, you'll have to get my Leafening 1: PNG cutouts pack. All of the leaves in original color and grayscale for color switching are baked into these brushes, so you will have the full range of shapes to play with as Clip Studio Paint brushes, but this pack is limited to use in that program.
Not sure if these are what you need? I've included a sample of 6 brushes as a free non-commercial download.