Did I said that I'm grateful? Well, I'm!
Thanks for that warm welcome.
As I said in my first reply, I'm travelling to Buenos Aires on next friday and will be very difficult to participate here until I came back to my hometown.
Anyway, probably you already know that there are a free resources section in my website:http://www.circografico.com.ar/resources/
Most of the brushes that I use are there.
Well, the first thing that I do when install Photoshop is to change the keyboard shortcuts.
Why? 'cause I found very comfortable to work with my left hand over the keyboard using some fingers in some operations like resize the brush and pick colors directly from the work in progress.
I've an explanation about that here:http://alexdukal.blogspot.com/2009/01/pintando-con-photoshop-tips_29.html
(First in spanish and english at the bottom)
The video in that post shows how I mix colours while painting, using the Alt key.
I don't use the computer to save time, for me it's a tool like oils or watercolours, so don't expect to paint very quickly with this techniques!
You were talking about "style" and that's a nice subject that it's not directly related to techniques, I think that the style comes to life when you own the technique and adds your personal background and life. Anyone could learn the technical part but the other part its strictly personal. No one wants to be a clone, so you must to study, copy and learn from as many artists, schools or styles as you could. I've learned that way.
Is "Bengali" the other language in this Forum?