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Paintbrush Tool and Brush Panel
Paintbrush Tool and Brush Panel
Illustrators Paintbrush Tool (B) and Brush Panel are some of its most powerful tools.
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Paintbrush Tool and Brush Panel
Paintbrush Tool and Brush Panel
A comprehensive guide to Illustrator`s Paint Brush tool and the Brush panel.
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How to Develop a Handmade Illustration with Photoshop
How to Develop a Handmade Illustration with Photoshop
This tutorial will give you a general workflow overview of how to create traditional illustrations on paper and then refining it further in Photoshop. We will use Indian ink, paintbrushes and a brush pen to ink our pencil sketch, and then watercolor to fill in the illustration. Then we will place the illustration into Photoshop to perform some fine-tuning and image corrections.
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Getting Started With a PhotoShop - Using the tool pointers
Getting Started With a PhotoShop - Using the tool pointers
Using the tool pointers When you select most tools, the mouse pointer matches the tool's icon. The marquee pointer appears by default as cross hairs, the text tool pointer as an I-beam, and painting tools default to the Brush Size icon. Each default pointer has a different hotspot, where an effect or action in the image begins. With all tools except the move tool, annotation tools, and the type tool, you can switch to precise cursors, which appear as cross hairs centered around the hotspot. To set the tool pointer appearance: 1. Do one of the following: * (Photoshop) In Windows or Mac OS 9.x, choose Edit > Preferences > Display & Cursors. * (Photoshop) In Mac OS X, choose Photoshop > Preferences > Display & Cursors. * (ImageReady) In Windows or Mac OS 9.x, choose Edit > Preferences > Cursors. * (ImageReady) In Mac OS X, choose ImageReady > Preferences > Cursors. 2. Choose a tool pointer setting: * Click Standard under Painting Cursors, Other Cursors, or both to display pointers as tool icons. * Click Precise under Painting Cursors, Other Cursors, or both to display pointers as cross hairs. * Click Brush Size under Painting Cursors to display the painting tool cursors as brush shapes representing the size of the current brush. Brush Size cursors may not display for very large brushes. 3. Click OK. The Painting Cursors options control the pointers for the following tools: * (Photoshop) Eraser, pencil, paintbrush, healing brush, rubber stamp, pattern stamp, smudge, blur, sharpen, dodge, burn, and sponge tools. * (ImageReady) Paintbrush, pencil, and eraser tools. The Other Cursors options control the pointers for the following tools: * (Photoshop) Marquee, lasso, polygon lasso, magic wand, crop, slice, patch, eyedropper, pen, gradient, line, paint bucket, magnetic lasso, magnetic pen, measure, and color sampler tools. * (ImageReady) Marquee, lasso, magic wand, eyedropper, paint bucket, and slice tools.
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Creating a Set of Digital Painting Icons
Creating a Set of Digital Painting Icons
This is the first tutorial in a series called "Creating a Set of Digital Painting Icons." We will design five icons that depict common tools associated with digital painting: a sketchbook with pencil, a camera for taking reference pictures, a paintbrush, a pen tablet and a large screen with a complete matte painting displayed on it. Let's get started with the sketchbook icon!
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Paint Brush Tutorial
Paint Brush Tutorial
I'd guess that the paintbrush is the most commonly used tool in one way or another so it helps to know exactly how each of its settings will change the outcome, this tutorial will give you a quick insight into these settings to help you when creating images.
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Paint Brush Tutorial
Paint Brush Tutorial
I'd guess that the paintbrush is the most commonly used tool in one way or another so it helps to know exactly how each of its settings will change the outcome, this tutorial will give you a quick insight into these settings to help you when creating images.
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Create a Dripping Paint Brush in Photoshop
Create a Dripping Paint Brush in Photoshop
This tutorial will give you a full dimension how to create a paintbrush along with a paint bucket from scratch. It will also describe to make custom shapes and use effects.
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Teeth Whitening: Four Methods
Teeth Whitening: Four Methods
Got yellow teeth? Here are four different approaches to whitening teeth in Photoshop, including adjustments, dodging, channel mixer, and paintbrush. Pick the one that best suits your style.
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Dead Eyes
Dead Eyes
This tutorial will teach you how to make eyes look dead.Some people think that taking a paintbrush and running overthe eyes with #FFFFFF is the answer for making the dead effect. It's NOT. There are many steps that go into this process, but it's ve
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Creating Dotted Lines
Creating Dotted Lines
Photoshop doesn't provide any quick means of creating dotted lines, but in this tutorial, Geoff Riggs will show you how to create your own customized dotted line quickly and easily, using the paintbrush tool.
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Pattern Logo
Pattern Logo
Use paintbrush, blending modes, and rotation to create an original logo.
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Managing your Brushes
Managing your Brushes
Brushes are used for each of the painting tools (airbrush, paintbrush, eraser, pencil) and image editing tools (history brush, rubber stamp, smudge, focus, toning), so it really pays to know your way around it. We'll give you a quick tour: show you a few shortcuts, and show you how to create, delete and load brushes
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Digital Rubber Stamps
Digital Rubber Stamps
Turn found objects (old tags, post marks, bits of handwriting, etc.) into digital rubber stamps by turning a well-prepared scan into a paintbrush.
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Paintbrush Logo
Paintbrush Logo
Create this paintbrush, then see how it was transformed into an actual logo
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