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Thread: Using Photoshop Brushes in AR3 Studio Pro

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    Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial! Would this also apply to creating a wordart type brush in photoshop, ie like the Welcome Typography Sticker Spray we have in the Presets?

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    Thanks for the great feedback everyone.

    @Veevs, Yes, though AR3 SP has limited text support so its probably best to render out your text in photoshop and still bring it into AR3 as an image format like .png.

    If you are wanting to do individual letters that make up a word they will need to be made as an image sequence... take a look at my tutorial 'Sticker sequences for natural brush effects' to get an idea of how to do this. You would just be placing an image of a letter/character in place of a sponge.
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    Cool! Thank you so much Juz - will check out all the tutorials

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    That's a far cry from Photoshop CS brushes, you're just using the brush shape.
    Black triangle cursor option for ArtRage 3 please!

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    In photoshop the brushes are simply a 'brush shape'/image stamp which is varied according to the brush's panel dialog options. You can see the image stamp by adjusting the spacing in the 'brush tip feel' part of the brush's dialog (see attached). In artrage sticker spray brushes are a 'brush shape'/image stamp which is varied according to the options set in the variations dialog.

    This tutorial was to demonstrate how people can use their photoshop brushes within artrage, not an artrage v's photoshop comparison.
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    Juz, as always your work is fantastic. You're a great teacher and your way of teaching and transmitting knowledge, are intrinsic of the great masters.

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    After I spent several hours on Saturday working out how
    to do this - the hard way, I saw this thread!

    Thanks so much, for this clear, concise tutorial, Juz.
    It'll be so much easier now.
    Hin

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    Quote Originally Posted by furio View Post
    That's a far cry from Photoshop CS brushes, you're just using the brush shape.

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    Wow SOS awesome brushes... that crystal looking one in the bottom right is Drop Dead Gorgeous.
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    Wonderful tut! Thank you so much...you just saved me a whack of time and frustration (especially the color info)!

    Rock (Rage? ) On!

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