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Thread: Brush Release - Short'n'Curlies

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    Brush Release - Short'n'Curlies

    Flyashy's wonderful smoke tendril prompted me to remember I made this curly one in the beta. They might go together. Enjoy
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    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    I copied the file but, got lost trying to upload it, any hints and how to's??
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    @ Tonyjazz, You should be able to get the .stk loaded by following this:-
    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...4&postcount=17
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Juz these are great Thank you so much
    Last edited by Valerie; 03-01-2010 at 07:24 AM.
    Valerie

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    Thanks, Juz,

    I'm quite sure I'll find a need to use this, sooner or later, now that you've made this brush available!
    Hin

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    Thanks Juz, I will certainly try them !
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Juz, these look great - thank you

    Am I correct that these can only be used as single stickers layered one on top the other? ..I was just wondering if there were a way to make these into a flowing brush stroke thats all

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    Hi Rowena

    Absolutely any sticker you have loaded in your sticker panel can be used as a sticker spray brush

    Referring to the attached image:-

    Select the sticker spray tool a)

    In the settings menu click the 'Sheet' button b)

    You will notice that the menu list here and the catagories for the stickers in my panel are identical. c) and d).
    This is because this Sheet menu can only reference what is stored in my sticker spray panel.
    So I just find the catagory in the list to match the one in the sticker panel that holds the intended sticker for use and then choose the sticker itself from within that catagory.

    PS/ you may notice the Photoshop Brushes catagory in my stickers does not appear in the menu i've shown... this is because currently it has no stickers in it
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    Dear Juz, you are very kind.
    Thank you for your helpful explanation!

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