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Thread: Photoshop style brushes package

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    Photoshop style brushes package


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    A set of Photoshop/Painter style brushes to be used only on ArtRage (3.5.0 or later). To install simply download the ZIP file, unzip and double click the ARPACK file, follow instructions on screen. Have fun!

    Important: They are all Sticker Spray brushes! Please select the correct group once installed. I call it 'Starter brush pack' for now.
    Last edited by gb_whisper; 08-21-2011 at 05:24 AM. Reason: forgot link

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks gb, they d/l great now off to have some fun with them

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    Thanks GB. These are cool. They remind me a lot of SB pro brushes... how they stay on the service and don't mix much with their neighbors. They are a welcome addition though because I have sought to assimilate something like sketchbook pro brushes. Thanks again for these. They work well.

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    Love them.
    Sorry for my bad English (I never had English education)

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    These are very nice!! Thank you so much for sharing!

    I can see these coming in real handy when I'm doing some landscape type of drawings like with trees and bushes and whatnot. But I suspect I'll find many more uses for them that I can't see right now, so thanks again!!!
    I want my cake and eat it too!!! Milk and blood, and a piece of you!!!

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Wonderful! I never would have though of using stickers for that.

    If only the stickers supported opacity, and blend mode settings.
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    They don't have blend modes (though it could be changed by using a layer blend change), but the stickers do have an alpha control. You'll need the Pro version to change it though, because the setting is location on the variations panel.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Yeah, that's a bit fidgety though. I was thinking of something more accessible along the lines of the opacity slider for the ink and airbrush tool. Layer blend adjustment is too global to really do what I'm talking about.

    It would be super great if the ink pen tool supported different brush alphas. That would be perfect, because it performs better than turning the sticker controls to a low enough spacing to get a smooth stroke, and it already supports those options. I think that one is procedurally generated, though, not based on alpha.

    I would really like a good bristle in AR though.
    Last edited by ScottC; 12-14-2011 at 12:54 PM.
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    soft round brush

    Hi there, just were experimenting with "simple Round" solid & transparent preset.
    In Photoshop I ve been using mostly hard round and soft round brushes.

    Anyone having tried to mimick the PS soft round brush in artrage?
    Last edited by Amyas; 01-16-2012 at 09:15 AM.

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