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Thread: Hanzz Sticker brush.

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    Hanzz Sticker brush.

    The new sticker paintbrush I used to paint my recent new works.
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    Here are the settings to make it work. My advise is to paint gradually with it. Very light strokes in different directions to get the colour you want.
    Don't try to paint the full colour in one time, you will end up with ugly blobs of colour.
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    very nice subtle brush. Thanks Hanzz. It works really well for skin on portraits.
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    Thanks for this but how do I save this as a sticker preset? I've done it before in the past but I now forget how as the process is so convoluted...

    Or perhaps you could also include the tool preset file (.prs)?

    Again thanks... I love using sticker sprays but setting up new ones is too confusing for me...

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    Never mind. I found the thread where somesane assisted me prior with the same problem....

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    For anyone else wondering out there. Just save the ping file. In AR3 Studio pro...Open your sticker palette and click on New. Then click on the ellipsis (3 little dots)under color. either one (upper or lower.) then find the ping on your disk. leave columns and rows at 1. Click shadow off. Pick a group and a name for the brush. click OK. you now have a sticker brush to use with the sticker spray tool. make your own preset or use the spray variations of Hanzz.
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    Awesome Hanzz , thanks so much for sharing.
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thanks Kenmo, Screenpainter and Juice !!
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    indeed, a very nice brush! thanks a lot for sharing, Hanzz

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    You ar every welcome MSIE
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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