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Thread: WC and PS WC brushes

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    WC and PS WC brushes

    Is it possible to use PS Wc brushes in artrage and if yes? how to use them? As single brushes or sticker spray (if that is even possible?).

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    Hi Rondo,
    Yes you should be able to import any Photoshop .abr brush file. (though on a couple of occasions I have encountered an .abr file that will not import but most do).
    However the brushes most likely will not function the same in AR as they did in PS, this is because in effect all the PS Brush Import function dose is to bring in the brush head image to AR and not the settings.
    Opening the Spray Variation panel and making adjustments there, as well as in the Sticker Spray's Settings panel, will let you set up the brush close to how it was and you will then have to save all the adjustments as a new Preset.
    As I say this will get you close to the original but in my experience these imported brushes rarely work exactly like they would in PS.
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    Markw,thx, but i know brushes of PS work in artrage ( i have ton's of them),but it was more (as you have answered)about Wc brushes.As you suggest i gone have to fiddle around in the setting to see what there can be achieved

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    Can you explain what WC brushes stands for?

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    WC stands for Water Color

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    WC stands for Water Color
    Thank you. That simply confused me.

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