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Thread: Recreating 'Pushing' the brush

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    Recreating 'Pushing' the brush

    Recently I attempted to do a Bob Ross style painting. For the most part I was able to figure out how to translate real world stuff to ArtRage, but one bit gave me some trouble. A technique he uses is 'pushing' the brush in...as in covering the top with paint, then just pushing the top of the brush into the painting. No strokes, no edging, just a push in.

    I've been having some issues trying to recreate this, the closest I've pulled off has been a square Brush: Pressure 100%, thinners 25%, loading 13%, aspect 100%, rotation 90%, stiffness 100%. Then I just quickly touch the page as opposed to stroking.

    Has anyone come up with a better solution? I've tried teh stickers and havne't found one yet that mimics the effect enough.

    Thanks
    H

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    Perhaps if you could attach an image that shows the effect you're after someone here could offer a possible technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac View Post
    Perhaps if you could attach an image that shows the effect you're after someone here could offer a possible technique?
    That probably would be useful, wouldn't it Here's a GIF of the method he is using: https://gyazo.com/e5f18209bfc504d9c0435727d1085db4

    If that doesn't make much sense, here's the link to the timestamp in the video of when he does it: https://youtu.be/oh5p5f5_-7A?t=6m24s

    Thanks, hope that helps

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    There are brushes that would give this effect. Some that come to mind are Someonesane's Sponge Brushes which are great for foliage. Have a look in the Art Supplies section for other resources. You can make your own brushes - there are instructions on how to do that.

    Also have a look at the Sticker Spray (Fun Brushes) - some of those work well for foliage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    There are brushes that would give this effect. Some that come to mind are Someonesane's Sponge Brushes ....
    Those are awesome, might just do the trick. Thanks for the suggestion

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