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    Eraser brush question

    In photoshop, you can use any type of brush as an eraser.

    Is there a way to do that in Artrage ?

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    Hi Dannac. There's no way to do that in ArtRage, erasing is specific to the eraser tool.
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    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleaningbrisbane View Post
    Yes! If you’re painting or drawing in Photoshop using a brush that has a nice organic brush stroke and you want to correct or erase part of your painting using an eraser that has the same look and feel of your brush instead of the default Photoshop erasers there are a number of ways to do so in Photoshop.

    Perhaps the easiest is to switch your brush mode from ‘normal’ to ‘clear’ which will essentially turn your current brush into an eraser, with all it’s settings in tact. But what if you have switched brushes or recently changed the settings of your brushes and want to go back to a previous brush? There’s an easy way to do that as well. With your eraser tool selected, just open the brush preset panel and you will see the history of the last seven brushes you used in order. Simply select the one you want to use and your eraser now takes on almost all the properties of that brush.
    Question was for Artrage, not Photoshop,

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