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    Is there a Burn Tool (PS) equivalent

    I tried going into Custom Brush and Brush Designer but have not been able to replicate the Burn Tool one finds in PS.
    Is there a way to do it?

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    I believe you could accomplish what you are looking for by setting a new layer on Burn blend mode and painting with black/white using any brush to apply it. That's how I adjusted my shadows and highlights on my nebula painting.

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    I don't know if this will help but I have made two airbrush presets for colour burn and colour dodge. In this example I have applied the airbrush over an oilbrush stroke. The colour burn has the same settings but the blend mode is changed.

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    I totally forgot that you can change the blend mode in the preset of the tools. I've been so busy with school that I haven't painted since January. Also probably forgot because I prefer to keep my adjustments on their own layer until I'm satisfied with them, then I merge down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krigen813 View Post
    I believe you could accomplish what you are looking for by setting a new layer on Burn blend mode and painting with black/white using any brush to apply it. That's how I adjusted my shadows and highlights on my nebula painting.
    Thanks i think that's working ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krigen813 View Post
    I totally forgot that you can change the blend mode in the preset of the tools. I've been so busy with school that I haven't painted since January. Also probably forgot because I prefer to keep my adjustments on their own layer until I'm satisfied with them, then I merge down.
    Thanks for the tip with the separate layer!

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