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Thread: Stencil Brush and Blender Brush

  1. #1
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    Stencil Brush and Blender Brush

    Hi,

    the new stencils in AR 2.5 are just cool. A thing I´d love to see in a future version, though, is a kind of stencil brush. So you could actually paint with your stencils (also with self created ones). Then it will be necessary to give some special adjustment options for that brush as given in Photoshop (scatter, step size, maybe some random scattering options etc...) So the user could actually create his/her own brushes.

    Another thing that still doesn´t convince me is the new blending option in the palette knife. It´s better than in AR 2.2 but I still need a kind of blender brush - a dry brush with the help of which I can blend transitions even more subtle and smoothly.

    Thanks for your attention :wink:

    marco

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    Use stencils as a stamp perhaps! Especially when they are inverted.
    Charlie

    ArtRage for Art | EnergyXT2 for Music | Blender for 3D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    Use stencils as a stamp perhaps! Especially when they are inverted.
    Is that already possible? Or was that just an addition/alternative suggestion for a future update?

    Thanks,
    Marco

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    Hi Marco,

    Right click on the stencil, then select Invert

    You must click on a solid part of the Stencil, ArtRage is uber real!

    Phil
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    Thanks, Phil, but my actual question was if it is possible to use a stencil as a stamp :wink: Maybe I should have excluded the "invert" thing in my quotation/question...

    I think this is not possible yet, is it?


    Thanks,
    Marco

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    Hi Marco,

    You are correct, I misunderstood you.

    You can't use them as stamps yet.

    I really like the idea though, it would be like Silk Screen printing.

    Phil
    Luck is infatuated with the efficient.

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    Sorry, my original post was a bit ambigous. It was meant as a feature request.
    Charlie

    ArtRage for Art | EnergyXT2 for Music | Blender for 3D

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