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    i believe android does that in painter using the pattern chalk. it can however be done as described in the brush presets in PS.

    hey life on the sofa, have you figured out how to host and post your brushes yet? you have some cool ones. i will host them for you if you want, just let me know, send me the brushes you want hosted and i will create a download link for them. i have lots of free web space.

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    Just in case someones too lazy to go to deviantart: this is the way to do the directional shapes in PS, like the forms found in android's recent digital work:

    In the "Shape Dynamics" section of the Brushes Palette, go to to "Angle Jitter", and set the control to "Direction". Remember to make the spacing higher than usual (the control is in Brush Tip Shape section), so the individual shapes can be distinguished inside the whole stroke.
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    ped454 brushes set is awesome. I was just needing the rake brush! Really thanks!
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    favourite brushes/custom brushes
    I found these excellent cloud brushes. However I only use one of them, used as a brush preset. It makes the absolute, best cloud ever. See what you think.
    I use a liberal pressure for the background clouds. And the layering is excellent. If you tap the brush it makes smaller more concentrated clouds. Layering clouds lighter or darker to mimic sunlight or precipitation is effortless. I stamped it with the brush creator's credit.

    You can just use a cloud image like it,(b&w), magic erase the sky around it and use the settings Jenn used. She did such a beautiful job with them.
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    For the longest time I've tried to stay away from using special brushes for painting and drawing, trying to get proficient with just the round brush, but using some of these custom brushes makes my work look so much more credible!

    I wonder how often people are using custom brushes!
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    Photoshop brushes

    Hey I thought I would chime in on this as well.

    I have been fooling around with custom brushes in Photshop for a while now - you know how it goes you work on a project and need a custom brush to do something so you make it. Any ways, I started to put them in to sets and give them away along with left over vector art and texture files of my web site I set up for this. They are all free to use in your comercial projects - just dont sell or give away the sets with out asking me first . The page is http://orbitalrice.com/ .Right now I only have 2 sets up now but am trying to add a new set every week or so.

    Here are the 2 sets I have up now.

    favourite brushes/custom brushes

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    favourite brushes/custom brushes

    They all have been made in Photoshop cs3 and work with the wacom tablet.

    I hope they help you make GREAT art!

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    HI...the download link from your website does not work...have you removed the brushes for some reason..? I am particularly interested in skin texture brushes..
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    Hey... thanks for pointing that out .. its all fixed now.. you know Technology making life simple? lol
    Please let me know if you like the brushes or not.. or if you would like to see some sort of brush set.

    Cheers and thanks a million + 1 !
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    Hi Antilight77....it's working now..thanx but after unzipping i am getting only one brush (the first one)!
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    cant remember who asked, but sadly had some problems with my computer a while ago and lost photoshop, so just bought the new photoshop program, but i think i can post a high resoloution brush stamp and i posted the settings earlier in this thread; so once its up save it, open it in photoshop then the usual >define brush..etc etc and fiddle with the settings.

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    what you do is set your DIRECTION under Brush dynamics .. then you also have to play with the roundness settings.. they can be based off pressure and direction and such most likly it is just roundness and set randomly at mayeb 30%


    hope this helps.. roundnesss helps to break up repitition when a shape like a tirangle has to follow a set path..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jettison View Post
    Kind of a noob question.....not quite sure how to word it, thus not quite sure how to search for it....

    How would one go about affecting the 'angle' of the brush in photoshop?
    favourite brushes/custom brushes
    Notice how the triangle 'lines' in this piece seem to follow the path? So all the triangles aren't all facing the same direction, they are following one another in different angles....

    It obviously looks pretty 'Illustrator' to me, but is there some way to do that in Photoshop?

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    That can also be done in zbrush which android also uses.
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    just define a custom brush in photoshop that is triangle shaped. then in the brush properties change the spacing on the brush tip in brush tip shape so that the triangles don't overlap. Then change the angle of the brush tip by rotating the circle in the brush tip shape section until the triangles point into one another. Then under shape dynamics turn on angle jitter and set it to direction. your triangles should now follow whatever path you draw.

    (this is assuming you have a tablet of course)
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