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I would say the contrary to be honest.. Photoshop can emulte pretty well what happens in Painter, and maybe IMO i think it's easier to come up with certain effects. Also people need to remember that in Photoshop, you can make your own brush shape, and make it very big as well (1000x1000 if you like), that way you can create very crisp details for your work, no matter what size of brush you use.The Large Portion of shapes are created with a tools called "Pattern Chalk" that is exclusive to Corel Painter. Pattern Chalk combined with a vast library of shapes he has collected. As ArtZealot mentioned as well that Zbrush is a good potion on the process as well.
These effect can be imitated in photoshop to a certain degree, but for the most part... never close enough as far as Ive always heard.
His Demo's in the download section have explinations, demonstrations about these tools and how he sets them up. Quite original and impressive.
Make the custom brushes yourself, then you can feel like a little bit less of a cheat =3 since it is still technically all your own work.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!
You have to record an action of picking the brush, then the action can be set to an Fkey.
I stand corrected, been a while since I posted that. I did end up figuring out something pretty close to the pattern chalk. I suppose I just didnt tweak some of the settling enough.I would say the contrary to be honest.. Photoshop can emulte pretty well what happens in Painter, and maybe IMO i think it's easier to come up with certain effects. Also people need to remember that in Photoshop, you can make your own brush shape, and make it very big as well (1000x1000 if you like), that way you can create very crisp details for your work, no matter what size of brush you use.
A small quesion how i can download this brushes
thank for all of this
Okay, this may seem like a stupid question, but how do I download the brushes on the first page? It just says "Attachments Pending Approval" next to the zip files, and there's no download link...
Thought I would share a couple brushes I'm trying out. They are proportion guides you can just stamp into an image, so you don't have to drag guides out. One is for faces and the other is for figures. The idea is to have a rough guide and by no means should they be relied on as concrete, but I thought they were helpful.
Let me know what you think. Dumb idea, good idea, how I should tweak them. Whatever.
I was wondering if there was any way you could let me know what was that discovery of yours for the pattern chalk in Photoshop! Thanks buddy!
I've created a new set of brushes and thought I would share a sample set with conceptart.org members.
Please download the sample here: Folds and Wrinkles Sample set
You will need to have Photoshop CS4 and above to use them, I apologize to those who have earlier versions in advance.
If you like them stop by my blog to check out the entire set: http://suztv.blogspot.com/2011/11/fo...brush-set.html
Of course the entire set is a nominal fee but enjoy the sample set I've provided and let me know what you think of the brushes and if you find them useful or what I could do to make them better etc.
Some of my speed painting Photoshop brush set.Download it from HERE
compatible with cs5, cs6
I don't know whether this brushes works on cs3 and cs4.Guess you guys need to find out yourself
Enjoy the Brushy Day
I'm a big fan of the default round brush, and usually when I need some sort of texture I just download a brush because I'm lazy. But I also love angles, so I occasionally make things like this.
Here is a little Demo of my Brushsets.Please excuse me for not going in to the details.I had a hard time with recording cause my system is not capable enough to handle screencapture video recording .