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    How to download attached brushes? I dont know why, but nothing happens when click on that .zip icon... Btw,
    If i dont have Tablet, can i paint concept without it?

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    Some good brushes here:

    www.colorburned.com

    Mainly image stamps, but still worth checking out

    sorry if already posted...

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    Lately, I've been enjoying a slight variation on the basic round brush. You turn down the roundness to get a fairly flat ellipse, set it at whatever angle works best for you, set angle jitter to initial direction, and set size jitter to pen pressure. I like this as an alternative to the basic round, because I can work with it the same way, but it puts down a more caligraphic, less predictable stroke. Not appropriate for everything, but I like it. Setting the angle jitter to initial direction allows you to get different brush orientations from stroke to stroke while maintaining that caligraphic look for each individual stroke. Good for dabbing in foliage and so forth.

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    thanks, nice brush

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    GOOD

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    I'm actually on a mission right now- I just today got an Intuos4 and I am trying like mad to find an inking/lettering brush that isn't as felt-tippy as the basic round brushes. To make matters worse I'm on PS Elements- it appears to use stuff like tilt etc (at least I can make crazy twirling brushes from the Wacom brushes) but I cannot control it because Elements doesn't let you.

    Nearest I got is Brushy 75, scaled down to 8, only size and roundness turned on, initial roundness 50% or so. But it's uncontrollable- the shape twists as you press, it gives a very interesting line but it's not only twitchy, it's part grey. I can't really use it like that. The less roundness you use, the crazier it is but also more greyed and streaky.

    I'm going to play with some of the brushes posted, but they so often seem to be texture stuff. Someone has to have made either a line-art brush, or some tilt/rotation aware thing that could scale down to a line-art brush. Ideally with a really opaque, crisp line...

    Edit: never mind, I'm doing it. Got the real Photoshop and am wrestling with the brush creation process. I want to have some stuff be commercial if I can get it good enough, but I will try to always put out free stuff as well. When I have a free thing I'll post it.

    favourite brushes/custom brushes

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    great thread!

    Can somebody tell me how to set brush-shortcuts with the F-buttons?? I used the search, yes, i even used google, but I cant find anything! I thought that Id seen a thread about this somewhere on CA....
    Id realllly appreciate some help.

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    Ooh I really like your brushes on the first page Sofa. Almost 3 years and you still haven't figured out how to upload them?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Andrews View Post
    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.
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDrawingIrish View Post
    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!
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingElvis View Post
    great thread!

    Can somebody tell me how to set brush-shortcuts with the F-buttons?? I used the search, yes, i even used google, but I cant find anything! I thought that Id seen a thread about this somewhere on CA....
    Id realllly appreciate some help.
    You have to record an action of picking the brush, then the action can be set to an Fkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GriNGo View Post
    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.
    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.
    Cheers dude.

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    A small quesion how i can download this brushes

    thank for all of this

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