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    Painter clone brush in PS?

    I was wondering if there is a way of producing the clone brush from the new painter in PS?
    I think thats what the brush is called. Its the one Android uses commonly to paint a repetetive shape with one stroke.

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    I'm not familiar with painter but it sounds like what you want to do is:

    ●Make the shape you want on a white background

    ●Select it, then go to Edit/define brush preset

    ●Go to the brush in the brush menu window (in the windows menu or press F5)

    ●Go into the brush tip shape submenu and decide the spacing

    ●Mabe do some shape dynamics and any other options you fancy

    ●Save the brush

    ●Paint paint paint

    ●Have beautifull picture and feel proud of yourself



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    ahh! exactly what I was looking for.
    Thanks daveneale!

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