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    I don't know much about painter, but as far as I know I think it's just like a pattern brush.

    With your brush selected, go to your brush palette and select texture. You can make the textures yourself by opening your image(s) in a new canvas and manipulating it however, and going to Edit > Define Pattern.

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    I don't think PS has an image hose thingie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamR View Post
    I don't know much about painter, but as far as I know I think it's just like a pattern brush.

    With your brush selected, go to your brush palette and select texture. You can make the textures yourself by opening your image(s) in a new canvas and manipulating it however, and going to Edit > Define Pattern.
    I don't know a lot about painter either, but I think it's a little different than just making a pattern brush. I believe it would be like taking a pattern brush, but giving it more than one pattern it could randomly select from. I've often thought it would be cool if Photoshop had a way to let us assign a few different images to one brush (and I don't mean dual brush mode, which is different) so we could get a little more variety within one brush. Instead I end up making several different brushes and then using them all in one area.

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