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    How do I create these textures?

    I am trying to compile various palettes and various brushes for textures for various fabrics, construction materials, metals, etc.

    *Cotton
    *Nylon
    *Polyesters
    *Iron
    *Steel
    *Silver
    *Silk
    *Leathers
    *Brick
    *Wood
    *Titanium
    *Glass
    *Tungsten
    *Concrete
    *Cement
    *Geobond
    *Seacretion
    *Plastics
    *Duramold


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Sadly, all of these are for Photoshop and geared towards 3-D works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saigokarasu View Post
    Sadly, all of these are for Photoshop and geared towards 3-D works.
    ??? I've used this site to make brushes, papers, patterns, and backgrounds. Why do you think they are geared towards 3d?

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    Uhh I wouldn't post this if I couldn't use it in Painter. I use Painter more than Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artmessiah View Post
    ??? I've used this site to make brushes, papers, patterns, and backgrounds. Why do you think they are geared towards 3d?
    How do you go about doing that? These textures look very uniform. Patterns and backgrounds I can grasp, but brushes and papers? How?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davi View Post
    i have a tutorial sticked in this forum about how to use papers and textures
    What about as brushes? Here's what a friend told me:

    I remember reading in a Painter book how to get brushes to line up as tiled brush, but I'll need to find the info again if you do in fact want to make this a brush (personally I think any weave brush looks bad in Painter but then I just might not be doing it right).

    I'll get back to you when I get the info.
    Thoughts?

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    if u want to do those photoshop type of splash texture brush, u could use image hose

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    you should see how traditional painter solve this by using their brushes, instead of using photos, thats what i luv of painter, its more hand made than photoshop

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