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Hello, I had seen a tut online somewhere (quite awhile ago) about how to best create Painter brushes (similar to the look of custom-created brushes in Photoshop). Is anyone familiar with how to best do this in Painter?
In other words, I'm looking for a detailed tut on how to create custom Painter brushes that will act in similar fashion as the brush creation engine within Photoshop. (I realize I basically repeated myself. Sorry.)
Can anyone point me in the correct direction?
I appreciate the help.
But Zhu Zhu made a nice round brush, http://zhuzhu.deviantart.com/art/My-...ushes-55223889
Thanks for the reply. I probably didn't clarify as much as I should've. I'm referring more to how to paint my own custom shapes then turn them into brushes (like grunge-style, texture styles, or from image sections, etc.). Hopefully that helps clarify what I'm looking for. So far, I've not been able to find the info online again.
This may be what I was looking for...or very similar at least. I appreciate your help!!
one thing that i do is create vector strokes via illustrator, rasterize them, and then turn them into patterns to be used with the pattern chalk but in such a way it feels more like a pen brush or something.
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Very cool. Thanks for sharing!
Okay...thanks for the link. The brushes look interesting though I'm more interested in how they're created rather than the brushes themselves. Dissecting this files may be helpful. Thank you.
I know this might sould like a jerk question, but have you tried Help within the program yet? That's how I first learned to make dab oriented brushes (brush shapes I created). BTW that CGSociety link Arshes Nei posted should more than get you started. Take care friend
Artmessiah, yes...already read the Help-info (and much, much more). I just like to read as much about something as I can, from many locations, because you don't learn from just one source. No offense taken, however. Thanks.