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May 31st, 2009 #1
Choppy brush... anyone know how to fix this?
I just watched Zhang Lu's digital painting video (which was freaking awesome, btw) and was trying to configure my brush to have a similar look. It seems, however, than no matter what opacity/flow settings I use, I can't get around the choppiness.
I did a quick search in this forum to no avail, but I'm sure I'm not the first one with this problem. Anyone know if there are some performance settings or anything else I can adjust to make it smoother? I use CS4 with an Intuos3 tablet.
Thanks in advance!
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In the Brushes window, under Brush Tip Shape, lower or uncheck Spacing (can be found at the bottom). I hope this helps.
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May 31st, 2009 #3
June 1st, 2009 #4
Yes it's that simple :> But keep in mind that if you lower the bruhs spacing alot and work on huge files with huge brushes it may slow down (lagg the brush) i think keeping t at 10% is pretty ok.
Plus try to don't use the brush you showed us alot, rather use the Hard Round brush with unchecked shape dynamics and other dynamics set to pen pressure.
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June 1st, 2009 #5
Yeah, once I discovered all those options and played around with them, I can definitely see how it would start lagging a lot. 1% spacing is just so smooth though!
Thanks a lot for the advice! This has been one of my biggest hurdles in digital painting - finding the right brush to work with. Can't wait to finally focus on my art and stop banging my head against the table choosing various brushes.