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    Adobe CS5 and its COlor mixing/brush feature!

    Sorry if you've already heard of this or seen it, i thought i would share it to the people that haven't seen it.




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    You mean to tell me photoshop is actually adding something useful for the people that use it as a paint program!? i don't believe it.

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    That new brush tech looks quite interesting, though I wonder how it will perform - hope it won't be laggy as hell.

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    It looked laggy in the preview, hopefully that won't be the case when it ships.

    And what the hell, whats with the stupid american football presentation? The dumb presentation almost took away from the coolness of the new tech

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    Interesting. I like the idea of brushes finally mimicking the behaviour of traditional media in Photoshop, but there is a bit of a Luddite in me that still thinks if you want the look of traditional media then learn to use it rather than emulate it. But regardless, I love Photoshop anyway...

    Fascinating how the examples they use to present the new painting features are manipulated photographs rather than from-scratch images.

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    I agree, the football bits were so lame. The paint mixing still feels like the regular smudge to me. I'm more excited about the warping though, although the fixed control vertices and the movable ones looked the same so that part didn't make sense
    It was a pretty strange presentation and it feels more like a spoof.

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    That was a shitty presentation of a great feature or two.
    I wish they had an artist demo it, instead of a kindergarten teacher

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    I will agree that the presentation was... weird.

    I do like the new features though... the blending looks like they are just catching up with Painter, but the actual "brushstrokes" look very interesting...

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    Yep. Adobe is finally looking at us. Corel has got to pay more attention now...

    The feature was so laggy in the fella´s computer, that i´m sure i will need a completely new setup to be able to use it here....

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    who knew the average photoshop junkie were such big football fans

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    I totally agree with Poshspice, if you wanna mix painting, why don't do it with real painting and real brushes ? I think it can be cool for learning some color theories and how to mix colors, and maybe some digital artists would be tempted to try traditionnal painting thanks to this tool !

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    Looks promising but that why does he talk like in some TV show for kids?

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    *yawn*

    Photoshop CS5, meet Corel Painter 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterKiller_ View Post
    *yawn*

    Photoshop CS5, meet Corel Painter 8.
    Agreed...

    Do what your good at stop trying to be the end all app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walid D View Post
    I totally agree with Poshspice, if you wanna mix painting, why don't do it with real painting and real brushes ? I think it can be cool for learning some color theories and how to mix colors, and maybe some digital artists would be tempted to try traditionnal painting thanks to this tool !

    But couldn't you just say that about digital painting all together? Why paint on a computer at all when you can just do it with real paint and brushes? It obviously has it's uses and I, for one, welcome the feature. But I does look laggy as hell in that video.

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    I have paint traditionaly for many years, and now i am doing it digitaly, and i love it. This looks interesting, but to laggy and, like most of you noticed, looks like regular smudge/
    But i supposed this is just beginning of some new thing(does any one use or even remember that stretch thing that was introduced in pscs4?? ), and who actually use canvas rotation, bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zwarrior View Post
    who knew the average photoshop junkie were such big football fans
    well.... there are a few of us.

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    New paint engine looks bland and still digital.
    New warp tools could be useful.

    But goddamnit I want a color picker that stays open !

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    I hate to be a cynic, but I admit I'm suspicious that the only examples they could come up with were paintovers from "injured football players with nothing better to do"... Strong selling point right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyFreeze View Post
    Agreed...

    Do what your good at stop trying to be the end all app.
    Though I do think these new features are interesting, DeadlyFreeze you raise a good point... We probably wouldn't need 4GB of RAM these days if programs did fewer things better, and had less bloat... PS is one program that has a LOT of bloat... does it really need more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ookchk View Post
    Though I do think these new features are interesting, DeadlyFreeze you raise a good point... We probably wouldn't need 4GB of RAM these days if programs did fewer things better, and had less bloat... PS is one program that has a LOT of bloat... does it really need more?
    yes it does, so I dont have to buy other programs which I usually end up going back and forth from photoshop with anyway, which would take up a lot more ram.

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    cool and nice to see they brought the puppettool into ps , but they should just show their features without any speech and add a catchy song to the background like pixologic does because now i tought it was some kind of youtube kid trying to hoax people

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatejaPetkovic View Post
    and who actually use canvas rotation, bullshit.

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    Seriously? I've been waiting for that thing for years ever since i first tried painter! With an intuos 4 its so quick and intuitive, why would anyone NOT use it?

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    new 3D paintbrush is a good add ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slash View Post
    Seriously? I've been waiting for that thing for years ever since i first tried painter! With an intuos 4 its so quick and intuitive, why would anyone NOT use it?
    Agreed, I use canvas rotate all the time, one of the best feature that was WAAAAY overdue.

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    This seems pretty cool. I'd be interested to see where it leads.

    Annnnd. It sounds like Zack Braff is narrating this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiot Apathy View Post

    But goddamnit I want a color picker that stays open !
    yeah god damn it.. or at least a shortkey to open the friggin thing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumskee View Post
    yeah god damn it.. or at least a shortkey to open the friggin thing..
    Check this
    http://www.peousware.com/open-photos...oard-shortcut/

    but only for CS3 so far I think...

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    thats pretty cool

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    I think I'll just stick to my trusty hard round brush for now.

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