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    Unhappy photoshop question

    I am new to the photoshop.Does anybody knows the difference between the opacity,flow and airbrush abailities in the brush section. Thanks.

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    I just got Photoshop 7 myself, but sofar I know that, when you enable the airbrush option, the paintbrush will act very much like an airbrush does.. the "paint" builds up the longer you stay on a spot. If you disable it, the opacity stays the same as you have set it.

    As for flow, I think thats something like opacity wich you use with the airbrush option on. I havent checked everything out yet myself...

    To see differences between options.. why not just try them out and discover them yourself?


    Ok thats my two cents worth. If anyone can explain this stuff better, please do.

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    Flow determines how many times the brush drops paint in a stroke...

    Opacity controls the density of your brush stroke.

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