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    killing.people, you're not only good at using the technique, you've explained it quite nicely as well. Thanks for the excellent tutorial!
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    photoshop pressure vs painter

    hey K.P.

    I've just bought a Wacom Intuos3 and I was wondering what settings I need to change in photoshop to get a better painting effect. Because at the moment it's still similar to how I would've painted with my mouse.

    Sure I can draw rad stuff in Painter Essentials 2, where it's pressure sensor heaven, but there's too many brushes to choose from and all I really want is a similar painting effect to Bengal and Sparth.

    Cuz they have this rad color blending thing going on that I just can't get right just yet. I even got a copy of Painter 8 cuz 'Essentials' doesn't let you work with PSD's, + that's even more hectic with all the Brushes that program has, I can't find something that works. any pointers.thnx.
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    thanks Scubasteve

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    have your brush tool selected when you hit F5.

    like i mentioned in the first part of this thread, make note of the buttons on your tablet that read 'soft' medium' 'firm' and read about the settings for your tablet and calibrate them. be aware you can create your own brushes with a selection: 1. select an area. 2. click, edit > define brush. 3. name the brush and select the brush. 4. make brush setting adjustments. you will need to save those settings to keep the brush preset. that's a good starting point if you ask me.

    the brush being previewed in the image above kinda looks like a brush that could get a bengal feel. hehe, but she uses much more than a brush setting, ask kurt_hectic \PL, he'll tell you.

    sparth uses a lot of blend modes. you can set brushes to paint with a blend mode. sparth too knows something i do not check his site, he had a tutorial showing his process last i checked. (months ago)

    if you want to know how they work, which brushes they use, run a search in the forum or simply ask them. they might just answer if they make the time.
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    hi killing.people,
    how do you get the fade out effect on both ends of the 'brushline'.
    Couldnt find it in the brushes window.

    Thanks for your help.
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    Kleiner, dude! serious? i'm going to look like an ass here but, i saw that as a really lazy question. i made you this beautiful image.
    you didn't look very hard did you. be honest. no, don't get up. allow me:
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    Hi,
    sry thats what i did.
    but see for yourself, i hope you'll also see my mistake.


    killing.lesson (photoshop)

    'Zeichenstift-Druck' means 'Pen Pressure'.

    I don't use a tablet, so the option won't take effect, but it should at least show in the brushes window, right?


    Thank you again.
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    hmm, i don't know man
    try posting it to the public to troubleshoot.
    you can't select it from your brush window? (left window in my last image)
    you will need a wacom to utilize the brush fully. you maybe able to get something out of it if you turn down your flow, but, that's all i can do from here.
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    Okay, i've already tried to turn down the flow, but just makes it more opague.

    I post if i can find a solution.




    bye, helpful.
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    without a tablet you're S.O.L. I use a mouse for now too and it doesn't even show up in the preview window as a pen-sensitive brush. Oh well, we do what we have to...
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    Thumbs up killing digitally

    Hey, thanks man. I've been using photoshop for years and I've finally tried some digital painting recently. I find myself addicted to the convenience and struggle... it's great.

    I'm sure I'll check this thread hundreds of times - always a new technique to learn.. I'm just checking this site out (my first post) and I've already found a gem to grow with.

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    does anyone us the mouse to color the picture??
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    Thats just effing brilliant... All this time trying to find how to draw a straight line and it was one of the keys I use all the time... SHIFT!! I constantly have my finger on shift for the undo, forward, backward commands... But I never tried drawing with it held down... WOW... Thanks dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by siriso
    does anyone us the mouse to color the picture??
    sure do! i use to. i highly recommend investing in a digital tablet.
    using painter, i drew the foreground with a mouse on this one.

    it's slow and you can't have pessured strokes, but you can still use the same techniques shown here.
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