Painter Image hose in photoshp?

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    Painter Image hose in photoshp?

    I am positive that photshop can do what painter does, does anyone know how to do this? i know that i can get a b/w brush of my image, but no color to it? on the futurama season 3 they talk about using photoshop to paint crowds with the bruhes and it just spits out images of crowd peple.

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    Hi,

    As nearly as I can tell doing a quick read of Photoshop 7 Help, there's no feature similar to Painter's Image Hose brush category.

    However, it seems that Photoshop can do something similar to Painter's Pattern Pens brush variants, painting with the Pattern Stamp tool using a selected Pattern.

    I could have this all wrong and I certainly haven't figured how even that is done.

    I'll be very interested to learn more about how it's done in Photoshop 7 and/or if this capability is only available in Photoshop CS.

    The only other programs I know of that have the capabiltiy of spraying images the way Painter's Image Hose sprays images contained in a Nozzle are:

    PaintShop Pro (Tubes)

    Photo Paint (Image Lists)

    I hope someone here has the answer.

    Good luck,

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    Photoshop needs something like this. It would be very useful.

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