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    Feng Zhu Chalk brush?

    apparently feng zhu's chalk brush is supposed to be in the Dry media brush set, but Its not there! there is no chalk brush in the Dry media set and I really want his brush. Anyone know what it is? Thanks!

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    IIRC, in CS3 it's in the default brush selection, in CS4 there are 2 in "Natural Brushes 2"...

    But regardless of that, I suspect when you say things like " I really want his brush." that what you really mean is "I really want his talent" and missed the spot in his latest video where he says things like "The brush doesn't matter," and "it takes 5 seconds to make your own brushes."

    But that's just a guess.

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    +1 Dokka

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    Thats rude of you, don't need to act like a brat. I just wanted the brush so I can achieve a similar feel/look to the painting. A grungy look, but you obviously didn't bother asking why. Next time you post, just answer the questions rather than being rude and ignorant. Thanks though,even though I have cs5

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    Depending on the version of Photoshop you're using (I have CS5)... It should be one of the #36 brushes in your default presets. It's plainly called a chalk brush. The icon looks rectangular.

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    Im sorry... #23 Chalk brush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikokoo View Post
    Thats rude of you, don't need to act like a brat. I just wanted the brush so I can achieve a similar feel/look to the painting. A grungy look, but you obviously didn't bother asking why. Next time you post, just answer the questions rather than being rude and ignorant. Thanks though,even though I have cs5
    Sorry to say this, but he didnt bother asking be course that's whats usually meant. And to "achieve a similar feel/look to the painting. A grungy look" doesnt mainly depend of the brush, but also the way you apply the strok, the certenty of the strok, the correct colors, the correct shape of the stroke, the correct settings of the brush... but mainly its a question of practice, experience and cleanliness of colors.

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