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    Do you guys use pen pressure setting?

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    Experiment with your tools. Do what works for you. Or what works for the people you look up to.

    Asking random people their arbitrary preferences doesn't do much.

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    Not to mention different programs act differently.


    What kind of stroke do you make when painting in oils?

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    And most people use different settings for different purposes... It's not like we all use One Magic Brush Setting for everything.

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    basic big hard round opacity jitter brush is a powerful brush tho, thats for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    basic big hard round opacity jitter brush is a powerful brush tho, thats for sure.

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    It's good to push the spacing to 1 because I've found that the strokes ends up being much smoother that way. No ugly circles in the strokes. It takes much more ram though.

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    Recently, I've stopped using them...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    basic big hard round opacity jitter brush is a powerful brush tho, thats for sure.
    That sounds naughty.

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