I was just taking a look at PS as I know that eventually I will have to learn to use it just as much and as well as I use painter..
Anyways for the life of me I couldnt find a brush that gave me the same effect that preasure does in painter on a brush stroke... using a tablet and pen.
in PS CS when I create a new pic/document, at the "colour mode" settings I only have 8-bit or 16-bit RGB, were is my 32-bit? or 24bit true colour?
And to open a photoshop cs .psd or any file format image in painter I have to save it in photoshop cs as 8bit - also photoshop cs doesn't seem to have an option to save images as jpg why?
Something is wrong somewere me thinks.
How can I create a 32 bit/true colour image in photoshop?
I dont think I understanding PS CS well at all, as I thought it was capable of doing what painter does with the brushes, AND also would match my desktops true colour.
Can anyone enlighten me as to what I am/have doing/done wrong or missunderstanding with PS CS thanks ?
Here are some picture/documents with strokes just to show how I cant get the brush effect in PS CS that I can in Painter IX.5
ps cs image
See how in the painter strokes I can apply preasure and gradually increase the thickness and intensity of the stroke, were as in ps cs the strokes are just even all the way.
weirdness and its bugging the hell out of me lol.