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|09-26-2020 05:16 AM|
|Pittarello||Certainly photoshop guarantees better performance to be able to modify and edit everything, but there are also free alternatives.|
|09-23-2020 06:17 PM|
|maddie||It seems like the texture you're looking for is pastel/chalk? Adobe has brush sets you can download on their website - in the "dry media brushes" pack theres one called "Kyle's ultimate pastel palooza" that has a texture similar to what you're looking for.|
|09-18-2020 08:41 AM|
|Steve Neul||There is different tools you can use in photoshop. Not sure what you are trying to achieve. Under "Brushes" there is one that marks hard lines and one that marks fuzzy lines and one that does speckles. I used the fuzzy one to do the cheeks in the picture I did. Shown on the bottom left you can adjust the pressure which sort of reduces the amount of paint that is applied to the image. I turned the pressure down to 2 percent and clicked it several times. Every time you click it the paint is deepened. From left to right I clicked the tool 5 clicks to 20 clicks.|
|09-18-2020 03:26 AM|
Originally Posted by Steve Neul View Post
I don't want the color to be so solid but with a bit of detail in it.
|09-16-2020 12:02 PM|
thanks, this is very useful information! I can't wait to be able to use it in practice. |
|09-16-2020 10:35 AM|
|Steve Neul|| |
Originally Posted by Isla View Post
|09-16-2020 09:43 AM|
Hi Isla |
Dont see any sooo special brush.
It seems to me that this painting was
made with a spray brush.
Here is a try from me. Painted with "MyPaint",
a free graphics program (PC/Mac).
But I think almost every other graphics
program has such a brush.
|09-15-2020 09:06 PM|
How to recreate this graphic?
Does anyone know how could I recreate graphics with similar look and feel in photoshop? With what kind of brush should I use or how could I create such texture?