Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing Brush Projection: part one, part of Photoshop CS6 New Features: Brushes.
This segment is going to take a look at brush projection.…This is a new feature in CS6 that works in concert with Captured Brush tips.…To demonstrate this I've got a brush shaped like an arrow, so that it's set to…follow based on direction, so whatever direction the brush is going, that's the…direction the arrow will point.…This is a good graphic shape to take advantage of brush projection, so you can…actually see how it works and it also is useful for getting the sense of how…to control this brush.…
I'm going to the Brush panel, and if you go to Shape Dynamics and go right down…here, you'll see this new checkbox, Brush Projection.…So I'm going to click on that let's just see what happens?…Now I'm starting to tilt my pen, and as I tilt it you can see that it's actually…distorting the shape of the graphic that is the brush tip.…Now I can draw and as I tilt my pen you can see what's happening is I'm getting…very different shapes associated with it.…
Now I'm done moving this right now with the standard Grip pen, this is the pen…
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- Setting up the painting workspace
- Getting acquainted with brush tip types
- Understanding brush behaviors
- Loading your brush with colors
- Managing the tool presets
- Drawing with pencils