Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing Brush Projection: part two, part of Photoshop CS6 New Features: Brushes.
In the last segment I showed you how something simple like a graphic shape, such…as an arrow when applied to the brush projection, you can do some pretty…interesting manipulations of that image, as if it were rotating in a shallow 3D…space, especially when you use the Art pen, although it is useful in concert…with the Grip pen as well, which is the default pen that comes with Wacom, the…Art pen is the one that also senses barrel rotation.…With regards to this tool, you really don't need barrel rotation and this…doesn't become a tool, that's really only useful for someone with the Art pen,…it's useful with both.…
What I've done is taken the airbrush and just created an interesting kind of splat.…In playing with this, I found that something that has energy in the ab, that…is going to be used for the brush tip, gives an interesting result when used as a brush tip.…What I've done with this is I've just created this kind of splatter and I'm…going to go ahead and capture this as a brush tip.…And I'll go ahead and define my brush preset, and I'm going to call this splat.…
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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