The Load, Mix, and Wet values


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The Load, Mix, and Wet values

In this exercise, I'll explain how the Load option works and how to best take advantage of Wet and Mix interacting with each other. Now the Load value is kind of a no- brainer frankly and it's not the most terribly useful value on earth. I'll go ahead and crank Load all the way down to 1% and basically, what it's determining is how loaded with paint is your brush, which I got to say is, I think, carrying the metaphor a little bit too far. But if you crank that Load value down, so notice that Wet is set to 0% which means that a red brush is going have no interaction with the other colors inside the image.

Because the brush is loaded with color to the least extent it can be, it's ultimately going to run out of color as we paint. So notice how it just went ahead and faded away. But you can already do that with the Brush tool; there's a Fade value if you want to fade your brush strokes and you can also fade brushstrokes by relenting on the stylus. You can let off the st...

The Load, Mix, and Wet values
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The Load, Mix, and Wet values provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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