Loading and cleaning the Mixer Brush: Manual or automatic


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Loading and cleaning the Mixer Brush: Manual or automatic

Loading and clean your brush affects the behavior of how strokes are applied to the canvas. You have a choice of whether you want to do this manually or have Photoshop take care of it for you automatically. In this movie, we'll take a look at both methods. Up until now, I've been using these controls both turned on, and we're now going to talk about what these do. The Load control loads the brush for you automatically, after each stroke. And when it's enabled its dark,; when it's disabled it's light.

The second control is the Clean control. This cleans your brush after each stroke, and like the first control when it is disabled, it is white, and when it's enabled it's dark. Let's take a look at how these work. Now to start with, when these are both on and I started to paint, each stroke is always loaded, and each stroke will always clean itself after each stroke is produced. Now what happens, for example, if I turn off the ability to fill the color well, e...

Loading and cleaning the Mixer Brush: Manual or automatic
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Loading and cleaning the Mixer Brush: Manual or automatic provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Photoshop CS5: Painting with the Mixer Brush

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Design
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Photoshop
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