Join Daniel Lieske for an in-depth discussion in this video Scattering, part of Drawing and Painting in Photoshop - The Great Training.
- The next set of brush adjustments…we find under the point Scattering,…and we have a scatter value here,…and if we increase it,…you will see in the little brush preview below here…that if I'm increasing the scatter,…the brush tips move away…from my brush stroke in a random fashion,…and by using the option Both Axes,…they will not even go left and right…away from my stroke,…but even back and forth,…so this adds a lot of chaos to my brush stroke.…
In combination with the Spacing setting,…I can produce very interesting results,…but I don't only depend on the spacing…to adjust the number of brush tips here.…In the scattering, we have the value Count,…and this is a multiplier.…It multiplies the number of brush tips…that are defined by the spacing value,…and you can even give a random factor to that.…
So with a Count Jitter,…we achieve that…we have a variation between…a high multiplier and a low multiplier…to our original brush tip count.…So, this really is maximum chaos…in our brush stroke.…
- Setting up your digital canvas
- Controlling the screen
- Choosing color
- Working with brushes, textures, and the Paint Bucket and Gradient tools
- Making selections
- Working in Quick Mask mode
- Stroking and filling paths
- Manipulating color
- Organizing the canvas with layers
- Digital drawing and painting projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting the Digital Canvas
2. Control of the Digital Screen
3. Tools for Choosing Color
4. Tools for the Application of Color
5. Supporting Tools
6. Manipulating Color
7. Organizing the Digital Canvas
8. Digital Drawing
9. Colored, Digital Drawing
10. Digital Painting
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