Selecting patterns from the Pattern Library


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Selecting patterns from the Pattern Library

Texture is a great way to add a traditional look to your brushstrokes. The Texture option is located in the Brush panel. These options allow you to select from among many different pattern options. You can also adjust the character of each pattern that is selected. It's a great addition to any Mixer brush for adding that analog look. Let's go take a look. I am opening up the Brush panel, and we will notice that in the subpanel area here, we have the option of Texture. So I am going to select that, and the first thing we will notice, at the top, is there is a texture installed, but it's not very traditional-looking.

This is part of the pattern library that shows up in Photoshop, and we are going to go ahead and change that. If we open up this flyout menu, you'll see that there are a number of installed textures, or pattern libraries, that we can choose from. And I am going to select the Artist Surfaces. This is another default library that comes with Photoshop, and it's...

Selecting patterns from the Pattern Library
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Selecting patterns from the Pattern Library 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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