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The illusion of continuous strokes

The illusion of continuous strokes: Photoshop: Customizing Brushes
The illusion of continuous strokes: Photoshop: Customizing Brushes

Photoshop's brush strokes are not continuous. Brush strokes are an illusion created by closely spacing a brush tip shape, thereby overlapping the tip shape close enough that the stroke appears to be continuous. Manipulating the tip shape to create space between the shapes can be a useful technique for creating some types of brushes.

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