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October 8th, 2008, 07:35 AM
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There are some awesome brushes out there, but when I use them, they always look so faded and plain. So 1 dimensional. I've seen people have them glittered or different parts being different colors. I just wondered if there's a tutorial or a nifty way to make them less boring LoL I'm using PS CS2 btw
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October 8th, 2008, 11:03 AM
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I have PS CS2 as well, and I have TONS of brushes loaded there. I agree some are faded, but there are lots of brushes on deviantart.com that are quite bright. Also, if you find them too faded, you can always duplicate the brush layer so it's more bright, even duplicate multiple times.

As per multiple colors, you could go to Blending Options and add a gradient layer to your brushes. As per glitter, it's just like you would add glitter to text. If you look through the Photoshop tutorials, there is Rachel's glitter tutorial and you could use it on brushes too.

http://www.justmommies.com/boards/in...owtopic=537637

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October 8th, 2008, 11:14 AM
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I have PS CS2 as well, and I have TONS of brushes loaded there. I agree some are faded, but there are lots of brushes on deviantart.com that are quite bright. Also, if you find them too faded, you can always duplicate the brush layer so it's more bright, even duplicate multiple times.

As per multiple colors, you could go to Blending Options and add a gradient layer to your brushes. As per glitter, it's just like you would add glitter to text. If you look through the Photoshop tutorials, there is Rachel's glitter tutorial and you could use it on brushes too.

http://www.justmommies.com/boards/in...owtopic=537637

Hope this helps![/b]
Perfect! Thank you so much!
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