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Custom Brush Designer Head Settings

The Custom Brush Designer Head SettingsThe Brush Designer is where you edit presets for the Custom Brush tool. It allows you to load any image as a head and a grain to create your brush and edit various properties.The Head Settings tab is the first tab in the Brush Designer and the only one you need to use to set up a basic brush. Once you have adjusted the appearance of the size, rotation, and spacing of the head and grain, ...
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Custom Brush Designer Stroke Settings

The Stroke Settings in the Custom Brush DesignerThis section of the Brush Designer lets you control the stroke of your custom brush. The settings here affect overall appearance of line, and there are many properties that are very similar to the way the Ink Pen works (opacity, smoothing, taper).The following settings are also accessible from the main Settings menu for the Custom Brush, so you can adjust them as you work without going into the Brush Designer.OpacityLoading Grain AmountMinimum SizeSmoothingHead Settings ...
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Custom Brush Designer Color Settings

The Color Settings in the Custom Brush DesignerThe color settings for the Custom Brush are found in the last tab of the Brush Designer, and allow you to create brushes with multiple colors that blend as you paint.The color blending does not affect paint texture, only the colors. It will use Real Color Blending if this is enabled (Tools > Color Options).Head Settings | Stroke Settings | Color Settings Pick Up ColorThis controls whether your stroke 'picks up' paint as you draw, ...
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Custom Brush

The Custom Brush Learn to create your own digital brushes or download new brushes from other artists.The Custom Brush lets you create specific digital brushes and effects that aren't part of ArtRage's traditional media system, but still allow you to use canvas texture and color mixing. You can edit a range of effects to make it more or less like a realistic brush and control the overall stroke from the Settings panel. You'll see a lot of familiar settings from other tools, ...
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