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I do a lot of pixel art in GIMP, and in addition to what everyone else said, I always make sure to check "Smooth Stroke" so be sure that it's always applying a solid color when I click, even if the layer I'm drawing on has an alpha mask. The specific settings for the sliders pertaining to "Smooth Stroke" don't seem to matter in this scenario. I really ...


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Like already said above, the real thing is always the best. But if that's not an option you could use some commercial brushes, they really give a nice and realistic effect. Some that I love are these 2 packs: - Kyle Webster Art Markers (https://creativemarket.com/kyletwebster/257826-Kyles-Art-Markers-for-Photoshop) - Real Markers by HEJ! ...


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Photoshop brushes do not contain color information. All color is derived from the foreground/background color settings and any brush dynamics, such as the Hue Shift setting. Brushes are greyscale images in all instances. There is no way to alter that. You may want to look into smart objects and duplicating those to create multiple instances of colored ...


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If you're on Windows (or can run Windows in a VM) and Paint Shop Pro is an option, the Picture Tubes feature does exactly this. (If it's for a single project, you could conceivably get away with a trial installation, but it's not particularly expensive in any case.) It's not a complete Photoshop replacement by any means, but there are a few things that PSP ...


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a brush can only contain one color(hue and Saturation), but different alpha(brightness). you can't just put the image to brush preset, instead, you should turn it into black and white image first. and adjust the contrast to what you want(white area will be transparent and black area will be filled with the color when you are using the brush) , and select a ...



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