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Yes. Use the Spray Tool, then the Tweak Tool. Draw a circle or any object. Add a fill. Select it, and choose the Spray Tool In the tool options along the top, make sure you choose the "Spray Copies" mode, otherwise the recolouring steps won't work Click and drag to spray the selected object When you have finished, choose the Tweak Tool, and in the tool ...


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You can do it in GIMP (which is free and open source) Open the image and do Filters > Distorts > Value Propagate. Set the mode to "More black (smaller value)", then set the slider values as shown below. Adjust the thickness as desired by moving the propagating rate slider. You can also increase the Lower Threshold slider if the result is a ...


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Using Adobe Photoshop... Choose Filter > Other > Minimum... from the menu and adjust to your liking... Then a minor Levels (Image > Adjustments > Levels) adjustment to remove some "scum" coloring that exists around the type.... Result... You can make specific selections in areas and run the filter to refine things in a more direct ...


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Goto Windows > Brush Settings > Brush Tip Shape. Set the spacing to the minimum.


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Pen tool - Precise placement of anchors and control over curves Pencil Tool - Freeform creation of disjointed paths. Brush Tool - Freeform creation of disjointed paths with automatic application of brush appearance Blob Brush Tool - Freeform creation of a brush path suing a calligraphic brush which will auto-expand when the cursor is lifted, leaving a ...


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Ok, got it (totally by accident actually. It didn't work because my canvas was in 32 bits. Photoshop didn't say anything when i was trying to use the brush, but when i tried to fill the canvas using the fill tool Photoshop complained about 32 bits. Now all brushes work.


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Double click the Pencil Tool, and in the tool options uncheck "Edit selected paths".


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I've been an Illustrator user for more than 30 years and I would not attempt this type of multi-colored texture in Illustrator. If you look at the face, for example, there's not only texture there, but several colors and hue shifts within the texture. All that happens naturally with crayons on paper. Mimicking it digitally is challenging. Mimicking it ...


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This kind of depends on which brush is used. If the brush strokes are shapes with a fill you are out of luck. There's no direct conversion back to a centerline path. There are some tricks to try and work around to a centerline again, but I suspect those may be more trouble than simply redrawing. If the brush strokes are still merely stroked paths, just ...


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In a non-photorealistic vector drawing a consistent style is essential. Inserting blurry pixel patterns to a sharp vector image isn't OK. Your stray hairs should be a sharp vector shape, too: This is a curved triangular shape. It's shown as straight and much widened below the image. ADD: These are not made with brushes. They are plain three node paths which ...


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The node tool can be set temporarily ON by pressing Ctrl when you are drawing with the pen or pencil. Select the unwanted or misplaced node. Move it or press DEL to evaporate it without breaking the path. Continue your drawing. Click with the pen or pencil the end node of the current result to continue the drawing of the path. You can add a jut to another ...


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This is the standard behavior for all the paint tools, they are composited with the current pixels, and do not replace them completely (unless the tool opacity is 100% of course). If you want to keep the existing opacity (i.e. just change the RGB values) then alpha-lock the layer, the painting will not affect the alpha channel. If you want to edit the ...


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Many custom brushes you may find are created by using the natural medium (pencil, paintbrush, etc).... Make a mark on a sheet of paper Scan the sheet and open the scan in Photoshop Convert to Greyscale and adjust as desired Create a marquee selection Choose Edit > Define Brush from the menu This creates a brush tip shape the same as the scanned artwork. ...


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