Photoshop tutorial: Exploring the different painting tools | lynda.com

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Watch more at www.lynda.com This Photoshop tutorial explores how to use the Mixer Brush tool and the Bristle brushes. This specific tutorial is just a single movie from the Photoshop CS5 Top 5 course presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Photoshop CS5 Top 5 course has a total duration of 1 hour and 9 minutes, covers five of the most important new features in Photoshop CS5, and shows how these powerful functions can be integrated into workflow immediately and efficiently.

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Gene parrott sr says:

Deke, I am a great admirer of your work, and thoroughness of your tutorials, but when I set up just as directed, my new layer when painted shows nothing but smears of different colored paint, and only resembles an image.

Eddiefry says:

Question, at the end you mention pressing F12 to get the before/after views, This does not work on my CS5, I just get an error message, has the command been changed or is there another key stroke to do same thing?

Tazumi92 says:

oo hm I dont think it gives you a better 3D feeling or something like that you can reach out for but those Tools still seem cool and this Video helps understanding how it works. Thank you

TriprosoposMc says:

brush presets 😉 i didnt know it 😛 now i find it 🙂

ubotstudios11 says:

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nightwing20050089 says:

Question : HOw can I rotate and change the angle of the Brush like what he did in @5:12 with only a Mouse or a keyboard? is it possible ? ^_^

jcarmen2 says:

i know its just a tutorial but u can really make a difference using this it turns out nice if done well

lralbrecht says:

“still, you GOTTA dig the results”

lemmiwinks58 says:

Ya I have the same problem : /

arandomthot5 says:

it only works on mac olol

Paolo Baroja says:

why does my cs5 doesnt have this bristle brush im using a laptop ang my version of photoshop is Creative Suite Master Collection CS5 i need an answer immediately pls.

eltipoqueteconoce says:

hi, why i cant see the brush preview, thanks a lot for the answer

Taraborn says:

why doesn’t shift+alt+right click work in my windows 7 machine?

slydfox says:

thank you for this, I am a photographer myself and I like to make my photos look like digital art once i’ve photoshopped them, this helps in explaining that so well and i’ll be trying out these techniques on my next project 🙂

MRlaith says:

what?artist are not saying yay now we can steal the colors and make a fake painting out of a picture.. the new tools are a whole new level of creativity and realism not something you should use to paint over an image, basicly its cheating >=(

good demonstration though ^.^

Abdo M says:

Where can i find the bristle brushes in the brushes menu ?

orenob says:

As always – it’s good to hear your perspective on Photoshop I was waiting to hear what you have to say on the new CS5 – Thank you for sharing some of the tutorials on you tube 🙂

FredericBayer says:

The emboss effect is a little too much, but apart from that, nice 🙂

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