4 Replies Latest reply on Mar 8, 2012 2:02 AM by c.pfaffenbichler

    Brush water



      Do you know any tutorial to transform a brush of water, in "water authentic"?

      Color, brightness, etc .........

      Also, are very useful, advice:-)



        • 1. Re: Brush water
          Mylenium Most Valuable Participant

          We probably might know if you exactly told us what yopu are looking for. I'm afraid the language barrier strikes here and I rtealyl have no real idea what exactly you mean. Watercolor effects? Ink blot effects? Could be anything based on your awkward wording...



          • 2. Re: Brush water
            atamboss Level 1


            I think now this much cleaaaaaaaaaaaaarer


            It's a bad translation of Google, or you, he uses little.


            White and black -------------> natural color



            • 3. Re: Brush water
              atamboss Level 1

              any advice?

              • 4. Re: Brush water
                c.pfaffenbichler Level 9

                Classic Photoshop Brushes apply a color with a 1-channel Brush Tip (round or a sampled image), meaning the individual dabs cannot transport transparence, color, brightness and separation separately.

                So anything more realistic regarding watersplash-brushes than what you seem to have already may be asking too much currently, but you could always try using (Smart Object-)copies from photoshraphs.