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    Brush from Ivan Louette

    Playing with low resolution bitmap brushes may add interesting natural media effects.
    1.Draw a line and clone it with a larger feathering level,
    2.resize it to a small size (here 23 pts) and create bitmap copy,
    3.rotate this bitmap copy
    4.create a new bitmap copy (allways at the small size) to add some random blur; then resize (here to 100 pts) and convert to editable shape with single tile fill,
    5.create brush, unchecking tile fills and playing with it (some randomisation is more natural).
    6.Here the line is converted to shapes and they are ungrouped and got a wall shadow.
    7.Dark grey brush cloned and slightly nudged with a bleach transparency applied to the clone

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    [This message was edited by Thomas.Sorrill on April 18, 2001 at 05:05 AM.]
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    Brush from Ivan Louette

    Playing with low resolution bitmap brushes may add interesting natural media effects.
    1.Draw a line and clone it with a larger feathering level,
    2.resize it to a small size (here 23 pts) and create bitmap copy,
    3.rotate this bitmap copy
    4.create a new bitmap copy (allways at the small size) to add some random blur; then resize (here to 100 pts) and convert to editable shape with single tile fill,
    5.create brush, unchecking tile fills and playing with it (some randomisation is more natural).
    6.Here the line is converted to shapes and they are ungrouped and got a wall shadow.
    7.Dark grey brush cloned and slightly nudged with a bleach transparency applied to the clone

    Go to original thread

    [This message was edited by Thomas.Sorrill on April 18, 2001 at 05:05 AM.]
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    Here's the .xar file

    First try to obtain wooly effects based on increasing the size of tiny bitmap copies of some linear objects.

    [This message was edited by Thomas.Sorrill on April 20, 2001 at 02:37 AM.]
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    And another .xar file in slightly different color

    [This message was edited by Thomas.Sorrill on April 20, 2001 at 02:38 AM.]
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