Any ad­vice for con­fig­ur­ing and us­ing Pho­to­shop’s Mixer brush in my art?

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Jade Koslov, US the Brush win­dow to­gether with the other set­tings that I like to edit on-the-fly.

For the Edit the Tex­ture set­ting, I have the Brush win­dow open all the time so I can edit the Tex­ture de­tail as I paint. I use my own be­spoke tex­tures, cre­ated by heav­ily mod­i­fy­ing pho­tos and adding them to the pat­tern li­brary. I also ad­just the Bright­ness and Con­trast slid­ers when I need more or less tex­ture. This is a great way to mimic light brush strokes across the can­vass sur­face, and pre­vents your marks from be­com­ing repet­i­tive.

In­cor­po­rat­ing the Mixer brush into dig­i­tal paint­ing can greatly re­duce that sani­tised qual­ity as­so­ci­ated with dig­i­tal art.

In this close-up you can see what a dif­fer­ence the Tex­ture set­tings can make to mark qual­ity.

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