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  1. #1
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    Default what is/are brushes??

    now help me out please
    what is is ment by brushes anyway.
    i thought that this was something you could only do in PSP so i wasnt really paying attention cause i dont have PSP (yet )
    but i am now led to believe that i can use this in PSE to???

    what is it??
    i know i have some wich i downloaded ( cant for the life of me remember where and they came with something else......)
    i put them aside for later use?


    anyone??

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    I thnk you use them to sweep the floor with. Some men have been known to use them to decorate rooms with.
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    Thanks Eng! I thought a brush was something to style your hair with! LOL

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    No, no, no... Brushes are what you use to give neenees like you the "brushoff"....

    Hi Lila..... Brushes are similar to tubes, but are black and white. They can be scales, colored, etc, and their are millions of them in cyberspace, just waiting to be downloaded. They are usually only for the program you create them with, so you must check the file format. I do believe there is a way to convert them to other formats, but I will let the gurus tell you about it. I just wanted to give you a little imput on the subject.

    I don't use brushes much, but they are very popular. I think the nicest part about them is that once you have them in the program, you can use them over and over without having to import them as graphics every time.

    Hope this helps a little.


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    You guys are so funny!

    Yes you can use them in PSE. I am not good at tutorials if you go to the Obisdian Dawn site, they have tutorials. If you click on your little Clone stamp in PSE, it is also a pattern stamp tool. At the top of the screen you can click on the pattern stamp. Then the box to the right of that has a drop down arrow and that is where you will find all the brushes. There is a lot of different ways of using them, I am still playing and haven't figured out all the ins and outs. Try the tutorials, they will probably give you much better instructions on how to use them.
    Here is the link to the brushes. At the top of the page there is a button for the tutorials.

    http://www.brushes.obsidiandawn.com/brushes.htm

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    I agree with Sue. A few days ago I never knew what they were or what they did or even know how to download them and now I cannot get enough. Thanks to Sue for her great directions.

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    Default roflmao

    funny people here on this forum LOL ;-)
    i was ofline for a bit (due to familycrisis , not mine but best friends, and everything is fine now! )
    i read the answers and got in to the WWW and am an addict now............totally and utterly LOVE brushes.

    now as i understand i have to give credit to people who made the brushes when i put something online wich i made using the brushes! ( do i understand this right??)
    can i share something i made with the brushes here?
    and if i cant remember were i got them, is it ok to just say the brushes arent mine?

    take care all,

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    You should read their TOU, but the ones I have gotten, they basically stated you can share what ever you create but can not share the brushes themselves) as long as you state that you are using their brushes and give them credit, and/or leave a link to their site.

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    Default ok

    and in case the creator of the brushes is lost somewhere in my head, it will thus be suficient to say they are not my own work.
    (the brushes that is)

    i have downloaded quiet a few (lol ) and some dont have the makers name attached. so cant for the life of me rememeber where i got them LOL

    and i do use the brushes all mixed up
    so might be using brushes from 10 different people

    wow ehmm what then lol

    i guess i am ok if i do not ever claim them as my own work!

    thanks for all the answers here.

    take care all,

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    BTW Lila "Brush" your hair its a mess! LOL

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