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nebezial's pshop blending tut by calisto-lynn nebezial's pshop blending tut by calisto-lynn
this is for all the people who cant upload the blending brush into their photoshop.
a good old fashioned "make your own"..

go thank :iconnebezial: NOW!

you can download the bigger version if this one is too small.
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VengeanceMK1 Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
I'll try it out.
LeePierson Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Professional General Artist

Hello, I've been loving the tutorials, the skin tuts were really useful for me :) I was hoping to pick your brain about this brush. I have CS5 and at first it worked fine but then for some reason I can't figure, when I uncheck the spacing box in 'brush tip shapes' I get the two dots either side of the white box. First time I tried it went blank as expected but now all I get is the two dots. I tried to type in 0% but it told me it had to be between 1% and 1000%. It just won't let me make it zero no matter what I try. Have you come across this before and if so, how do I fix it please?

Thanks a lot.

ssandulak Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Still trying to figure out a way to get a similar brush in CS6. Easy enough to get something that blends as well, the tricky part is having the same brush let you keep/create the hard edges where you want them.
calisto-lynn Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013  Professional General Artist
his brush doesent work in any of the pshops after cs3, try his one…

ssandulak Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah I have, it works good for smoothing, but no way to keep that hard edge (which is my favourite part :P)
calisto-lynn Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
yeah.. this is one of the reasons why both me and my husband are still sticking to cs3. later versions really messed something up in the brushes department....
tsukasaxen Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Amazing brush, Will this ever work in CS6?
FuenferDagegen Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
u can do ur own blender brush :) Just copy the settings and take a normal hard round brush :)
calisto-lynn Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
nope. they messed something up from cs4 onwards in brush settings. the blender can never blend as good as in cs3. i have tried installing latter versions of photoshop (cs5) and i remade the brush from scratch in their new settings, but it doesn't work like it works in cs3, something went off in the settings, i dont know if its the scattering option or something went off when they remade the whole interface. its a shame because this was a very easy brush to make that gave maximum quality results.
tsukasaxen Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013
Thanks for letting me know. :)
I really like stjepan's blending brush it's so sad that it won't work on CS6.

Both of you really rocks.
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