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Adobe Photoshop Brushes

Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2005 5:36 pm
by rachnasingh
If I want to start a line with 22 pixels and end the line with 11 pixels ie when i try to make a vein in the leaf or want to make a line that ends in a point how can i do it in adobe photoshop cs

Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 5:13 pm
by bgoodman4
Draw the line. Using the wand select it. Go to Transform, select Distort. Grab one of the corners and move it as much as you want.

PS:
If the line is attached to an object remove (clear) a small section close to the end of the area you want to distort so that the Wand selects only the area you want to distort.

Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 5:15 pm
by rachnasingh
bgoodman4 wrote:Draw the line. Using the wand select it. Go to Transform, select Distort. Grab one of the corners and move it as much as you want.

PS:
If the line is attached to an object remove (clear) a small section close to the end of the area you want to distort.


but in adobe the lolours will get lost or smuged

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 6:27 am
by bgoodman4
Did you try it?

I just tried it with a green and red line. No problem at all except for some slight softening of the colour at the edges. And I went from a line that was 7 MM thick, to one that was 7MM thick at one end and 70 MM at the other. You are talking about a much smaller distortion (at least you were in your first post) so the apparent softening would be substantially less in your case.

I tried this using the distort and the skew functions and as I said, no problem. I did this on version 7 but I cannot imagine that it would be any different in CS.

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2005 2:54 pm
by jelbel
I had a look in photoshop and this can be achieved by
going into BRUSHES...SHAPE DYNAMICS....and in
CONTROLS..tick FADE. it can be further angled or
rounded as one wishes.