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sauron
post Feb 20 2007, 06:09 PM
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Could someone help me as i have forgotten how to do this

(IMG:http://img455.imageshack.us/img455/2322/bluewavylinesrv6.jpg)

In that image i have used stroke path but i cant remember how i got the fade effect on the brush part could someone tell me how i done it please

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post Feb 20 2007, 07:13 PM
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Use a soft brush when applying the stroke


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yeah i do that but i mean how i got it to fade at each starting point of the line
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Looks like you have used "outer glow" filter and then used soft erasing tool with 100 opacity on the start of the lines

Like this:
(IMG:http://img460.imageshack.us/img460/6002/lightzp6.jpg)

PS: you can change the opacity of eraser as you like.
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i didnt use the eraser tool im sure that it was to do with the brush tool settings but i can't remember how to do it, i now how i done the outerglow but im talkin about when i use the stroke path bit i set the brush to do something so it fades each side but i definatly didn't use the eraser
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With your brush selected go to your brush panel and select brush dynamics
now when you apply stroke path make sure silmulate pressure is on
and voila a pointy end to the path
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i don't have brush dynamics all i have are these options

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above that in your menu bar, u shoulh have a slider that say opasity, slide that to whatever degree of firmness you want from your brush.
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QUOTE(sauron @ Feb 20 2007, 10:42 PM) [snapback]39504[/snapback]
i don't have brush dynamics all i have are these options

(IMG:http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/4907/untitled1pa9.jpg)


yes that was my mistake you have to use the shape Dynamics
by control mine is on pen pressure

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Like this (IMG:http://www.voetzoeker.net/Shape%20Dynamics.jpg)

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i have set it to that but it doesn't go to the same setting that you have do you know why?

(IMG:http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/6106/untitled1dd4.jpg)
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When you chose "Stroke Path" you get a box saying What tool, there you also have a check-box saying "Simulate Pressure", hit that.

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post Feb 21 2007, 10:31 AM
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what do you mean i don't get what you mean? could you provide a print screen please
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This is how I did.

Download this rar-file and open the exe (it's a selfextracting flashvideo, nothing to worry about).
RAR FILE 4 SAURON
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post Feb 21 2007, 11:01 AM
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oh thanks i done it now, cheers everyone for there help i was using the stroke path here.

(IMG:http://img293.imageshack.us/img293/9300/untitled2jf1.jpg)

btw what program did you use to record that video?

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BB FlashBack Recorder, very simple and works very well.
Perhaps it was a stupid move exporting it to an exe, will do .avi in the future.
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