The few times I have used custom brushes were for creating textures for the
I modeled a pine tree and used a custom brush I made for the pine-needles on
the tree. I
also did the same thing for a palm tree I created. For me, most of the time,
Gimp brushes are more than sufficient.
The only other custom brushes I have fiddled around with were some experiments
GAP to make image pipe brushes. I made one that followed the movement of the
rotated the brush to approximate the direction the mouse was moving in as you
also made one in 2.2 that simulated "jitter" before 2.4 came out.
--- "Jürgen Hubert" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Here's something I am curious: What have you done with custom brushes?
> I don't mean the technical details on how to create them - I know most of the
> (and can probably figure out the parts I don't know). Rather, I am wondering
> what you
> have used custom brushes _for_. In what kind of situations have you felt that
> "standard brushes" of GIMP were insufficient? What kinds of effects have you
> when painting with custom brushes? And how often do you use such brushes?
> - Jürgen Hubert
> The Art Tutorials Wiki: http://artwiki.wikidot.com/
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