Rem P Roberti <remeg...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi Everyone...
> I'm new to the list, and pretty new to the Gimp. As a photographer I'm
> still using Photoshop
> as my primary tool, because I need to be able to work on 16 bit images.
> I understand that
> that eventually the Gimp will have 16 bit processing incorporated into
> the program.
> That being said, I do use the Gimp for some of my jpg files, and I am
> wondering if there is a
> way to create larger soft brushes. I often use a large soft brush for a
> number of things in
> Photoshop (clone stamp, vignetting, various mask work) and the largest
> soft brush that I can
> find in the Gimp is much too small. Is there a work-around for this?
The simplest way, in your case, is probably to use the Scale option in
the Paintbrush tool options. Using it with a 76x76 brush, you can get a
brush up to 760x760, which I hope is enough?
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