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ok so i install photoshop cs3 on my win pc and also on my mac but for some reason i cant change the color of my brushes.. all i get is white brushes. does anyone have a clue on how to fix this problem? here is a screen shot and if you look at the color dynamic option for some wierd reason is lock and i cant select it...

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because you didn`t select brush. you selected artistic brush.

try to select the other one ,the one which is upper .





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thanks man.. lol.. i am still learning photoshop..

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i know that because i recently had a same "prob" .........

p.s. i`m noob too










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so.. what is the use of the artistic brush?

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for some artistic moves ... ;)
i really dunno,i didn`t use it for now.
everything is in experimenting ...




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Actually, that's the "Art History Brush Tool".

Like the History Brush tool, the Art History Brush tool uses a specified history state or snapshot as the source data. The History Brush tool, however, paints by recreating the specified source data, while the Art History Brush tool uses that data along with the options you set to create different colors and artistic styles.

--snagged from the Adobe Photoshop CS3 help files. RTFM guys.


To understand this, you're going to need some basic knowledge of PS here. Specifically, what "snapshots" are in the History list. A Snapshot is just a "picture" PS keeps (on your instruction) of the STATE of a PSD. What the picture looks like at that point (including layer properties, channel settings etc). What the History Brush Tool does, then, is that it paints using the selected snapshot as a reference. It restores the portion you paint over, to the state found in the Snapshot.

The Art History Brush Tool just adds... let's say filters to the restorative properties of the Art History Brush Tool.

Think of it as... a stylized and brush stroke specific undo. After a fashion.





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