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Old 03-23-2007, 11:48 PM   #1
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Default Background Brushes for Photoshop

Studio photographers sometimes use muslin backdrops that are painted with a multicolor textured look. You can create your own electronic versions by using background brushes in Photoshop. And to help you do that, Troy Robinson posted a tutorial about how to create your own background brushes.

He also included a few brushes for you to download. These brushes are very large, and they change colors as you paint. This makes it easy to quickly work up a background.

http://www.digital-existence.com/bgbrush/page1.htm
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