Where is the blend tool in Photoshop CS4 and what does it look like?

Question by im_wonderhorse: Where is the blend tool in Photoshop CS4 and what does it look like?
i know that there is a way to blend pictures together by simply clicking and dragging the mouse over what you want to blend. Almost the same way as when you clone. it blend automatically. I’ve done it before but i cant remember how i did it. i/m new to Photoshop…help anyone?

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Answer by alloychar
Check out this video, I hope it helps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW2JyVXLTbw

Why would they change the look of the toolbar in Photoshop CS4 for Mac?

Question by OKwithme: Why would they change the look of the toolbar in Photoshop CS4 for Mac?
The Photoshop toolbar for Mac from PS7 to CS3 was shiny and took on the “Aqua” user interface of the Mac. Now, the toolbar is more similar to the Windows version. Why would they make the toolbar look more bland now?

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Answer by Terry
Because they think that is what their customers want. It is the same for any product.

why does my photoshop brush tip look all fuzzy????PLZ HELP!!!!!?

Question by ur mom 333: why does my photoshop brush tip look all fuzzy????PLZ HELP!!!!!?
eww,it looks nasty!
when i use a flat solid brush, its a perfect circle.
but when i use soft brushes,the curser’s circle gets all fuzzy!!
it looks gross to me!!
does anyone know what i can do to fix it????
oh and im having some other troubles too! like sometimes when i stroke down once, the stroke appears like several inches from the cursor and scribbles!! and sometimes when i use the move tool, i click once and the picture appears several inches away from the original position!! throwing me somewhere else on the picture!!

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Answer by SlsB
you can adjust the “hardness” of the brush tip from 0% to 100%, this changes the density of the outside edge of the brush. If you are using a soft brush and click and hold you will continue adding density to that area, it will build up – it is similar to using a real life airbrush.

Q&A: Is there any photoshop 7 or CS brushes that are like sun/light beams and they look shiny?

Question by lilxldy: Is there any photoshop 7 or CS brushes that are like sun/light beams and they look shiny?
i saw these brushes someone used and it looked pretty but i couldnt find them. i searched it in deviantART but i cant find it. i;m looking for brushes that are like a sun shinying kinda brush . in the picture i saw the girl had this kinda shinying in the back of her head look . i could tell it wasnt the real sun but i liked the effect . can anyone help me find the brush??

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Answer by Alpha Illustrations
I haven’t seen that feature in photoshop or CS. I usually design my art in photoshop and save it as a png file and open it in Paint Shop Pro which the feature you are referring to is available. I designed a sample webpage where I used this feature. http://www.denimsprofessionals.com/SAMPLEWEBPAGE.html

How do you achieve this post-process look in Photoshop CS4?

Question by jae | photographs: How do you achieve this post-process look in Photoshop CS4?
I stumbled upon this series of photos and I love the look of them! Anyone know how to achieve this look in Photoshop CS4 or have any sites with instructions?

www.moodaholic.com/behind-the-scenes/

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Answer by fhotoace
Write Kenny Weng and ask him.

http://www.photoblogs.org/profile/moodaholic.com/

Q&A: what kind of photoshop brush settings should i use for my art to look like this?

Question by Xiao: what kind of photoshop brush settings should i use for my art to look like this?
http://i33.tinypic.com/119szy8.jpg

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Answer by Rebecca
the good kind/

Where I can get some nice wood texture brushes for photoshop and also maybe ones that look like windows?

Question by Emilia: Where I can get some nice wood texture brushes for photoshop and also maybe ones that look like windows?
Wood – realistic
Windows – the kind that you have in your home : )

For free?

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Answer by Sunshine
Get an account on DeviantArt.com.
haha, no this is not spam. There are actually some amazing photoshop brushes made and offered by the users there, and they are free, safe, and most are made very well.

When you get there, just click on the “Resources and Stock Images” category on the left hand side of the screen. It will give you more options, where you should find “Application Resources”. If you click on that and then type in what you are looking for in the search bar, you should get many options of brushes to use. Also, you will need to click the “photoshop brushes” option on the lefthand side, so only photoshop brushes show up. Make sure that at the right hand side of the screen, near the top, that “All Time” is selected. Because that will give you the most popular brushes that match your searching criteria.

Here is the search for wood:
http://www.deviantart.com/#catpath=resources/applications&order=9&q=wood

There are not as many options for windows, so here is just one that I thought may work well:
http://purple-quartz-brush.deviantart.com/art/Window-Brushes-48991567

I hope this all is useful for you!
You should definately search around the brushes, tutorials and textures sections on DeviantArt (as well as the rest of the site) if you have not already. I think you may find it very intresting. 🙂

Q&A: How can I get a hand-inked look with a Photoshop brush?

Question by brytning: How can I get a hand-inked look with a Photoshop brush?
The traditional Photoshop brushes are too smooth for me. I’d like to get an effect similar to that of comic artists’ ink brushes (like this http://toerning.deviantart.com/art/Patronus-163809473). I’ve searched around and can’t find any presets that fit. What settings/brush dynamics could make an inked drawing look more hand-drawn?
I am currently using Photoshop CS4.

Best answer:

Answer by iDesign71
I’m using CS2 but I’m sure the same or very similar filter would be available in CS4.

Go to Filter>Brushstrokes>Ink Outlines, there are lots of options to choose from, hope they work for you.

Give your answer to this question below!

when i edit a photo on photoshop cs3, how do i make the brush look ACTUALLY like this?

see this:
http://www.brusheezy.com/brush/1109-Resound-Brushes

like sometimes i download
brushes that look so good like that but then i
use them on photoshop and they look pretty crappy. :/
but i know theres ways to make it look so glowy
& stuff how would u do it.? thx
ahaha funny…

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