Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
You have to create the ABR file with only one brush in it. Under EDIT, Preset Manager, you'll see all the current brushes you have loaded. You have to delete all the brushes you don't want before you make the new preset of one brush. Now this looks scarey because the next time you look at your brushes, they're all gone except for the one. But you can alwys load the same brushes. You didn't delete them from the system, just from that window.You name that new preset , abr file, and when you hit LOAD from the brush menu, you can just load that brush.Just the scary part of deleting the brushes you're used to seeing under BRUSHES. If they have been a bunch of custom acquisitions, your first step might be to save that group as an abr before you delete. But it sounds like you have plenty of those lying around from trying to create an abr with a single brush
1. If your new brush is in with the default brushes.2. go to your brush tab and go to expand your options in the upper right of the tab.3. Go down to Save Brushes and give it a new name New_brushes.abr to your desktop so you don't rename your default brushes or replace them. You can reset your default brushes after your done.4. In the brush tab window. Take your cursor over the brushes you want to delete and hold down Shift+Alt. A pair of Scissor will appear.5. You can just cut out the brushes you don't want.6 then just Save your brushes over your original save for the changes to take and you have a new brush set.7.Then you can reset your Default brushes back to normalThats how I do it.
Krayonzilla is correct. Since he said basically the same thing I said.
Also you can use the Default brushes to create a BLANK brush file with 1 default brush (its got to have it), Save with a new name and when you need to create a new brush load the BLANK and add a new brush and SAVE again with a new name.So anytime you want to create a new brush set just go to your options and go to Replace brushes and add your new ones. this will just have the brush set you need and not any of the default or other brushes you already have loaded.
That is a useful idea. Did I tell you that once?
OH MANYOU GUYS RULEall us tarded storyboard people were like WTFomg thanks- Ellis, if you did tell me before, I can't remember which means I must have been goofing off- I'm so sorry!
Glad we could help. How do you like Storyboard Pro?
"How do you like Storyboard Pro?"not using itit's poooooi'm using this technique calledGraphite and PaperI think it's French or somethin'
Graphite and Paper! I did not expect that comment from a young'un. Theres hope for the future yet.
Oh, btw ...JIM: It warms my heart to see you sketching again. Keep up the great work, buddy ... and above all: stay true to yourself!
Beata, thanks for encouraging Jim. He's hard to encourage. He just can't accept that he's a work in progress like we all are.
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