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Texture brush strokes

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Old 03-01-2013, 09:34 PM
mdijb mdijb is offline
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Texture brush strokes

I want to paint texture into an image without adding or changing color.

The best way to explain my goal is to visit this website with very fine work by Mark Wainer.

http://markwainer.com/Artist.asp?Art...&Akey=88KMSY3K

My own website is www.mdiimaging.com

He has used Buzz, as have I, to change photos into watercolor like images, now defunct and taken over by Topaz software, who now market Simplify in place of BUZZ.

After running the filter, he has added brush strokes to add texture without altering any color—just adding a texture looking like impasto or thick brush strokes.

I have searched everywhere and view lots of video but cannot find a technique to get the result I want.

I am sure there is way to do this, probably with brushes in CS6 and am frustrated with my being unable to find or create a way to achieve this effect.

Can you help??

Maybe you have a tutorial or video that can teach me, or you could direct me to a different source that can help

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide
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