Layers are lettered for ID purposes.
When you see a layer labeled something like,
G=H+I, it means layers H and I were merged to yield G.
R=Q+Gblur(2) means a Gaussian blur filter, radius 2, was applied to a copy of layer Q.
Layer F was generated by running the action posted here against the image at that point. The "C" layer generated by that action was copied into this image as a new layer.
This is kind of a convoluted way to illustrate how I got from here to there, but is sure saves a lot of writing!
Don't hesitate to post questions or comments.
Adding a Brush Pattern
This tutorial demonstrates how to add your favorite Photoshop brush pattern to your favorite artistic filter or filters with more control over the final outcome than is afforded by the Art History Brush. I am using PS 7 but it is applicable to earlier versions as well. [details]
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