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    Anyone ever notice that if you use the healing brush over an area that was already healed it starts to get pretty pixelated? If so is there a way to avoid this? I can't figure out why it does this. It seems to do it even if the sample point is smooth in texture.

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    A tip for the healing brush is to squash it, change the brish shape to eliptical, this way the brush is more random and does not creat such a patterned look. this may help avoid the broblem you are seeing.

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      Originally posted by delic
      Anyone ever notice that if you use the healing brush over an area that was already healed it starts to get pretty pixelated? If so is there a way to avoid this? I can't figure out why it does this. It seems to do it even if the sample point is smooth in texture.
      Sample often, from different areas.

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