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  • val
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    Hi Danny, Thats brilliant, thank you very much.....Val

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  • DannyRaphael
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    To define, say, a 50 pixel by 50 pixel square brush.
    * File > New (specify 50p x 50p, 300 ppi)
    * Edit > Fill (black)
    * Select > Select All
    * Edit > Define Brush (give it a name); OK

    Your new custom brush will be added to your Brushes palette and available to any tool.

    Hope this gives you what you're looking for.
    ~Danny~

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  • val
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    Hi Danny, choice A please....

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  • DannyRaphael
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    I believe what you ultimately want to do is define a brush. Once the brush is defined, you can use it with any tool that uses brushes, e.g., Brush, Clone, Dodge, etc.

    Which of these describes the characteristics of the brush you want to define?
    a) square corners, sharp edges
    b) sharpe edges and rounded corners
    c) square shape, but edges a little soft (fuzzy)
    d) something else?

    ~Danny~

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  • val
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    Hi Danny,
    I am at home right now. I am trying to accomplish a way to clone something that is square. I believe that anti alilising can achieve this with the clode stamp by fading out some of the roundness!!. I hope I am making sense. I may be entirely wrong but there doesnt seem to be a way of getting a square brush/clone stamp in Photoshop, you get one in photopaint 8, but I am working with Photoshop 6 right now.....Val

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  • DannyRaphael
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    There are a couple tools that offer this option and a couple techniques that simulate it, Val.

    What are you trying to accomplish?

    Where are you now?

    ~Danny~

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  • val
    started a topic Anti-ailising

    Anti-ailising

    Hi Everyone, where would I find the anti-ailising check box in Photoshop 6 please.....Thanks in advance Val.....
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