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    Jim Caffrey has written a very clear tutorial on one of the most mysterious (to me, anyway) tools in Photoshop, the Art History brush.
    Last edited by Doug Nelson; 07-24-2003, 02:04 PM.
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    One of the best tutorials

    The is an excellent tutorial, Jim. For those who haven't taken the leap to Photoshop 7, the screenshots of the new brush options should be inspirational.

    On behalf of all the folks who will learn from this masterpiece, Thanks very, very much!

    ~DannyR~

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    • #3
      Jim,
      I've got to say it was worth waiting for. Your descriptions are short and precise and your screen shots are fantastic. Excellent job and the finished image looks soooo good you would think it really was painted. Thanks for taking the time to write it for us.
      DJ

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      • #4
        I'll just echo what's been said already. Thanks very much. It looks like something fun to play (or work) with.

        Ed

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        • #5
          First visit to this site...The site is grand, but TUTORIALS? FANTASTIC!!

          Jim, This tutorial on the Art History brush REALLY makes sense. You've put in all the necessary instructions, good illustrations, and enough of the "why" part to make it interesting. Needless to say it fits right into my PhotoShop learning activities at the moment.

          THANK YOU!

          julie

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          • #6
            Art History - challenge example

            Hi Julie!

            Welcome to RetouchPro.

            Here's a link to a recent "challenge entry" I think you'll enjoy, where the artist primarily used the Art History Brush (click HERE).

            Have fun while you're poking around. Let me know if you have ANY questions.

            Again, welcome aboard.

            ~DannyR~

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            • #7
              Danny,
              Thanks so much for the welcome...and I used the link and found it to be most interesting. I have a feeling that I'll be hanging around here a lot in the days (heck, why "days"? ) make that the indefinite future.

              I really have to thank Lisa for pointing me in this direction. THANKS AGAIN LISA!!

              julie

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              • #8
                Julie, I knew I'd find you here one of these days! Have you checked out http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/sho...&threadid=4196

                More great ideas, and a site for cool goodies.

                More thanks to Danny!!

                Macky

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                • #9
                  Hey Welcome to you both Julie and Macky. Looks like word of mouth is spreading some nice things about this site and drawing some more great members. Look foreward to seeing you on the forum again.
                  DJ

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                  • #10
                    Tks for the warm welcome, DJ!
                    I've been lurking on RP for months...now that Julie's arrived, I guess I have to get active!

                    Macky

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                    • #11
                      Well, I gave the tutorial a try and I love it. I added a canvas texture for effect. I think I will start using the Art History brush more often.
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                      • #12
                        Lynda:

                        Glad you gave this fine tutorial a test spin. There are some very interesting possibilities with the Art History Brush function + the new PS7 brush engine.

                        As you get more and more comfortable with the tool technique, I can only imagine the results you'll be able to get.

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                        Macky

                        A ** B I G ** welcome to RetouchPRO. It's always great when new members discover old friends here. Look forward to seeing some of your creations.

                        We're honored to have you. Welcome aboard.

                        ~DannyR~

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                        • #13
                          Lynda,

                          Big Ben looks terrific! I wish my results with the Art History Brush were as good as yours.

                          Jim

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                          • #14
                            Thanks, Jim. It takes time and a small brush size. I spent almost 2 hours on this image. I am anxious to try another.

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                            • #15
                              Hmmmmm, think he can tell the difference??
                              -- Chuck

                              Well, it might be worthwhile to give him a test. If he doesn't notice the difference..., you can decide whether you need to tell him or not.

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