How to Use Art History Brush Tool in Photoshop

How to Use Art History Brush Tool in Photoshop

In this 30th tutorial, we are going to learn about Art History Brush Tool. This is one of the most basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for painting with stylized strokes by using the source data from a specific history state or snapshot taken. Art History Brush Tool has very interesting options. We can play around different paint styles, brush sizes, and tolerance values. We can also simulate the texture with different colors and artistic styles. Unlike the History Brush tool, the Art History Brush tool paints by re-creating the specified source data. The Art History Brush tool uses that data along with the options you set to create different colors and artistic styles. This is how we achieve painterly effects. We also discussed several hidden Photoshop Tips, tricks and Secrets. We discussed several ways to create new layer in Photoshop. We also talked about creating work path and applying art history brush tool on stroke. We explored the meaning of Dab Style. Real life examples were also shown in the tutorial.

The keyboard shortcut key for Art History Brush tool is letter ‘Y’.

How to Use History Brush Tool in Photoshop

How to Use History Brush Tool in Photoshop

In this 29th tutorial, we are going to learn about History Brush Tool. This is one of the most basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for deleting or cleaning history states from specific areas on a layer or Photoshop document. History Brush Tool in Photoshop enables us to sort-of-redo all at once. With its help, we can restore an earlier state. We can also access History Panel from Window Menu. History Brush Tool erases history; however, it is different from Eraser Tool Photoshop. Eraser tool does not offer us blending modes but History Brush Tool does so.

The keyboard shortcut key for History Brush Tool is letter ‘Y’.

How to Use Mixer Brush Tool in Photoshop

How to Use Mixer Brush Tool in Photoshop

In this 26th tutorial, we are going to learn about Mixer Brush Tool. This is one of the most basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for creating custom drawing objects by sampling gradients, textures etc. Mixer Brush Tool can also be used with custom paths. It is also used to have water color effects.

The keyboard shortcut key for Mixer Brush tool is letter ‘B’.

How to Use Pencil Tool in Photoshop

How to Use Pencil Tool in Photoshop

In this 24th tutorial, we are going to learn about Pencil Tool. This is one of the most basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for drawing on a layer or Photoshop document. Unlike Brush Tool, it only has Opacity option. Its stroke is jagged whereas brush strokes are comparatively smooth. Rest of the options are same for both tools i.e. Brush Tool and Pencil Tool.

The keyboard shortcut key for Pencil tool is letter ‘B’.

How to Use Brush Tool in Photoshop

How to Use Brush Tool in Photoshop

n this 23rd tutorial, we are going to learn about Brush Tool, one of the most powerful and extensively used Photoshop tools. We talked about all general options of the Brush tool. We discussed Keyboard Shortcuts to resize Brush and zoom in or zoom out while working on a Photoshop Project. We also discussed How to Create Custom Brush in Photoshop. Making custom brushes in Photoshop is a productive activity. We can sell custom brushes online via Envato, Shutterstock etc to make money, and we can accomplish difficult tasks the easy way while working on Freelancing Projects.. We also explored Brush Tool Presets Panel and briefly discussed Scattering and Color Dynamics. In addition, we discussed what is difference between opacity and flow. A lot many additional tips and secrets that would help you understand the basic use of Brush Tool and create custom brushes as per the need of the projects you get hired for on Upwork, Fiverr and other Freelancing Sites.

The keyboard shortcut key for Brush tool is letter ‘J’.

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