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Abobe Photoshop Transparent Brush Option

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devil666    0

I have been playing around with different brushes in Photoshop for sometime but have not been able to figure out if there is a way of making the brush instead of painting a colour paint transparent.

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crimsonhead    0

post-124115-1139861378.jpg ?

If you want to paint a transparent color adjust opacity under brush.

If you want to erase and make a color transparent adjust opacity under eraser.

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mail    10

post-124115-1139861378.jpg ?

What vs are you using ?

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pacifica    0

essentially you're asking if you can "erase" certain pixels in photoshop? am i understanding you correctly? if so, there is no transparent brush but there is a background eraser tool which essentially works the same way. there are also a number of masking third pary utilities available.

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devil666    0

I understand that you can use a eraser to make parts of picture transparent but I am using brushes that have been made. Is there a way of loading thease brushes into the eraser.

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crimsonhead    0

Yes.

post-124115-1139864367.jpg

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Pajter    16

You can load them into the eraser brush the same way that you've loaded them into the paint brush. :-)

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devil666    0

thanks, worked perfectly

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