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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    or press the [ and ] bracket keys to adjust the brush size and press D once with brush tool selected make sure your not painting white on white

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Opps had the wrong brush selected!

    Note to self.

    Ha ha.

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    there you go your solving your own mistakes

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    I assume you figured the rest out then as I have not heard back from you

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Hi Hoogleman,

    Sorry i only read my emails this morning and noticed you had replied again and i tried to get on at work but work has blocked this site Grrrr

    But yeah slowly getting there one question though when i select a brush and put it on the canvas i still have hold of it so i cant do anything else unless i go over to the arrow which is top left and press that and the brush goes away, is there a short cut key to drop the current thing you have hold of?

    Also when i have places a smoke brush on my canvas i cant seem to move it around? is there a tool or a short cut key that i can use to do this?

    Hope that makes sense lol

 

 

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