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    Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Hi All,

    Im new to this forum, and i have recently downloaded so really cool Smoke brush effects but everytime i come to use them it only gives me a default colour of Gray :(

    Can someone tell me how i can change the colour of the brushes....

    Again sorry for something so simple to the experts :(

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    you should be able to just click any colour I use smoke brushes all the time no problem
    check your image settings is not set to grey scale
    image>mode>RGB colour hopefully

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Thanks for the quick response and the solution

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Hi Sorry for another question

    But do you know where i can get a smoke brush set identical to the one i have attached......

    Thanks again for your help.
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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    yep Changing the colour of a default smoke brush-brushidentical.jpg

    open up this image
    go to select>all
    then go to Edit > define brush preset it will ask you to name it then go to your brush selection window will be the last brush on there

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    that is instructions to create your own brush using an image you provided if you had not worked it out yet lol

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Now iv only been using photoshop for about two weeks but i get the feeling im going to learn alot from this forum especially if everyone on this forum is like you Hoogleman!! Thanks again!

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    I dont think we have failed answering any questions yet and I know if I personally dont know something I will keep trying until I do know it to pass it on I like a challenge

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    i think i have another tutorial i recently used myself for smoke brushes (the answer might already been given but this looks very helpful.)
    Create fireballs and explosions - Classic Photoshop Tutorial - Digital Arts

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    Re: Changing the colour of a default smoke brush

    Sounds good reason i asked about how to change the colour of smoke effects and anything else really, is because im creating a website and i want the smoke effect to come in from one side, but again its just trying to find that ideal brush to make what i think a reality.

    **Update**

    Is there a way of change how a brush looks, for example change the way the smoke is going without changing the hole brush if that makes sense?
    Last edited by SHarrison; 06-26-2011 at 08:40 AM.

 

 

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