Awesome!I love that mag.... Great work.
Hahaha, but at least I made you look brave!
True. Very hard to do!
I love your work and was so happy to see you featured in one of my fav mags. Many thanks for sharing your process too. I just ran off 100 copies of a 7x10 border that I'm anxious to begin layouts on.
I loved your tut in imagine fx!Nevertheless, I could not find the ps brush that supposed to be on the disc. Is it lost or is it just me?Warmest regardsJacobi
Hi Jacobi,I immediately lost the disc that came with my copy of the mag, but I uploaded my brushes for you here: http://fionastaples.com/misc/fionapresets.tplWill a .tpl file work for you?The ones used in the tutorial are named "grey" (actually a PS default brush) and "wopper."
I just ordered this issue because of your workshop ;)I saw your preview pages from Trick or Treat and the last big panel is awesome! You really can get down moods in your work. Fantastic!I'm looking forward to your new work.Best,Chris
hi, im also having trouble with finding your brushes at the cd..."Will a .tpl file work for you?" hm, heh....no it didnt (?)... photoshop wants .abr brushes? or?can i convert .tpl or something?could you help me out? ;)(very nice work btw) =)
Henke- I think I figured this out. The brushes I was using in the tutorial weren't custom brushes, they were tool presets, hence the .tpl file.The main brush I used is actually one of the default brushes, but here is an .abr file for it anyway: http://fionastaples.com/misc/painting_brush.abrI only used 2 brushes, and the other was just a big, low-opacity round brush for quickly filling in large areas, so it really doesn't matter if you substitute some other brush for it! Good luck, hope that helps. :)
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