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Thanks again for all your answers. I think I understand what the dynamic brushes can be used for but can't the regular brushes do the same things?
No Patty, regular brushes won't really do the same things as dynamic brushes. As Pat explains in this post, as you move your mouse or tablet pen, you will get variations in size, spacing, etc. The best way to learn about dynamic brushes is to use them. Maybe purchase a set that looks interesting to you and just play with them. HTH
Posted 16 August 2011 - 06:22 PM
That said, finding nice combinations of these parameters can be a significant challenge. You can burn up a lot of time playing, and may or may not get to a desirable result. With Dynamic brushes, the designers have done the hard work for us--we can just use it!
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