|| 2012-09-06 07:17:37
In my opinion, the kinds of bserhus you use make a HUGE difference! I used to buy really cheap ones from Target and Walgreens and recently started investing in the more expensive ones. I now have the whole collection of MAC bserhus! The reason I love them so much is because they are handmade and can last up to 10 years if you take care of them. They are costly though, so I reccomended you make a small purchase of some eye bserhus first (those are a definite NECESSITY to me) and then see how you like it from there. If those turn out to be too pricey for you, I realllly like the Sonia Kashuk bserhus from target-those are almost as equally good to me! If you take my advice, here is the list of MAC bserhus i just cant live without, and I hope you try it out because once I first tried it, I never used anything else!!!!1. my number one favorite shadow brush is MACs 224 tapered blending brush- it's amazing just buy it! you can use any flat brush (a cheap one even ) to pack in the shadow to make it vibrant and then use the 224 brush to blend it out2. MACs 242 flat eyeshadow brush (ideal for smaller lids) or a 252 brush (for larger lids)3. MACs 217-another blending brush! but it's slightly smaller than the 224, so it makes it easier to control.4. MACs 187 or 189 (i cant remember which one it is) but its a duo fibre foundation brush. It's really expensive but in my opnion it's well worth it! But i listed this last, because my eyeshadow bserhus are much more important to me!Hope I helped! =)
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|| 2013-04-15 02:40:44
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|| 2013-04-15 03:28:35
Hey, I'm wondering, since we're on the topic of beildnng modes and layer styles if you could shed any light on flattening down the stack because I've noticed that at times with either a hard light, color dodge or overlay layer when I merge it down to a normal layer the effect doesn't translate and sometimes bleeds over the art underneath (where as in either of the modes before it hadn't). The only approach I've come up with is the make a new layer and paste visible (alt+ctrl+shift+e) into that new layer. But unfortunately I've become used to keeping transparent information in my layers and this process annoys me because it pastes all the white of the background. Are there any ideas as to why photoshop does this and any other work arounds that people have come up with? It would be interesting to know if anyone has, to avoid all the time spent masking afterwards.
|| 2013-04-15 04:03:13
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|| 2013-04-15 04:36:46
I love this set of brushes. I foowlled the tutorial, and it worked like a charm with the Rope frame and also the doily, but when I tried it with the Polaroid Dark, I must be making a mistake somewhere. After the Magic Wand tool, when I choose Inverse, it seems to want to choose only the photo inside the Polaroid, so that when I try to use the Paint Bucket Tool, it fills the photo with the paint colour! I don't know why or if I'm doing something wrong. I am using Elements 10. Please advise. Thank you.
|| 2013-04-15 04:45:43
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|| 2013-04-15 05:33:53
If they're in JPG format, you didn't dnowload the brushes you dnowloaded the image pack, which I also have available for people that can't use the brushes themselves. Re-download, and be sure you click on Download the brushes and not Download the Image Pack and you should be good to go! :)
|| 2013-04-15 05:47:46
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|| 2013-04-15 07:10:50
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|| 2013-04-15 09:09:59
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|| 2013-04-15 09:54:26
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|| 2013-04-15 09:56:54
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