The History Brush  

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Uploaded: 12/07/05 5:14 PM GMT
The History Brush
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Thanks and credit goes out to Pierre (ppigeon) for his kind permission to let me use his wonderful image. The original can be found Here. All comments and questions appreciated, but go easy as this is my first tutorial:) Cheers........


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12/07/05 5:17 PM GMT
Hey! I'll try your method... Thanks for the tip, Ben :-)
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12/07/05 5:33 PM GMT
Good tutorial...easy to follow and well illustrated...thanks for sharing.:Pat.
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FEAR is a darkroom where negatives develop.
12/07/05 8:17 PM GMT
Oh my! This is exactly what i needed! How wonderful..I will try it later today...( Iloved this car then and love it now...wish he'd send it back to me LOL)....Thank you for a great tutorial...see? this is only ONE of the reasons I love caedes....its people like you and many others who make learning so much easier for us novices...thank yu thank yu !!!
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Live like you mean it !
12/07/05 11:35 PM GMT
Nice job on the car and nice tute. I have heard lots of people refer to the history brush, but have never tried it out before. Now, can I use it to erase the owner of this vehicle so it becomes rightfully mine??
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12/08/05 6:55 AM GMT
(*keith starts to rub the brush across his face .. stops to check the mirror ... rubs the brush harder across his face*)
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wookin pa nub
12/08/05 4:26 PM GMT
Whoops! first ammendment:-
To change the default History states from 20 to 50 in point 1 it should be:

EDIT > PREFERENCES > should be the third box down...........

Keith - The history brush is not a toy, if you can't use it properly we'll have to take it off you.
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12/12/05 4:54 PM GMT
Great tutorial Ben...good layout and easy for a begginer to follow. Nice work:-)
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12/12/05 7:23 PM GMT
This is a useful tutorial.

It is worth noting that you can have the same effect by adding a monochrome channel mixer as an adjustment layer and then painting in black using the brush tool for the areas you want to colour.
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"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." Bertrand Russell
12/16/05 1:41 AM GMT
So that's how you use it! So basic even I can follow along. Saved to my tutorial folder, will use it.
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04/04/06 5:36 AM GMT
Thank you for posting this tutorial it's very helpful keep up the good work
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04/11/06 8:36 PM GMT
Yeah, cool! I like this one, it was very usefull. By this I made up very much ideas and stuff. Many thanks! I also saved it to my tutorial folder! ;)
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10/26/06 2:50 PM GMT
well done, thank you for the info. I am surely going to try this
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