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Brushes tutorial [ID:946] (10/11)

in series: GIMP tutorial by example.

video tutorial by gasto, added 11/08

Series ID: 282 Video ID: 946

In this tutorial, I show you what brushes are, how to use them, how many types there are and how to create brushes depending on their type.

The types of brushes are:

  • Ordinary brushes
  • Clipboard brush
  • Parametric brushes
  • Colour brushes
  • Image hoses

We also determine the different ways of opening the Brushes dialog and its use.

Visit my YouTube channel for more GIMP tutorials.

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3. anonymous Thu, 28 May 2009 14:18

very well done!


2. anonymous Mon, 01 Dec 2008 15:45

Excellent job!!

The tutorial is very friendly and useful.

Looking for new material

Keep going

Ciao!


Wow - you've been working hard with the video-editing. And to good effect. The editing overlays work really well. The pacing at the start was maybe a little fast and I would hold the keyboard shortcuts up there for a few seconds longer. But the brush creation demo was really nice - I learned a whole lot in a very short space of time. Screencasting +1. Congrats on extending your skills.


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