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rldavis

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Well done Robert.
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Cool job Bob
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Excellent job Bob. Did you use the deadwood branches to get this effect? Amazing to see just how versatile one can be using different brushes.
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Thank you Suzette and Don.

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Thank you Vivienne. I used a simple but I think interesting brush I whipped up today. If you are interested, I can upload the code.[smile]

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My, he means business Bob!  Very interesting the way you formed his gown, and what could almost be clouds, it makes him look spectreish, even a bit ghoulish...    Nice to meet him... lol   
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Jonny, exactly.[biggrin]

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Rob, thank you. The video is awesome. Completely new to me but I really like it. Thank you for that too.[smile]

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I'm always pleased to please Bob.   ♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪  [smile]
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Thank you Vivienne. I used a simple but I think interesting brush I whipped up today. If you are interested, I can upload the code.[smile]

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 That would be a fantastic brush Bob and I have never downloaded a brush so I haven't got the foggiest idea of how to do it.  Any help would be appreciated with many thanks.
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Well Vivienne, we'll give it a try. First of all, heres the brush code:

** START BRUSH CODE
2404
153,145,127,92,86,16
Oils
Pro Base
0,153,145,127,119,111,95,91,85,73,65,62,56
bShape,combo,0,0
3D Abs,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
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No effect,combo,0,0
RLD Textured Oil 02
1,1,0,1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0
default
** END BRUSH CODE

So.... highlight all the red text and right click your mouse or stylus. Now copy the text. Go to TB and right click on a brush slot that you don't need right now. In the pop-up select 'Import Brush Codes' and you'll get another pop-up. Click on 'Import' and you are done. Let me know if you need assistance.[smile]

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Originally Posted by rldavis
Well Vivienne, we'll give it a try. First of all, heres the brush code:

** START BRUSH CODE
2404
153,145,127,92,86,16
Oils
Pro Base
0,153,145,127,119,111,95,91,85,73,65,62,56
bShape,combo,0,0
3D Abs,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,flat,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
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No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
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No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
No effect,combo,0,0
RLD Textured Oil 02
1,1,0,1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0
default
** END BRUSH CODE

So.... highlight all the red text and right click your mouse or stylus. Now copy the text. Go to TB and right click on a brush slot that you don't need right now. In the pop-up select 'Import Brush Codes' and you'll get another pop-up. Click on 'Import' and you are done. Let me know if you need assistance.[smile]

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Yippee!!!  Thank you so much Bob for explaining how easy it is.  I really appreciate your help and I do love your brush. I can't believe I actually downloaded it.

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rldavis

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Good job Vivienne.[smile]

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