The next part of the Brush Designer that we’re going to look at is the Stroke Setting. This may seem familiar to you, as there are other tools that allow you to adjust the stroke setting of each individual brush.  Adjustments such as stroke taper, opacity, and size are all available. But you can also adjust the loading of the brush, as well as the amount of texture of the canvas that is shown.

All of these settings make the brush designer extremely powerful.

The taper settings will allow ink pen creators to really fine tune how their pen flows on the paper.  This is great for comic creators.  So take a look at the video and see what you might be able to create!


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