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    Question Simulate Pressure is Driving me Insane!

    Anyone please give me a hand here..

    Simulating pressure with pen tool is driving me insane.. i cant get it to work, i dont know what im missing i have the check box for it checked, brush set then if i stroke it, it will stroke but no simulate pressure.

    Anyone have a checklist to make this thing work.... im putting stroke to a path


    *edit doh! i forgot to mention and even put it in the thread title.. this is for Adobe Photoshop CS3.
    Last edited by kerco; 10-20-2008 at 11:52 PM.

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    exclusive member ( V I P ) tiGRAN=-2001's Avatar
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    use a simple hard brush with size bigger than one. maybe you're can't tell the difference?

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    are u using a wacom tablet or a mouse ?

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    you need to use the 'fade' option in yorur brush options toolbar.

    otherwsise if you're trying to go thin-thick-thin, then you'll need a wacom. Or you can draw a shape and adjust the points with your pen tool.

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    im using a mouse..

    you need to use the 'fade' option in yorur brush options toolbar.

    otherwsise if you're trying to go thin-thick-thin, then you'll need a wacom. Or you can draw a shape and adjust the points with your pen tool.
    it worked! i forgot to enable shape dynamics!:P thanks a lot! that got me really frustrated lol

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