Wed Nov 27, 2013, 5:34 PM
I learned a cool technique for the mixer brush from Mathias Verhasselt, a senior cinematic artist at Blizzard. It's great for adding detail really quickly, or speeding up your workflow with certain tasks, so I made this video to show you some ways you might be able to use it. Enjoy!
Awsome! Thanks for sharing this with us.
This is amazing!! I really wish I didn't have to go to work right now. lol Will definitely be trying this out later! Thanks.
mind blown. I'm new to digital work and i'm working on a concept piece right now where this will come in handy. thank you! great tutorial
This is awesome. You're awesome.
This is amazing! Thanks so much for this hint! I'm not sure how I can really put it into my style (maybe hair?), but it'll be fun to experiment!
Wow thanks this awesome
Wow, I think of me as a big expert of PS painting techniques but I missed this one and it's a LONG time I search for something like this.
VERY VERY THANKS FOR SHARING!
Omg. This is gonna improve my workflow so much! Thank you! <3
Dang this would be helpful if I had the right version of photoshop.
Update: Got it working I just had to reset my keyboard shortcuts thanks
What shortcut key did you use to sample the sphere? Im using Windows 7 but when I use the clonestamp tool it doesn't work with the mixer brush I tried using the S key but it doesn't work
You use ALT, just like with the normal brush, the clonestamp isn't a part of the process, it just behaves in a somewhat similar fashion.
Nice technique and thank you for sharing this with us!
This is pretty awesome, thank you for sharing
Since I'm going to start to TRY my hand better at backgrounds, this is helpful. You said it's good for speeding up painting, but it seems also good to use when an artist isn't too great at maintaining shadows and lighting consistently through out a portion of their artwork. I can see how this would help give a general idea for helping me with that. Thanks for the tips! Added them to my handy-dandy helpful journal folder. :3
Great tut, man!
Awwwww..... thanks for sharing! This is magic <3
tnks for share this!
Thanks a lot for sharing! This a pretty cool technique!
Aw man that's great. Thanks so much for sharing this.
Really really awesome!!!
That is pretty cool! Thanks for sharing!
Wow, thanks so much for sharing this and playing around with it! I didn't even know this tool existed... Definitely looking forward to messing with it to see what it can do.
wow. love those technique. Gonna try this out. Thank you for sharing
Very interesting! Thank you
this is cool, but puppet warp? How have I never seen that before? thousands of hours in photoshop and I've been missing out.
My gods that is a really cool and amazing technique - painting is not what it used to be anymore with these techniques! If learned to use well this is gonna change things and save a whole lot of time for any kind of digital art, even web comic artists. Thanks for sharing with us so soon after you just learned it!
Dude, your voice. *-*