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Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide by Michael Rhodes

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Time for action – making a flatting brush

We are looking for the following three things in a flatting brush:

  • No anti-aliasing: The edges it produces must be distinct. This will help us if we need to make a magic wand selection based on color; we'll get a good smooth selection without any little bits that won't be selected.
  • Responsive to stylus pressure. We'll need to color small and large areas.
  • It must produce solid, flat, unblended colors, for example, the gauche paint. The brush cannot blend colors while coloring over another color.

We'll be starting out with a basic oil paint brush, make a copy, and then create a new tab group for our flatting brushes by performing the following steps:

  1. Open a file that has an ink layer (or open the Packt Cover ...

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