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Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by miksneftrup, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. miksneftrup

    miksneftrup Guest

    Hi, i have drawed a line using a metal thing. The line is
    twisting/turning and now i have forgotten how i did it. Can anyone help
    me please. The line can be seen here:
    http://lauras.dk/mikkel/karate/karateindex.htm

    Regards
    Sneffe
     
    miksneftrup, Jan 17, 2007
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  2. miksneftrup

    ronviers Guest

    Hi Sneffe,

    It looks like Angle Jitter in Shape Dynamics mixed with a certain Flow.
    Did you check to see if you happened to have had Concise History
    Logging turned on?

    Good luck,
    Ron
     
    ronviers, Jan 17, 2007
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  3. miksneftrup

    miksneftrup Guest

    Hi Ron, the logging was not on. How/where do i choose Angle Jitter.
    Cant seem to find Shape Dynamics.

    ps. im using V7.0

    Regards
    Sneffe
     
    miksneftrup, Jan 17, 2007
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  4. miksneftrup

    ronviers Guest

    I hope it is the same in CS2. At the menu bar go to Window>Brushes -
    this brings up the Brushes palette, then Shape Dynamics will be the
    first category then find Angle Jitter in that dialogue. If it is not
    the same in v7 then I am clueless.

    Good luck,
    Ron
     
    ronviers, Jan 17, 2007
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  5. miksneftrup

    miksneftrup Guest

    Hi Ron, what is CS2?

     
    miksneftrup, Jan 17, 2007
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  6. miksneftrup

    ronviers Guest

    Hi Sneffe,

    I guess at some point Adobe started calling their stuff Creative Suite
    this and Creative Suite that. So now if you buy a new copy of Photoshop
    instead of calling it version nine it is designated 'Photoshop Creative
    Suite Version Two'. So now it is common practice to refer to Photoshop
    version 9 as PS CS2 and since this is a Photoshop newsgroup just CS2
    will usually suffice. In an Adobe Illustrator newsgroup instead of
    saying AI CS2 I could also just refer to CS2 with the implication being
    that I am talking about the current version of Illustrator. BTW, CS3
    will be out in the second quarter of this year.

    HTH,
    Ron
     
    ronviers, Jan 17, 2007
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