View Full Version : Photoshop substitute for Painter's F-X Glow
I notice that (with an expanding set of brushes) I can do most of my work on an image in Photoshop without having to go back and fourth to Painter. But I still have'nt found a way to paint light in the same way that with Painter's F-X Glow.
Do anyone have a good way to do this in Photoshop? (the rotateable working area in painter will be hard to replicate, but I put my hopes in the CS3...)
03-31-2006, 10:54 AM
try hard and linear light paint modes..it totally buried glow in my eye
04-02-2006, 01:56 PM
IMO i would not rely on the tool to do the work for u, rely on ur skill, and if ur not that good, then that means that u need to get better and learn the tools at hand to get better, at ur artwork! pratice makes better!:thumbsup:
04-16-2006, 11:32 AM
what they said. sup you guys.
Aww comeon guys, didn't you know digital stuff is just all about clicking a button and making it look cute :-D.
hehe, totally kidding, just thought I would play the "normal person" role here.
04-16-2006, 01:37 PM
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