Do you prefer to paint with airbrush or paintbrush?

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Old 12 December 2001   #1
Do you prefer to paint with airbrush or paintbrush?

When painting in Photoshop, do you prefer the look achieved by the hard edged paintbrush or the softer airbrush look?
I know it depends on what you are painting. I'm not talking about doing textures, or something specific for a job; I mean when you're painting just for yourself.
Most of my stuff has been done with the airbrush tool, but recently I've seen images done with a harder edge, and I really like the energy these pieces have, very painterly/sketchlike, but still finished...
Anyway, I was just wondering what anyone else thought. Thanks
 
Old 12 December 2001   #2
Airbrush, it works wonders with my tablet, I also like the softer edge it gives me.
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Old 12 December 2001   #3
I really prefer the brush look! The airbrush feels to soft.

Personal taste I suppose.

Frank
 
Old 12 December 2001   #4
definately have to say `switch hitter`on this one. I like the paintbrush for the edges and the airbrush for surfaces. I think is makes the illusion of lighting more realistic.
 
Old 12 December 2001   #5
I've found and seen that airbrush works wonders on art. even more so than dodge/burn
 
Old 12 December 2001   #6
dodge and burn is evil.!!
 
Old 12 December 2001   #7
Dodge and Burn

YES ! I am using a tablet too, and Dodge/Burn (With ALT key), is a very versitile tool ! I always put lights, volume and shadows with Dodge/Burn.

I will put anothe Digital Painting, of an "pirate''s Skull", or somelike this...On the next post...Please...Take a Look. It's all Dodge and Burn.
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Old 12 December 2001   #8
I use the airbrush for coloring. It rocks at shadows.
 
Old 12 December 2001   #9
Well it all depends on what you are needing todo! but for drawing straight into photoshop paintbrush all the way! Though i prefer painter for illustrative work but i end up using both
 
Old 12 December 2001   #10
about the hard/soft brush in photoshop, i always have
problems with the soft brush, the painting ended up with
some blurred edges or a "beginner look". so i was trying only the hard brush , custom brushes, and
dodge/burn. this is a little study i was playing with:


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