PS Brushes That Look Like Paint

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I am trying to mimic this effect: http://psdtuts.com/photo-effects-tutori ... -splashes/

doe anyone know where I can get some PS Brushess that look like 3d paint or some images of paint being thrown through the air to help create this same effect?
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Why not grab a bucket of paint and a friend and take your own shots?
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more than you could ever need :-)

http://abduzeedo.com/1000-great-ps-free-brushes-paulw
http://www.brusheezy.com/

and some vectors but these aren't free
http://www.gomedia.us/arsenal/index.php
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spork wrote:
Why not grab a bucket of paint and a friend and take your own shots?

I thought about that. But I'm a computer geek and I don't have any real friends, they are all virtual :)
I think that is the only option. I can't seem to find any. ANd I think people think I want the 2d paint splatters. But thanks.
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graphixboy wrote:
more than you could ever need :-)

http://abduzeedo.com/1000-great-ps-free-brushes-paulw
http://www.brusheezy.com/

and some vectors but these aren't free
http://www.gomedia.us/arsenal/index.php

Not paint splatter. But thanks for trying. I have a ton of these. I need 3D looking paint.
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Check out this tutorial on cold water drops. I believe the technique used here will get you to where you want to be. You just have to apply the principles to a shape that looks like what you're after.

http://www.hqtutorials.com/effects/cold-waterdrops.htm
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Ah yeah sorry. I remember that tutorial now and if I remember right they actually photographed the paint. Anyway if the "real" version isn't an option you might consider trying a 3D app. Several of them can do decent liquids now, but I have no idea what kind of difficulty is involved in that endeavor.
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Thanks guys. I think the 3D app idea might be my best shot. But I may go to the hardware store and give it a shot. I'm buying a nice camera this weekend. I'll post my results!
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The 3D app aproach would be better for you in my opinion, the paint would be a big mess and it would take twice the amount of time...

Might have a go at a similar effect when i get in from work and see how hard it is... been going more and more 3D stuff just lately :P
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I fancy doing the actual paint idea. Hmmm, wonder what the Mrs. will say. On second thought....

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