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Old Nov 14, 2012, 04:34 AM   #1
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Brush Woes in A3

G'day all,


I've finally made the jump from A2 to A3.

One thing I've been disappointed with in A3 is how brushes are no longer additive.

For example, in A2, each successive dodge over a region continuously brightens that region.

But now, in A3, that region instantly brightens to the value indicated by the slider, with successive dodges having no effect.

I can only seem to partially emulate the A2 way of working by continuously adding more dodge brush adjustments, but I find this is greatly unintuitive for a creative process.


I'm hoping there's a way for brushes to work like they did in A2, can anybody shed some light? Any replies are appreciated

Thanks,
-Reef
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