In this video Cher will explore the two categories of Texture brushes. These brushes use the color and luminance of a source image to add exciting texture to your painting. Texture Cover can allow you to composite or collage images when used at low opacity resulting in a subtle texture effect or at 100% opacity bring in bold texture. Texture Source Blending brushes require a source image to work from and apply texture based on luminance. The more you brush the more texture is expressed!
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