I’m going to show you an example of how to use the cloud brush Petals 2, released in June 2020!
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I’ll explain how to use it like the background of this illustration.
(I used Mediban Paint for PC.)
①First of all, paint the background black.
I painted the background black. Fill it so black that it’s almost black.
②Create a new layer on top of the blackened background layer and set the layer blend to “Add & Glow”.
③Set the brush color to white and sprinkle 2 brush petal brushes on it.
④Duplicate the layer you just painted petals on (Layer < Duplicate in the menu bar) and select the layer at the bottom.
⑤Select [Gaussian Blur] from [Filter] on the menu bar.
As a result of using Gaussian Blur, the result is a fluffier look than before, like this!
I like this fluffy vibe when I applied the Gauss blur to the addition and emission, which is three times the level of food.
I got excited again.
By the way, I set the value of Gaussian Blur to 10 this time.
(Please adjust it to your liking.)
⑥One more step. Use the Chromatic Aberration filter to make the petals look more impressive.
First, merge all layers once (in the menu bar, under “Layers” < “Merge All Layers)
⑦Next, select the [Chromatic Aberration/RGB Shift] filter from the [Filter] menu in the menu bar.
In this case, I set it to 5 for both the X and Y axis.
If you zoom in, it’s easy to change the color of the petals, but by using a chromatic aberration filter, the petals, which were previously monotone, are now colored differently, creating a magical effect!
How was your experience with the Petal 2 Brush!
Please try to use it in various ways by applying it here.
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PC: https://medibangpaint.com/use/2016/01/ add-cloudbrush/
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