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How to disable anti-aliasing on brushes?

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Feb 09, 2023 Feb 09, 2023

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As the title say, i want to disable antialiasing on pixel brushes, but idk how to, i'm running the free version of adobe fresco

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Community Expert , Feb 09, 2023 Feb 09, 2023

Hello!

I don't think you can, I cannot be entirely sure because each brush comes with its own settings (they differ between brushes) and I have too many brushes to check them all. Definitely not on the basic ones such as pencil, charcoal etc...
If anything can be enabled/disabled, it will be situated in the brush settings (see screenshot)

Imaginerie_0-1675970376750.png

One thing you could do, is tweak an existing brush in Photoshop, and save it through your libraries.
In Photoshop you'll have way more control over what brushes

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Hello!

I don't think you can, I cannot be entirely sure because each brush comes with its own settings (they differ between brushes) and I have too many brushes to check them all. Definitely not on the basic ones such as pencil, charcoal etc...
If anything can be enabled/disabled, it will be situated in the brush settings (see screenshot)

Imaginerie_0-1675970376750.png

One thing you could do, is tweak an existing brush in Photoshop, and save it through your libraries.
In Photoshop you'll have way more control over what brushes do

Imaginerie_1-1675970476260.png

 

I hear there will be more options to create ones own brushes at some point, so maybe you can hang in there and see if future version enable you do do that.

see the "what's coming" section in the app settings

Imaginerie_2-1675970642770.png

 

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I agree with Imaginerie, I don't believe it is possible. Regardless of whether you're using free or subscription version.

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