Problem with textured brush not painting in different positions (Photoshop)

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May 13, 2022 May 13, 2022

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Hi guys, so I’m having a problem with a textured brush that I’ve created. The image attached shows me fully 0EDF3A20-656B-43FF-8ECD-71A7C4738914.jpegpainting one layer using my brush. When I go to paint over this layer for a second time, the brush follows the pattern of the existing painted layer regardless of where I start making the stroke. This means that the painting can never get any darker in tone.

 

The brush was built with a main solid stroke and a texture which i added in brush settings. The brush stroke is only the black marks (the white is the background on a layer below).

 

This there a way that i could allow the brush to not only follow the fixed coordinates of the pattern? Hopefully i've explained myself well enough.

 

Thankyou for your help in advance!

 

Jay

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May 14, 2022 May 14, 2022

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Please provide the brush as an abr or at least post screenshots of all pertinent settings in the Brush Settings Panel. 

 

But I suspect you may have to improve the Pattern to better hide the seams or try working with Dual Brushes instead of Textures, if I understand your intention correctly. 

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