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Use Hue Jitter to vary colors as you paint (CS2/CS3/CS4/CS5)

Added on Wednesday 2nd of May 2012 04:57 am EST
 

Quick Tip
by Stephen Dow
Application:
Adobe Photoshop CS2/CS3/CS4/CS5
Operating Systems:
Macintosh, Microsoft Windows
 

In Photoshop terms, jitter is the amount of variation you allow for a certain setting when using a custom brush. While jitter is typically used to vary the size, angle, and roundness of your brush in the Shape Dynamics Brush Preset of the Brushes panel, it can also affect the colors you paint with. The Hue Jitter option, located in the Color Dynamics preset, allows you to control the range of variation by setting a percentage.

To do this, first select any brush preset or ...