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TIFF brushes ? (SOLVED)

Post#1 by RJKD » 17 Oct 2016, 12:45


Ok, another RJKDism, I was getting some texture and found these brushes at http://www.textures.com/download/3dbrush0072/127206 (they could be fantastic for a poster I'm creating), however they are TIFF, does this mean they are for another application and not Gimp? :?
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Post#2 by trandoductin » 17 Oct 2016, 16:05


TIFF is just another image file format as far as i know.
It can be opened in GIMP.
When you open file you can say "All Images" or change that filter out by image types, and TIFF is one of the types that can be selected.
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Post#3 by rich2005 » 19 Oct 2016, 08:05


RJKD wrote:Ok, another RJKDism, I was getting some texture and found these brushes at http://www.textures.com/download/3dbrush0072/127206 (they could be fantastic for a poster I'm creating), however they are TIFF, does this mean they are for another application and not Gimp? :?
They are indeed "ZBrush and Mudbox Sculpting Brushes" no good for Gimp.
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Thank you for your help
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Post#6 by rich2005 » 19 Oct 2016, 11:35


To help you on the way, get your camera out, photo some rocks and make a animated (.gih) brush. It will not be pseudo solid as ZBrush (expensive application).

To get you started this one, finished it a couple of minutes ago. looks like this http://imgur.com/FiDMN9C

If you overlay you can get a sort of solid effect. even this scaled down one is 2 MB

http://www.mediafire.com/file/f9ppiupyk ... -small.gih
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