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Introducton to Adobe Photoshop
The Airbrush Tool  

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The airbrush works a lot like the paintbrush except that it continues to apply paint as long as the mouse button. Actually, with the exception of the Pressure slider, the options for airbrush are the same as for paintbrush

[Airbrush]

The pressure modifies how much paint is sprayed when the mouse is down. To spray paint you simply choose the airbrush tool [Airbrush Tool] click on the canvas and hold the mouse down while dragging. Actually, the effect is very much like an airbrush and you can design some pretty nifty graffiti.

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