How to Make Rivet Lines in Photoshop

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  1. Gil

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    Weld Lines

    For Armour...,

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    Weld Lines

    For Armour...,

    Gil
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    FYI GIMP also has a feature where you can create your own brushes...

    Script-Fu - to
    Selection - to
    Brush

    I'm also thinking I've seen a way you can make a dashed or other type of line that might be useful for things.

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    FYI GIMP also has a feature where you can create your own brushes...

    Script-Fu - to
    Selection - to
    Brush

    I'm also thinking I've seen a way you can make a dashed or other type of line that might be useful for things.

    Ryan
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    Ryan,

    The combinations of the paint brush tool in most of all the "paint" packages are capable of performing a similar action. "Pinked" and stitched seams come to mind for fabric covered aircraft and are easily done with this technique just to start and endless list of possible applications. One other thing it also works on geometic shapes too...,

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    Ryan,

    The combinations of the paint brush tool in most of all the "paint" packages are capable of performing a similar action. "Pinked" and stitched seams come to mind for fabric covered aircraft and are easily done with this technique just to start and endless list of possible applications. One other thing it also works on geometic shapes too...,

    Gil
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    Gil....

    I guess I missed on this one but I would appreciate very much if this can be reposted...Many, many THANKS....

    Muhammad
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    Sorry, but I didn't save the original files. I'll have to do it all over again which will take time. It's simple enough though. Draw a rivet. Scale it to an appropriate size. Set it as a new Brush. Fiddle with the period of the brush to obtain rivet spacing. Select rivet brush and draw lines with it using the Shift key in conjuction with the left mouse button. Note that any repeating "brush" can be created with this method.

    -Gil
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    Gil :

    Thanks so much for the guide... I will give it a try . Regards,

    Muhammad