Hello and Welcome to the quick tip on creating a Dotted and Dashed line in Photoshop and Gimp.
In this tutorial Tim Von Rueden takes a look at creating this effect solely using brushes, their settings, and custom brushes.
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And here is a quick tip for how to create a stitched brush in Photoshop. (thank you Virtualdreamz for sharing)
↓ Here is a quick step by step below ↓
1 – Using the standard hard edge brush without any settings turned on, increase the spacing under “Brush tip Shape” to create a dotted line
2 – You can then save the brush for future use.
3 – Do the same as above but instead of using a circular brush, use a square brush, squished down for the direction you would like.
1 – Using gimps standard circle brush, increase the spacing under the brush settings to create a dotted line.
2 – After creating a rectangle shape using the selection tool, then filling it in with black, save it out as a .gbr brush
3 – Using the dashed brush you just created, increase the spacing, and you know have a horizontal dashed line. Holding shift + control will give you a perfectly straight line.
Thanks for watching and if you have any questions just let me know in the comment section below ↓