Brush Stroke filters
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The Accented Edges filter accentuates the edges of an image. When the edge brightness control is set to a high value, the accents resemble white chalk; when set to a low value, the accents resemble black ink. You can set the edge width, edge brightness, and smoothness.
The Angled Strokes filter repaints an image using diagonal strokes. The strokes in the lighter areas of the image go in the opposite direction of the strokes in the darker areas. You can set the stroke direction balance, stroke length, and sharpness.
The Crosshatch filter preserves the details and features of the original image while adding texture and roughening the edges of the colored areas in the image with simulated pencil hatching. You can set the stroke length, sharpness, and strength (the number of hatching passes).
The Dark Strokes filter paints dark areas of an image closer to black with short, tight strokes, and paints lighter areas of the layer with long, white strokes. You can set the stroke balance and black and white intensity levels.
The Ink Outlines filter redraws an image with fine narrow lines over the original details, in pen-and‑ink style. You can set the stroke length and dark and light intensity levels.
The Spatter filter replicates the effect of a spatter airbrush. You can set the spray radius and smoothness.
The Sprayed Strokes filter repaints a layer using its dominant colors with angled, sprayed strokes of color. You can set the stroke length, spray radius, and stroke direction.
The Sumi‑e filter redraws a layer in a Japanese style, as if with a wet brush full of black ink on rice paper. The effect is soft blurry edges with rich blacks. You can set stroke width, stroke pressure, and contrast.