How to Change Brush Dynamics
Brushes have different effects depending on their settings. In the 1st Screenshot, the brush is stamped top centre. The ‘Spacing’ is set as far down as possible, at 1. Moving the computer mouse across producing a continuous line, which is indistinguishable as flowers.
Setting the Spacing higher results in a larger gap between distribution of the brush. So, moving a computer mouse across now produces a row of flowers spaced evenly (Screenshot 2).
Changing the ‘Shape Dynamics’ allows you to manipulate the brush stroke; producing random differences in size and angle (Screenshot 3).
Changing the ‘Scattering’ adds a randomised scattered position of the brush (Screens).