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How To Fix A Glitchy Liquify Brush in Photoshop On Windows

Posted On: May 16, 2018   |   Posted By: Peta Pixel

How To Fix A Glitchy Liquify Brush in Photoshop On Windows

When I first started on my journey of learning my way around Photoshop I was a full-on Apple product fanboy, it just seemed like every creative was using an Apple machine and that I should do the same. Once I went full-time, I realized that I could build myself a PC that would be much more powerful for the price.
After my build was complete, the first thing I did was install the Wacom drivers and Photoshop, only to find that some things didn't work quite as I had expected them to. There were major brush lag issues and the annoyance of Window Ink that would be a shock to anyone having just moved over to Windows from Mac OS X.
A few Google searches in and I had fixed the issues of Windows Ink and the odd brush behaviour but there was still one issue that I couldn't fix: in Liquify, my brush would jump around like an over-caffeinated bouncy ball, making it next to impossible to liquify anything (unless you waited between each brush stroke for it to chill out).
Some people had the issue and some didn't. It...

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