Art brushes stretch artwork evenly along a path and include strokes that resemble graphic media, such as the Charcoal-Feather brush used to create the tree and objects such as the Arrow brush. Calligraphic brushes are defined by an elliptical shape whose center follows the path; they create strokes that resemble hand-drawn lines made with a flat, angled calligraphic pen tip. Pattern brushes paint a pattern made up of separate sections, or tiles, for the sides, ends and corners of the path; the brush applies different tiles from the pattern to different sections of the path, depending on where the section falls on the path. Bristle brushes allow you to create brush strokes with the appearance of a natural brush with bristles. Scatter brushes scatter an object, such as a leaf, along a path; you can adjust the size, spacing, scatter and rotation options to change the appearance of the brush.