How To Make Photoshop Brushes Tutorial


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17 comments:

  1. Your tutorial is very well constructed Jerry. I am just beginning to use PE 8 (am a complete novice) and even I understood it. The only thing I don't understand - how embarrassing - is what is a "brush" and what do you use it for? I thought the brush was a tool you would use to do something to the photo, but you are calling your end result a 'brush'...

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  2. This is wonderful! And so useful. Thank you so much. <3

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  3. Bonnie;
    A Photoshop brush is like a rubber stamp in a way, what you do is create a brush of something that you may want to include into images, like the birds in my images are brushes, and all you do is add that brush to any image like the said rubber stamp, brushes are eternal, which means you can use them whenever and forever, they never wear out.

    BTW ... like I said, the birds and even a lot of clouds and sunrays are brushes that I use a lot to add more zip to an image.

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  4. Awesome:)Thanks for sharing your tutorial!I can't wait to try it!Take care..Kristi

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  5. Mr. Jerry the Shadowhouse Creator! Wow, I mean, WoW! Thanks for making so it can be done without tears!

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  6. I haven't made a brush in a while, so I appreciate the refresher course!

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  7. Thanks Jerry - that clears up my confusion. It seems very doable and I will give it a try. Nice to create your own set of 'rubber stamps'/brushes. You are a great teacher! I'm a grateful student.

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  8. thanks Jerry! I have made brushes but never knew how to save them. every time I went to pick another brush my brushes were all gone. I will try these steps!

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  9. Thank you Jerry for your tutorial.You have such a clear uncluttered approach for writing and your images are wonderful.

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  10. Great tut! Thanks so much :)

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  11. Jerry, why you are not more world famous is beyond me.

    Wonderful, I am looking forward to trying this out.

    Jen

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  12. Another totally brilliant tutorial. Thank you ever so much.

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  13. Jerry, I love this tutorial. I have now made many brushes from my drawings. Thank you! However, I did purchase some brushes of photographs with low opacity color. I would really love to know how that was done. These were of some beach scenes, long roads, vintage postage stamps, etc. Do ya think there is a chance that you could explore this option?

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  14. AnonymousJune 27, 2010

    Soooo easy to follow - Thank you so much xx

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  15. your descriptions of actions are very good .. clear and easy to follow .. thankyou so much .. i will use this tutorial

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  16. Fantastic! Thank you!!!!!

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