Custom Brushes in Photoshop
Searching online for just the right brush for your Photoshop work can be time consuming. Sure, sites like Brusheezy and Qbrushes have excellent collections of free Photoshop brushes, but what if you could make your own? If you know the look you are going for you can modify a shape or a image and capture that to use as your own brush. You can use almost anything to create a custom brush. You can use vector shapes or images as the basis for brushes. The video below will show you how to create your own custom brushes in Photoshop in minutes.
Hi Resolution Brushes in Photoshop
One thing to remember is that when you are creating your own custom brushes in Photoshop is that you want to make the original shape as large as possible. The reason is that you want to make sure that the brush isn’t fuzzy or pixelated. You can always resize a brush to make it smaller, but if you start small, you can’t resize it to make it large without losing quality.
What Photoshop Brushes Did You Create?
Since you can create a custom Photoshop brush from anything, the possibilities are endless. If you take that into account, and combine it with the fact that you can add any texture to your brushes via the Brushes Panel, the sky really is the limit. You can even mask your brush with another brush, altering its look even more. You can also decide how it applies color and whether it rotates, how dense the brush is, and its spacing.
Did you have any difficulties creating your custom brushes in Photoshop? Where did you get stuck? If you ran into any problems, feel free to post your comments or questions in the comments area below. I will try my best to help you.