Take an exploration of using Capture to create some brushes.
- [Tony] Hi and welcome to design tools weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … There are a great many brushes available … for Illustrator and Photoshop. … In fact, there are entire businesses around creating … and selling those assets. … But have you ever tried making any yourself? … Because it can be relatively easy and quite fun to do so. … I'm here in Adobe Capture on an IPad what I want to do … is make a brush for one of my apps such as Illustrator, … Photoshop or Fresco and I could use the camera here, … but I'm going to use an image that I took already. … So down at the bottom here, I'm going to tap the plus … and choose to import an image and then go ahead … and go to my Creative Cloud assets. … Into a library here and I've got a shot here … of an inkblot that I've used before to make other brushes, … but I'm going to revisit it this week. … So, if I tap open, that will then come in … to the brush module here inside of capture and you can go … through all of the different modules over …
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