In this video, learn how to make Photoshop Brushes in Adobe Capture.
- [Narrator] Something that's really exciting for Photoshop…is the ability to make your own brushes.…And that's what I'm going to do here, in Adobe Capture.…Now, if you've ever made a brush before in Photoshop,…you'll know that it can be quite a lengthy process,…involving you actually building the brush,…and then testing it, then going back into the panel…and making some adjustments and testing it again.…But it's a much longer and less dynamic process…than the one you're about to see.…
So I'm here on my iPad,…and I'm just going to tap Adobe Capture,…which launches like so.…And there's a few different things I can make here,…but a brush is what I do want to make.…So I'm just going to tap the plus,…and it engages my camera,…and just here on my desk…I've got a piece of paper with some marks on.…I actually want to use one of these marks…to generate a brush.…So it could be any content at all,…it doesn't have to be a brushstroke shape.…So, you'll notice that there's grid lines…appearing in various different places.…
That's because it's trying to remove…
- Building templates
- Organizing your layers
- Managing presets
- Sharing assets
- Quick masking for mockups
- Making brushes
- Generating assets for web and UX
- Creating animation and video
- Saving files correctly
Skill Level Beginner
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