Using tool presets and not brushes


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Using tool presets and not brushes

They act like brushes, they work like brushes. Why aren't they called brushes? There are some intrinsic differences between brushes and tool presets. In this video, we will get things straightened out. Now, the primary reason I'm putting this into the title is that having sold my brushes to a lot of people, one of the questions that comes up repeatedly, particularly when people are kind of doing a custom installation, they'll put the files of the brushes into the Brushes Preset folder and then I'll get an email.

I put them into the Brushes Preset folder, but I don't see them. Where are they? Well, here's the thing, Brushes in Photoshop, previous to the Mixer Brush, were the sole brush engine in Photoshop. But in order to do some of the things that the Mixer brush does, particularly the very intricate kind of smearing and blending that it does, and this is done in combination with the bristle tips, which can be used with just normal brush. But the idea here is that t...

Using tool presets and not brushes
Video duration: 3m 41s 4h 46m Intermediate

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Using tool presets and not brushes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Architecture

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Design
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Photoshop Wacom
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