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Photoshop Brush Tutorial Photoshop Flower Brush

Updated on April 16, 2013

Photoshop Brush Tutorial To Create A Photoshop Flower Brush

Here is an easy Photoshop Brush Tutorial to create a Photoshop Flower Brush.

I created this Photoshop Brush to create attractive floral designs for my zazzle store, REFLECTIONS .

I thought of sharing this quick method of making a custom photoshop brush to help you in your designing.

Hope you enjoy the Photoshop Brush Tutorial To Create A Photoshop Flower Brush.

Digital Floral Art Created With Photoshop Flower Brush

Digital Floral Art Created With Photoshop Flower Brush
Digital Floral Art Created With Photoshop Flower Brush

Photoshop Flower Brush

The 1st step

Open a new document

width=2in

height=2in

resolution=300px

Then...

SET YOUR BRUSH DETAILS

Size--300px

Angle--90

Roundness--12%

Hardness--100%

Spacing--140%

Photoshop Brush Tutorial

The 2nd Step

Place a dot near the left edge of the document .

Holding the shift key draw a line to touch the right edge of the document.

(Tip:When you hold down the shift key you can draw a straight line easily.)

Photoshop Flower Brush

The 3rd step

Next lets apply the magic filter :) to convert the straight line to flower petals.

Click on Filter >>> Distort >>> Polar cordinates >>> rectangle to polar

Photoshop Brush Tutorial

The 4th step

Now to convert our flower to a brush.

Hide the background layer to have a transparent background.

Select the flower.

Then click Edit >>> Define presets and save your flower brush.

Photoshop Flower Brush

The 5th step

For another variation of the flower add a dot in the center with a hard round brush of 90px size.

Select the flower.

Then click Edit >>> Define presets and save your new flower brush.

Your comments on the Photoshop Brush Tutorial to create a Photoshop Flower Brush are welcome.

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    • oddobjective profile image

      oddobjective 4 years ago

      Very nice!! Will try it out later.

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      RocklawnArts 5 years ago

      Cool!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      You make this look so easy, I'm tempted to start using Photoshop! (I'm an old PSP fan myself)

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      Gift-Guide 6 years ago

      Is is so simple I will try it. Thanks for the Tutorial

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      WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      Thanks for your step-by-step instructions! Looking forward to trying Photoshop!

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      Indigo Janson 7 years ago from UK

      Lovely clear tutorial -- thanks!