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Photoshop Define Brush Preset

Updated on November 27, 2015

Photoshop Define Brush Preset

Custom brushes can be very useful. Use them to paint texture onto an object, create seamless tiles, and much more. Any time you find yourself using a symbol repeatedly, you can define it as a brush and you'll always have it handy. Follow these steps to define a custom brush in Photoshop.

1. Make a selection around the area you want to use as a brush.

In Photoshop 6 or later, go to Edit > Define Brush Preset. You're done!

2. If you have an older version of Photoshop, continue with the steps below...

3. Go to the brushes palette (Window > Show Brushes).

4. Click the menu button. This is the small arrow in the top right corner of the brush palette.

5. Choose Define Brush from the pop-up menu.

6. The new brush will appear at the bottom of the brushes palette and will be saved with the active

Define Custom Brush Video Tutorial

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      FlashManElk 6 years ago

      i'm going to have a lot of fun with this!