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How to export Photoshop brushes for PSP, Painter etc tutorial

How to export brushes from PhotoshopCC 2017 2015 CS6 CS5 CS4 etc for use in other applications tutorial such as Photo-Paint, Painter, PSP etc.

Export Photoshop brushes

how to export brushes from Photoshop to psp, gimp etc
  1. Open a new document (set the size as required) for the export of the Photoshop brush

  2. Go to the brush tool in Photoshop toolbar

  3. Set color to black

  4. Select a brush from the brush picker along top bar

  5. Apply brush stroke

  6. Apply effects such as oil paint (if required)

  7. File menu

  8. Export

  9. Export as

You can simply open a document and apply a brush dab (set to black) and then export that via the file menu and export commands to other applications such as PSP or CorelDRAW etc. You can also create brushes using the brush once or multiple times and then export that as a new brush stroke. You can add Photoshop effects to brushes and then export the brush stroke as a new tool for another application. You can also use layers as a great way to manipulate the brushes and position them in many different ways and export the brush stroke from Photoshop via the save for web or export command.

Brushes

1. Photoshop / Corel PaintShop Pro / Affinity Photo brushes

Tutorials

1. how to use brushes to make new Photoshop custom shapes tutorial

Free brushes

A selection of free brushes for Photoshop and export etc

 

 

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