Watch this video to learn how to add brushes (.abr files) to Photoshop.
Learn how to make your own brush sets here.
Thanks! I needed that! I thought I could do it through Photoshop and it took me a long time to look through it but never found how. Great tip!
Thanks so much!!
Thank you for the tutorial!! It really helped me understand it better .. I was all confused and now that confusion is lifting LOL
Thanks so much!! I was wondering how to get the brushes into pse to stay
thanks so much. i didn't i had to close photoshop then reopen to see it there.
thanks! gonna give it a try!
es muy interesante , la imagen es un poco borrosa , pero tendré que verla varias veces , gracias por compartirlo .
Thanks for the tutorial! I kept wondering why my newly acquired brushes always disappeared after I shut down the program...I wasn't saving them properly!
Thank you for your great tutorials!
Hi, thank you for your tutorial.
I load my brushes by using the "load brush" function. Like your tutorial, I have to copy the brush file and paste into the "brush" folder. However, when I went back to the photoshop folder, it wasn't there. I wonder where exactly was the brush folder I loaded the brushes to... ;X However, I closed my CS6 and reloaded it and the brushes were still there. As long as it works!!
As I am very new to photoshop, can I ask, what will happen if I click "yes" to Replace Current Brushes with "name of new brush loaded"?
@Fiona: If you replace the brushes, they won't disappear from your computer, they just won't be loaded in the active brush palette in Photoshop anymore.
Brushes will stay loaded in Photoshop until you replace them.
oo.. Thank you!
Great tutorial! You do a good tut, lady! LOL
Did you know you can drag a brush file onto your workspace and it will load? It will still be there next time you open PS, too. This works for all of the presets, even actions. Crazy simple, eh?