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Can't save Brush the way I want!

Community Beginner ,
Jun 13, 2024 Jun 13, 2024

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I can't save brush the way I want to save. Basically I want it as a general brush, which I could use for everything (not just for normal brush) like was every other brush that I downloaded. When I change the settings of the brush I created, it doesn't last forever, I always need to click on ''+'' to save, but when I do this Brush symbol pops in the diagonal, which seems to mean that I can use this form just as a regular brush, not as an eraser or a stamp tool for example, and I want to usse it for every tool that is possible. How can I save this with the desired settings for an universal use? - Like any other brush I have... 

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I want to save with this settings for example>>>

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But if I don't click on ''+'', it always resets... And when I do so, it saves, but just to use as regular brush... 

 

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Jun 13, 2024 Jun 13, 2024

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when you are using the eraser, can you change the shape to another brush shape?

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Jun 13, 2024 Jun 13, 2024

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You can use any brush with any tool. To do this, activate the tool you wish to use, such as the Brush tool. Then, press Ctrl + Alt and click on the desired brush in the Brushes panel.

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Hi Marcelo.  Creating a brush preset with settings is a two stage process.  As you have found, Defining the preset and adjusting some settings, does not last.  

 

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 You need to use New Brush Preset from the Brush Settings panel fly-out menu, and check Include Tool Settings.

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Even then, the preset only exists in a Photoshop Settings file.  To keep it forever, and share it with others, you need to right click and Export the preset, or presets in a group.

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The preset(s) will now be saved to the Brush Presets folder as an .abr file

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This is mainly 100% Angle and Hue Jitter, and size jitter set to pen pressure, and a tiny bit of scatter.

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So it's quite a palaver. As Jack Reacher would say 'That's for damn sure!'

 

 

 

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