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How do I make a folder of my favourite brushes?

Community Beginner ,
Mar 14, 2018 Mar 14, 2018

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Hello all,

I've been searching the web for how to make a folder with my favourite/most used Photoshop brushes in it, since I'm starting to accumulate a lot of them now and it's getting hard to find the ones I like. But I can't seem to find a simple explanation. How would I do this? Thanks!

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Community Expert , Mar 14, 2018 Mar 14, 2018

Click at the top right of the brushes panel and choose New Brush Group

Give it a name in the dialogue that opens

Then click and drag the brushes you want into it

Dave

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Click at the top right of the brushes panel and choose New Brush Group

Give it a name in the dialogue that opens

Then click and drag the brushes you want into it

Dave

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Thanks for your help! Also is there a way to move the brush into your own folder and keep it in its original folder at the same time? Like copy it so it's in both folders? When I moved a brush into my new folder it took it away from its previous folder.

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It would be nice if we could do this by dragging with an option key pressed - but at present we can't. You can however highlight the brush - go to the panel menu and choose New Brush Preset. This allows you to create a new brush based on the one you clicked. Then just drag the copy to your new folder.

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Ah okay! Thanks for your help, I'll mark it as correct.

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