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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to make a custom Photoshop brush.
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Hey YouTube, it’s Tech Support Gone Bad and today I’m going to be teaching you guys how to make your own custom for shop rushes. Now, I’m sure you’ve seen my previous video on how to make or how to download and use Photoshop rushes, well, today I said, what the heck, won’t I show you guys how to make them on your own. Okay so the first thing you want to do is open up Adobe Photoshop, obviously, next you want to do is go to File, New and make a new Photoshop document and I’m just going to make it 1000 by a thousand, and by the way if you’re using Adobe Photoshop’s CS2 or higher, for brush slices you’re limited to 2500 width and 2500 height and I’m talking pixels and also, but if you’re using CS2 or lower, you’re limited to 999 width and 999 height. So after, yeah just press OK, and you should come up with something like this. And by the way, I already have made my own Brush, so I’m just going to show you guys what that looks like, it’s fairly simple, says Tech Support Gone Bad with some lines going in the back, but it looks pretty nice. So, so I’m going to be teaching you guys how to make this brush. Okay so first thing you want to do is obviously make the brush, so let’s see, I’m just going to type in TSGB and center it. Okay, after that I’m just going to click on the Custom Shape tool and I’m going to choose the shape of the diagonal lines going, or yeah, just the diagonal lines, and I’m going to click on the background so it goes behind the Tech Support Gone Bad thing. And I’m just going to make the lines and erase a little bit of it, and also by the way, while I’m doing this I just want to let you guys know that if you make your brushes and color, Photoshop is going to automatically make them in black and white, either way when you’re actually converting your tool brush, so just make it black and white and also if, although white is going to be transparent, so everything’s basically going to be black and all the whites can be transparent. Okay so once you’re done with the brush, it’s really, really simple to make it into an actual brush, go to Edit, Define, Brush, Preset, and all you have to do from here is name your brush and you’re done, it’s as simple as that, so I’m just going to name it Tech Support Gone Bad and press OK. And now all we have to do is click on the Brush tool and click on this little arrow right here and scroll down and choose the brush and there you have it, I can make like a million of these now if I wanted to, it’s really simple, really awesome and you can make them available for download and well, that’s it, so you tell you make your own brush, hope you guys learned something today, be creative with it