Name: [121] Glen Moyes
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Saving with the Preset Manager [ID:174] (5/5)

in series: Creating Your Own Photoshop Brushes

video tutorial by Glen Moyes, added 04/07

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The Preset Manager allows you to save sets for just about everything in Photoshop so you can keep an archive of your favorite brushes, patterns, color swatches, and so on.

Uploaded on 2nd April 2007, running time 4 minutes.

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8. ★all matte mac lipsticks Street Price O5EyYnyVo5â˜?Eastlocal Marketing Group on Shanghai of China Mon, 27 Sep 2010 05:49

Very fine tutorial. I learnt a lot. Your delivery needs a little polishing (indicating clearly that you are going to do something before you do it) but overall excellent tutorial. You have the gift of teaching!

7. anonymous Tue, 05 May 2009 09:43

This tutoral set was very informative and a pleasure to watch, Definitely I will be watching more. Thank You for sharing these

6. anonymous Sat, 21 Mar 2009 04:50

Very clear and helpfull, thanks

5. anonymous Fri, 27 Feb 2009 20:41

your tutorials are great. thnks.

4. anonymous Wed, 17 Sep 2008 05:21

THANKS!!! Really Helpful, Useful.

i Appreciate your effort.

3. anonymous Sat, 06 Sep 2008 21:12

I use PS a lot, but never got half the settings for the brushes. Now I've got a whole new set of tools to work with. Thanks!

2. anonymous Fri, 29 Aug 2008 07:44

I have greatly enjoyed these videos ...I have had a wacom intuos tablet for a few years and never realised just what it can do regards pen tilt, and now you have demonstrated all the options I can see myself being able to create the watercolour art work I have been trying to do with "filters" as untill now I was unable to get any kind of flexability with brushes...Its almost like a new start for me, now that I have retired and have the time to persue my hobbie of photography, altering the image in photoshop and making it into a book that I bind myself by hand complete with my own artwork printed cover paper. Once again thank you


wicked thats all i can say. was tryin to make my own blood brushes and durt marks ect.. helped me out loads. was so easy to understand. thanks...

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