Time Saving Workflow Tip — Brush Tool

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If you find yourself often switching back and forth between brushes in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, here is a time saving workflow tip.

  • Open a document.
  • Get the Brush tool or any other tool that uses brushes.
  • On the document, Right click (Mac: Ctrl click) to change brushes.

This tip is perfect for

  • creating a complex layer mask
  • adding grungy frames to a photo (as above)
  • or making brush previews.

Try this tip today with the brush set I used above. Download DS Grungy Frames.

Need help installing brushes? Read How To Install Brushes.

Give it a try when working with your next scrapbook page or digital project.



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8 Responses

  1. AnnB
    | Reply

    Great tip!

  2. Retiredlady
    | Reply

    Thanks Jen. Great tip and thanks for the brushes!

  3. Jenifer Juris
    | Reply

    Thanks for the brushes!! Love this tip! 🙂

  4. Barbara
    | Reply

    So wonderful to know thanks so much.

  5. Chantal
    | Reply

    Is there a way I can print this so that I remember it ?

  6. Joan Robillard
    | Reply

    Can you ever have too many brushes? Another good tip I liked that I learned from Anna Aspnes is the row across the top of you brush list with the brushes you have been using lately.

  7. ldngirl
    | Reply

    Many thanks for this useful tip and the brush set

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