I did it again, and again nothing. So they are free, you don't have to purchase them, they're included with Creative Cloud, but they're not just here, already. I recommend requesting him to make some Adobe Illustrator brushes though, as he's a super nice guy and the if enough people suggest it he may consider it. Some features and the user interface may vary between iPad, iPad Pro, iPhone, and Android devices. The first set, General Brushes, is where you'll find Photoshop's standard round brushes. This one we have a brush called bubbles and burst. Pretty cool, repeat that process.
So I click once up here, I let go, I move my cursor where I wanna end and I shift click. Okay so these are like brushes that you did not even realize you had so I'm going to open a bunch of fun files here. So I don't have that option on. A tool preset is infinitely more powerful than just a straight up Photoshop brush. And I look up here and I see my brush is 986 pixels big, that's huge.
Other times it comes out of me playing around. Lesson Info Exploring Brush Presets: Kyle T. Let's make a layer now below this. And these brushes are just like, far out. It's gonna follow us everywhere now. A really big long list of amazing brushes.
And I'll just kind of walk you through them because oh my gosh, it's so many and it's a little overwhelming. And it does have a crumpled look, so you can see why he gave it a fun name like crumplestilskin. As part of the Adobe Design team, anyone can present an idea, and you have people who help make it happen. Deselect, let's move down here to the next one. And you can tell which one might be the case by looking up in your control panel. So this is the driftwood brush. Thankfully that too is alleviated.
It used to say load brushes, but I think get more brushes sounds a lot more fun. To install the brush set, first make sure that Photoshop is running. That's a great name, so it's right over here. Command or control click over here. So to select a brush and then also close this box, you just double click, and I'm going to select some fun colors from my swatches panel. As a designer, you depend on good drawing skills to communicate your creative vision, and more often than not these days, you are working on a digital platform. So you can change all these things but I actually like it being sideways like this, so I'll go back to our shape dynamics and we'll leave that set how he had it to pen tilt.
But it just takes a minute because there are so many. Which is not as helpful as seeing the stroke. So you have to go out and get them. I want some variety here. And then I'm just gonna come with this brush, and just paint like this.
But I also work with our product teams to help prototype and test new software. I'm gonna close this, his I mean you can spend forever just exploring the concept brushes are amazing. Do you also want to see the tip of the brush? That's because Photoshop ships with only a sample of these new brushes. And the way you do that is by opening the brush panel, you have my huge bat. Photoshop's Default Brushes By default, the Brushes panel includes four folders, each representing one of four brush sets included with Photoshop. Look how many options there are, messy B. At first with a few of them I would ask myself why did it do that? Here's how to get more brushes! And then look what happens when I drag through here.
This one has kind of a fun inkier look. We only see the name of the brush. And I'll select a fun just sort of happy blue color. Learn about and how to. Maybe we will just put a selection around this so we can minimize all of the layers that we have in our layers panel.