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May 13, 2010

Brush Shaped Images on Photoshop

1. First, make two layers, one with your image on it and the other with the shape of the brushes you want (as you can see, your brush layer can be any color or many colors).

2. Hide your brush layer (click on the eye) and make the image into a pattern by going to Edit and then to Define Pattern.

3. Go back to your brush layer and unhide it. Go to Layer, then to Layer Styles, and then Pattern Overlay. (Or click on the style button and then Pattern Overlay).

4. Put the image that you just put in the patterns as the pattern over the brush layer.

5. Delete the image layer and make a new layer (hit Ctrl+Shift+N, use the button nect to the trash icon in the "Layers" window, or go to Layer, New, then to Layer.) And merge the brush layer on to the new layer. And you're done!
By the by, you can skip everything after "delete the image layer" if you want to.

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At July 13, 2010 at 10:16 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dont get it, I'm lost at the last step, could you update this tutorial and provide an image preview for every step?


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