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May 13, 2010

Customizing Brushes in Photobie

This tutorial was made for the older version. This may or may not be applicable to newer ones!

Making brushes on Photobie is so easy. All you need to do is draw your image, save it as JPG and save it on your photobie brushes folder. This tutorial is based on the Photobie 3.1.1 version updated on February 14, 2007. Older versions apply too.

  1. Click on File=>New. A window similar to the one below will appear. Set your canvas size with the brush size you want to make. I'm going to make a small brush so I set mine to 80 x 80.

  2. Click on your pen tool, choose any pen type you want depending on what brush you want to make. But for this tutorial, I will make use of the "solid pen without dot" option.

  3. Now, draw your brush. I drew a star. This image has been zoomed!

  4. Save your image as JPG. Save it to your Photobie brushes folder!
  5. To use your brush, click on the shape brush tool highlighted in red.

  6. Click on your refresh brushes option as shown below. Now, your customized brush should be shown at the bottom of the list. Click on it and start painting!

Here's how my painting session turned out! :)

TIP: If downloading brushes for your photobie choose image packs and save them to your brushes folder!

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