How To Organize Brushes In Photoshop | How To Organize Your Brushes In Adobe Photoshop Cc

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[MUSIC] Hello, guys. My name is Victoria Powell of I’m the Photoshop artist, and today we will talk about brush organization in a double wrap system today. I will record another tutorial about watercolour painting in the double Photoshop CC, But before that, I would like you to understand. Brush organization a method in the double Photoshop system. Why you need to organize your brushes just because if you will organize your brushes, you will be able to access to any of your brushes in no time. So, guys, let’s start first of all. I downloaded all my brushes from Adobe website. If you are a Creative Cloud subscriber, all those brushes are free for you. Simply open your brush. A panel go to menu, expand it and click on get more brushes. You will be redirected to the website where you can download absolutely free, All amazing, A brushes, all those brushes created by Kyle of Webster. I love those brushes. I’m using those brushes in all my pain. Think workflow here as you can see. I have my main folder of other color folder where I have all watercolor brushes. I downloaded from Adobe website. I have my favorite brushes. I have brushes. I use sometimes, and I have some brushes. I never use so guys. Let’s start organizing our brushes first of all. I would like to create my main folder. I will click on add a new group new folder and I will rename this folder to mine of water color, a brushes and I will click OK so as you can see. I have created my new folder now. I would like to create few subfolders. I will click on add in new group and I will name. This group like my background brushes so here. I will have all my brushes. I use in my background workflow, just like that. I would like to make my background brushes as a sub folder to my watercolor brushes folder, so I will click on my background brushes folder and I will drag this folder on top of my watercolor brushes and voila. Now I have one main folder. My watercolor brushes folder and one sub folder. My background brushes sub folder now. I will add another sub folder. I will click on add a new group, and I will name this to my know. My second brushes, so Y my second brushes. Just because here I will store our old brushes. I use in my an accent in my detail. Our workflow, So my second brushes. I need to correct my spelling. My second brushes just like that and I will click OK so now I have my one main folder, my vote, watercolor brushes and two subfolders, my background brushes and my second brushes and here let me expand it, just like that and here. I have all my watercolor brushes. So how do I know what brush I will use in my background work for what my brush what brush I will use in my example, Floral workflow in my detail details workflow. So if you just downloaded those brushes differently, don’t know what brush you will used in some specific workflow. I will recommend you just select your brush tool. I will change color to a okay. It will be yellow and I will click on each brush. First of all I will create in you layer just like that and I will click on my first brush. I will make my brush size bigger and I will paint just like that. This is eraser. This is brush tool just like that, maybe oh. I will use this brush in my detail workflow, so I will click on this brush and I will drag this brush into my subfolder in my second brushes. Subfolder here. I have another brush. I know I will use. Probably I will use this brush in my background workflow. Yeah, differently, yes. I will click and drag this brush in my background. A brush a subfolder just like that. Same with this brush. Let’s see same. I will use this brush in my background, workflow and guys just go and click on each brush and you will see both brush you will use in your background or main workflow. This brush. I will use in my example, Flower painting. I will click and drag this brush into my watercolor brushes folder, just like that, just like that and let’s see. What else, maybe this one exactly this brush in my flower workflow and guys, so just go Click on each brush this brush for my background workflow and click and drag this brush to your specific folder right now. I have two brushes in my watercolor. Abra, so I will use those brushes in my main work, For example, in my flower painting workflow. I have three brushes in my background. Brushes, sub-folder. I can click on any of those brushes, and I will use this brush in my background work phone and I have one brush in my second brushes a subfolder. I will use this brush for my detail of work example. If I would like to apply, create some details over my flower, I will use this brush, guys. Just look, we have many many wonderful brushes, and I’m talking on about one folder, Only watercolor brushes. We have all amazing brushes, so guys just simply go through all your brushes play with them clear. I don’t know, start working. On example, watercolor painting or any other are painting. And you will discover your favorite brushes, lets. See, what about this brush this brush? I will use in my detail workflow. I will click and drag this brush into my second brushes a subfolder. So as you can see, guys, you don’t need to use all brushes, so just use your brushes. You’re more comfortable with all brushes. You like the most this brush? I will use in my background workflow, Just like that in my flower workflow. So, guys, this is what I wanted to show, and now we have one a main folder. My watercolor brushes folder and we have two subfolders. We have one my background brush a folder and one my second brush a subfolder. Let me delete my a layer. I will add new. I will use this layer as my background layer. I will click on my a background brushes. I will make my brush bigger. I will change color for my brush. Just let’s see and I will apply my first brushstroke. Just like that as you can see. I use this brush for my a background painting. I have three more brushes. I will click on any of those and I will continue working on my background, Just like that perfect, right if I will change color colors. If you blend perfectly fine, just like that. How amazing is it now? I will create a new empty layer and I will restock this a layer on top of my own other layers, and I will click on my watercolor brush any brush in my watercolor brushes folder and just like that. I will change color for my brush to the red, just like that and I will paint over my rose. Just like that, just like that if I would like to. I change my brush. I have two more brushes in my watercolor brushes folder. I will click on my another favorite brush, and I will continue working on my flower on my Rose. Just like that guys. So now you can organize your brushes. I will recommend I insist you. Organize your brushes because it will make your workflow much much easier. So, guys, thank you very much. I hope you all liked my tutorial. If so, please subscribe to my channel, share my tutorial, and if you will create something if you are create any image using a Kyle Webster brushes, just share on Twitter and tag me in your post, I would love to see your creations. Thank you guys, and I see you later. Bye, guys!