I am thinking of a good way to organise my brushes. Now they are all in the settings window, in a row.
I would liket to oganise them in folders, like they where in different boxes.
so I could have different set ups for a specific project, or image or technique or whatever I want to h
Maybe that setting is right in front of my eyes but I cant find a good way to do this.ps would
Any tips would be great
I was more thinking of there was a good way to set upp different presets for different purpose but maybe it works this way that you save a setup and load them every time you need them.
And when you load the old ones are included or removed.
I was thinkign you could store your brushes in like a box and have many different boxes in photoshop and open them when you need them.
Yes, I was afraid that's what you wanted. When I started with Ps, I was shocked that you have to load a set of brushes into a monolithic currently-loaded-collection in order to see, and have access to, whatever is in a set. Other software allows the user to navigate through multiple, often nested, collections of presets.
Photoshop has a Spartan philosophy, it would seem, and lacks such comforts and conveniences. I guess Photoshop is stuck in the Bronze Age of graphics software in some respects. Or should I have used a Stone Age metaphor, considering the monolithic nature of the loaded brushes collection.
Sometimes there are plug in like the one I use for the palette, which is also not good in PS.
Have you used this plug in?
I have searched for at plug in for brushsettings but haven´t find one.