This tutorial is just a short and simple one explaining how to create your very own brush pack in Photoshop.
Shall we get started?
1. Open a new document (500 x 500)
2. Click the Circle Tool
3. Create a new layer.
4. While pressing ‘Shift’ make a circle and fill it with “ff0000”.
Your canvas should now look like this.
5. Now without de-selecting the circle, Go to Select > Modify > Contract
6. Contract the selection by 12 pixels and then press ‘Delete’.
7. Now press ‘Ctrl + J’ to duplicate the image.
8. Then after you have done that, make sure that you are on your duplicated layer and press ‘Ctrl + T’ on your keyboard to activate ‘Free Transform’.
9. Using Free Transform, resize the layer until it looks like this:
10. Now, grab your Text Tool, and using the font ‘Impact’ write
11. Using ‘Free Transform’ again resize the Text until it is the size of the larger circle and place it over the circles.
12. Create a rectangular marquee in a new layer and fill it with white.
13. Make sure the rectangle layer is under the text and then select both layers by clicking the two layers while pressing Ctrl.
14. Then Free Transform the layers so that they are titled on an angle.
15. Now delete the default ‘background’ layer so the image is transparent.
16. Finally, go to Edit > Define Brush Preset and name the brush anything
Now… we put together the brush pack.
1. Now, after you’ve made a number of brushes, open the ‘Preset Manager’ by clicking on the arrow in the Brush window. (This could include all the brushes you ever gotten like the Basic PS brushes; we will delete the unnecessary ones in the next step.)
2. Now select the brushes you made and click on ‘Save Set’.