Natively, you cannot view your brushes from Paintshop Pro when you look in Windows Explorer, so if you want to see what you have on hand, you have to go through PSP itself, and pull down the list of brushes from the Brush tool settings.
Now, with this script, you can get a visual representation that you can keep in jpg format, or print out to keep in a binder.
This script will include the name of the folder, and all the brushes inside that one folder where resides the active bruh, and will also add the name of the brushes underneath. If you need more than one page to display all the brushes, it will add as many as needed to show them all. And for the fun of it, you can choose a different color for the brushes in different folders!
Get it in the store: Brushes Library
In order to win this script, add a comment on this Facebook post telling us what is your favorite brushes to use (remember, add a comment, not just a Like!) The winner will be announced in the newsletter, next week. In addition, the color choices from the winner will be turned into a free picture tube that will be given to all the posters. Not a subscriber yet? Not a problem. You can register here and it is free (and you only get one email per week).
As a free sample, this week, I made a fun frame using star confetti made with basic colors. The whole frame is 3600x3600 pixels so you can use a single photo on your project. If you want to use it smaller, you can add a solid color border on the edges so you would not see the cut off confetti.
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