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June 11th, 2007, 09:49 AM
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First find something you want to make into a brush...I used the flower from this pic....


now you need to crop the flower out...


now you need to create a 'New' page that is transparent and has the resolution set at 300... move the flower to the new page(you might need to resize you pic so you can see it better) Use your magic wand on the background of your pic and hit delete to erase them


its going to look like this after all the background is deleted



use your square/round marquee tool to select the area just around your pic...



now go to>edit>define brush... and name your brush...and there you are...im not sure how to save the brushes... so if you do please fell free to tell us
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